Many users are nicknamed Pixels “iPhone s Androidem” and just the sixth generation of these phones has more in common with apple cider than ever before. Google has had its own Tensor chipset, thanks to which it is interconnection between software and hardware much larger than when the American giant used chips from Qualcomm. So how did the direct confrontation with Apple’s phone turn out?
Google Pixel 6 Pro vs. iPhone 13 Pro Max in speed test
In the video we can see how the phones stand against each other Google Pixel 6 Pro a iPhone 13 Pro Max, while competing with each other in application loading speed. The pixel on the iPhone lost a bit all the time, but in the end the difference was not so abysmal and definitely deserves praise.
Google Pixel 6 Pro vs. iPhone 13 Pro Max Speed Test
One commenter correctly notes that it is very interesting what Google did with the Tensor chipset on the first try and that it can’t wait for what Google will show with the second generation and Android 13. One of the apple makers even wrote that he likes to see an Android phone that has well-tuned hardware and software. The new Pixel 6 should arrive sometime next week, so you can ask any questions. We will try to answer them in the review.
What do you say to the performance of the new Pixels?
Source: YouTube PhoneBuff
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