Google Pixel 6 Pro 5G Cloudy White 128GB

(15 customer reviews)

£299.00


The Google Pixel 6 Pro 5G in cloudy white color is a Dual SIM (nano SIM+eSIM) smartphone with 5G technology, 128GB of storage and 12GB of RAM, 6.71-inch LTPO AMOLED HDR10+ screen at 120Hz, 50+48+12MP rear cameras and 12MP front camera, Google Tensor processor and 5003mAh battery with 30W fast charge.

GTIN N/A SKU: google-pixel-6-pro-5g-cloudy-white-128gb Category:
NFC Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Dimensions 163,9 x 75,9 x 8,9 mm
Weight 210 g
Screen size 6,71″
Screen type LTPO AMOLED
Screen resolution 1440 x 3120 p
Screen protection Corning Gorilla Glass Victus
Refresh rate 120 Hz
HDR HDR10+
Camera resolution 50 megapixels
Camera 50 MP (f/1.9, 25mm, 1/1.31″, 1.2µm, Dual Pixel PDAF, Laser AF, OIS) + 48 MP (f/3.5, 104mm , 1/2″, 0.8µm, PDAF, OIS, 4x optical zoom) + 12 MP (f/2.2, 17mm, 114˚, 1.25µm Dual-LED flash, Pixel Shift, Auto-HDR, panorama)
Selfies camera resolution 12 MP
Selfies camera 11.1 MP (f/2.2, 20mm, 1.22µm Features Auto-HDR, panorama) ; Video 4K@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps
GSM 850/900/1800/1900
SIM 2 850/900/1800/1900
Network Connection 5G
WiFi 802.11 (a/b/g/n/ac/6e), Direct, Double band, Hotspot
Bluetooth 5.2, A2DP, aptX HD, LE
USB Type USB 3.1
Charger connector USB-C
GPS A-GPS with GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO, QZSS
Audio connector No
HDMI No
NFC Yes
ANT+ No
SIM Single SIM + eSIM
SIM 1 Type NanoSIM
SIM 2 Type e-SIM
RAM 12 GB
Storage 128 GB
Tipo de almacenamiento UFS 3.1
Expandable memory No
Processor Octa Core
Processor Google Tensor (5 nm)
Operating System Android
OS Version 12
Emergency button No
Keyboard no
Hands-free speaker Yes
Unlocking Fingerprint sensor, Facial unlocking
Accelerometer Yes
Gyroscope Yes
Proximity sensor Yes
Digital compass Yes
Barometer Yes
Battery capacity 5003 mAh
Removable battery No
Fast charge W 30 W
SAR Head 0,990 W/Kg
SAR Trunk 1,400 W/Kg
SAR Extremities 2,800 W/Kg
Indice Reparabilidad (sobre 10) 6,3
Torch Yes

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15 reviews for Google Pixel 6 Pro 5G Cloudy White 128GB

  1. Elektrokoy

    Im coming frim an Pixel 5 and Picel 6 Pro is just way too big and heavy for me. The body is very slippery and it is also very hard to find a case that is also not slippery too. Too bad this phone would have been great. They should stop making phones with glass back. It is pretty but not practical. The battery life of this phone is not good either. I am getting better battery life on Pixel 5.Dont upgrade to this phone if you have the Picel 5. I would wait for the Pixel 7.Update 8/10/2022:After trying the Samsung Galaxy S22+ I went back to this phone. This phone is not better hardware wide but the OS just makes a lot of sense. I am not going back to any other Android phone or else I will just get an iPhone.After using this for a while I learned to love it. Since the phone is very slippery I found the carbon fiber case is perfect for this.

  2. Deepak

    I’ve been using this for about a year now and am very happy with it.Note that the seal comes opened (makes sense as Google Pixel 6 was never listed in India, so the seller would have procured it via someone travelling to India from abroad). Although the pack was opened, the device was fresh and unused.I have not faced the slow fingerprint reader issues that people on the internet say about this phone. Photo quality is great, and more importantly, ‘natural’. Other phones apply so many filters by default and makes it digitally messy.PROS:- Great sleek-looking phone. Unique flagship design is a big plus- Stock Android! Naturally. Finally get out of the heavy, bulky layers (and the long list of preinstalled apps) other vendors use to customize the UI- Hardware specs are amazing (Tensor 8-core CPU, ARM GPU, 12GB DDR5 RAM, 6.7″ OLED)- Camera is amazing. Pixel’s photos have a ‘natural’ and unfiltered look. Personally found the camera quality wayy better than iPhone12/13’s photos, especially in low-light- Large screen, fast refresh rate (120Hz), scratch resistant- Pixel-specific features like unblur and especially Magic Eraser are very convenient. Haptic feature like double tap G logo for action also comes handy to assign a shortcut (like take screenshot) on double tap behind the screen.- Tensor chipset’s processing is fast and impressive. The phone never felt ‘slow’ in my one year of use.- Kind-of future proof, with Wi-Fi 6E, BT 5.2, 5G support (limited bands though) and NFCCONS:- Battery charging takes about ~3 hours (Google says slow charging extends battery life) so you need to plan things in advance- No charger, you need to get a new one, or share an existing phone’s- Non-expandable storage- About 10-12k more than the right price (got for ~INR 76k) – this comment is specific to this listing

  3. fedelish

    Overall a good mobile, i am loving it . but unfortunate no face reorganization, rest of the features looks great.

  4. Jason Henry Evans

    The phone is beautifully designed and pretty to use. However the in screen fingerprint reader does not work consistently. While it’s OK, for the price it should work flawlessly and doesn’t. Otherwise, its a great phone.

  5. Michelle M

    I purchased this product wanting a great experience. I didn’t get it. The Pixel is glitchy, takes forever to charge and has issues with the speaker. After having this phone for 1 month I gave up on it. It randomly disconnects from the car system whether using Bluetooth or USB. There are also issues with overheating. The phone would randomly turn off and restart. While it is a good looking phone there were too many bugs for me to stick with it. A disappointing experience all around.

  6. Sonia

    Was concerned that it would be a fake phone. Turns out I was wrong. Phone works perfectly.

  7. Bambino

    If possible please don’t buy this phone, beware stay away,Cons:1. Heats up just like the early Exynos chips. It heats up while charging, heats up within 10mins even in light games, and as soon as it heats up you can say goodbye to your charge.2. Has multiple bugs, for eg if you try to send any sms which has a email id in it will show and error message and the message will fail.3. If you use SBI YONO app, or the RBL bank credit card app they will not be able to setup on this phone and will show issues. Put your sim in any other phone and it will work. Half of the apps in the app market are not optimised for this phone i don’t understand why, as they work with samsung, one plus, oppo phones i have tried on these phones.4. The finger print scanner doesn’t work as soon as you put you finger on the screen when the screen is off like in other phone, you need to turn the screen on from sleep and then put your finger on it, however the finger print scanner is quite fast.5. It has a very weak wifi. My wifi is in the next room but my old Motorola and also samsung phone areshowing full tower everywhere in the house, but with this one i have to takecare to stay near the router. I got feedup and now just using phone data.6. It has 120fps refresh rate but most of the apps are not optimised for 120fps, and slows down when you open them. This phone would work better in about 1 to 2 years when 120 fps will be normal and the apps will get optamized for it.7. It doesn’t have macro lens camera so can’t take DSL like closeup images.8. New edit – if you watch youtube a lot then this phone is not for you as even after updating to Android 13. If you play any YouTube shorts it starts heatinh up immediately and in 5 mins you will have difficulty holding it.9. Never ever use hotspot on this phone, as if by change you end up using the phone while some other device is connected it will heat up and burn your finger and you will end up dropping the phone, sadly happened to me. So those who want to use hotspot go for a different phone as this happens even in Android 13.Update: a new bug has appeared after the latest patch, if you are using Airtel sim then your phone heats up suddenly and your calls don’t work, if you take out the sim keep it out for sometime and put it back in it again works normally. This happens once every week. I have used this sim in other phones but i works fine with them. I have checked online that this phone has issues with 4G sims , so my advice use this phone only when 5G launches. The heating however worries me it’s a lot and i am afraid it might cause an accident. I don’t know how google approved this phone for public use as the hard is not ready atall.Pros:1. It works like any other normal Android phone of the the range rs 20000 to rs 25000, if i am not installing most of the apps and just use it for calls.2. Camera is good .(but apple iphone 12 and 13 are both currently cheaper than this phone and have better camera and image processing.)3. In winter it will work well as a mini room heater, i have my AC on and my room was still not getting cool as long as that phone was on.In short i would have been happy if this phone was worth somewhere around rs 10000 to 15000 , but at this price this buggy phone which you can use as room warmer is not worth it as even iPhone 13 which was cheaper than this phone when I bought it work 100 times smoother than this phone, this phone just took me back to 2012 to 13 erra when Android used to be really buggy and we used to find work around for different things but we’re still happy with it ,full nostalgia and this phone brings memories of old days.

  8. Harshita

    If anything goes wrong with the phone, be ready for min 20K expense due to import and material availability. This is not launched in India, hence be careful.Rest device is top-notch for usage.

  9. Ajeet kumar

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     I think front camera is the only issue for me….other wise phn looks beautiful

  10. RAKESH ROSHAN RANA

    Before starting penning down my experience, I would like to mention that I am a heavy Android user (on avg I use 2 phones a year) with experience of devices of Nokia Symbian, Nokia Windows, Samsung Windows (AT&T), Lenevo, Pixel, Oneplus, Moto, Samsung etc. I just came from my Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra to Google Pixel 6 Pro. (Many would say it is a downgrade). After using for a good couple of weeks, here is a summary that might be helpful to others.1. I have a device made in Canada (GLUOG), this means the device has only sub6 5G bands (no MMWAVE 6G which is there with US and Japan made devices). However, in India, it does not matter.2. Pixel Stock experience is next to none. Awesome, in single word. I have now OneUI 4.1 in my S21 ultra (OneUI is the second best for me), but Pixel Stock OS is just awesome.3. Features like Live Transcribe, Translation, Conversation, Background Music, is unbelievably accurate.4. All issues like fingerprint, network are already sorted out through update. I had none from day-1. Since it is from Google, even smaller things are highlighted and attracts larger tech expert. My S21 ultra has also tonnes of issues. But like all brands, they are sorted out through update (mind that Tensor is a new chipset).5. Turn off all adaptive features (Adaptive Network, Adaptive Battery and Adaptive Display) if you feel phone’s battery, network is still an issue.6. If you believe in an Ecosystem, I think Google is the best (to some Samsung will be, and I am not an Apple boy for info).Things to improve in the device:Charge speed: Google has deliberately tweaked to prolong battery life. So unless you are a Chinese phone user those offer crazy 65-100 watt charge, this wont be an issue. But still improvement can be there in this dept.Battery life: I think with longer usage and updates, this category will improve from the current verdict of “Okayish” to “Excellent”.Bonus Info:I am currently on Beta program (12 L beta 4 with March Feature Drop). Trust me, it is smoother and more polishes than the Stable 12 (Feb update).Hope this helps you to some extent. Finally I would say, if you like Android, you would Love Pixel 6 Pro.

  11. Brett Forbes

    Great camera, screen and no unwanted software that I can’t uninstall. The fingerprint scanner is a little slower than some I’ve used but once used to that it’s not an issue. Call quality has been great, very clear and loud. I haven’t had any issues with reception like some have

  12. TheShinyEnd

    Screen micro scratches from literally being a screen; I’ve taken extremely cautious care about this phone. it has micro scratches on all the sides of the screen. no clue as to why? like it never even left my pocket and if it did it was charging.Adaptive battery isn’t function properly. no clue as to why… TBD to see what I’ve done wrong.. typical self.Battery overall on this phone doesn’t even last; e.g. Today!. today I had 2 hours and 15 minutes of screen time with 35~% battery left. I only checked Instagram as often as hours past and notifications by unlocking the device, if it was a Whatsapp I opened and replied. not at all heavy usage.I have almost no applications for those wondering.(nothing in the background chogging on the battery) phone is like brand new(have it 13 days~, from day of posting)I’ve check what takes so much battery and it’s the mobile data standby. tried fixing it, didn’t manage.(better optimization for this please. takes 40% battery on the casual.)Fingerprint reader : It’s fine for the most part; if you’re trying to unlock your phone with weird gesture angles it won’t really read rather it will think you’re holding and not momentarily. It’s decently fast, takes me to notice that I know I’m in the lock screen which isn’t really fun.(not instantaneous, 1 – 3 seconds)Screen : It’s awesome, the 120hz feels so smooth. not sure if the “adaptive” screen refresh rate(10 – 120 hz) actually does something but if it does you cannot notice it.(screen takes 1%-2% battery at most, so good work!)Processor : since it’s googles first try I won’t be cancelling them about this(they’ve done much better than Samsung and that’s a sure) ; It overloads easily, if you open the DIALR/phone app and just spam the numbers(in the numpad for calling) you can crash the application. while I typed on the Gboard(default keyboard for this phone) It froze the current app(even sometimes made the screen unresponsive(you’ll understand why it’s odd.), Google needs some serious updates which don’t happen as frequent as I’d like especially for a new phone(had 0 in these 13 days). Google’s handling for these app crashes and freezes mean you can’t really notice them since it’s not crashing all the time, it freezes for like 1~ – 4~ seconds(it comes back after. doesn’t reset the progress aswell) which is some great work on the development side of android handling application’s with their environment’s. overall Tensor needs better integration with android like iPhone’s IOS has with their bionic chipset, and some heavy optimization’s.by the way if you hadn’t notice I’m nitpicking on purpose since the phone just came to launch and is brand new and has all sorts of new idles(environments) that Google needs to handle/fix. ehm “TENSOR”excited to see what Google does with this Phone in the future. As for first try Google you absolutely nailed it.

  13. Jose Luis Perez Ponce

    Se calienta muy rápido y me es difícil en mi trabajo muy complicado el sitema de manipulacipn solo lo utilice dos hora y estaba caliente la parte posterior.paro regresaré con ustedes en una nueva adquisición . Del gal axy ., gracias y perdón

  14. kannan

    having used pixel xl,2xl and 3 xl and after 3 years using a pixel device pixel 6 pro…..changed to 6 pro from s21 ultra on android side and pixel is definitely an huge upgrade from s21 ultra on the following aspects:– battery life is much better–performance of Google Tensor(rumoured as an exynos chip) is good and UI is smooth–Camera on pixel with Samsung made GN1 sensor is definitely much better than HM1/3 sensors used in samsung ultra devices ,even telephoto on pixel with 20x zoom range is better—don’t know why samsung is still not using their GN series sensors in their premium devices rather than going with the megapixel counts– video recording is definitely improved over previous pixels but not at the level of iphone 13 pro max– portraits are better than any other device out there–LTPO oled display is good but not as bright as samsung ultraIMHO the best overall android device is definitely Pixel 6 pro and much better than S21 ultra,even doubt whether S22 ultra releasing in Feb 2022 with s pen can beat pixel on camera and performanceNote: The device sold here is imported from Japan and it supports my both airtel and BSNL networks

  15. Zaid

    It has an amazing processor…. Fabulous camera quality with telescopic option too. I’m glad that I bought this phone.

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