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The Google Pixel 6 & 6 Pro Have Been Announced And Here’s The Australian Prices And Release Date

Google has announced the long-awaited Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro overnight and whilst we were already familiar with a lot of these details, it’s still exciting to have them fully revealed.

Both the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are launching on October 28th. Google Pixel 6 comes in Stormy Black, Kinda Coral and Sorta Seafoam. It’ll be available for $999 for 128GB and $1,129 for 256GB and you’ll also get $100 of Google Store credit back. You can pre-order Pixel 6 HERE.

The Google Pixel 6 Pro is available in Stormy Black, Cloudy White and Sorta Sunny. It’ll be available $1,299 for 128GB, $1,449 for 256GB and $1,599 for 512GB. You’ll get $150 of Google Store credit back. You can pre-order 6 Pro HERE.

The Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro have Google’s first ever processor, Google Tensor which provides up to 80% faster performance than the Google Pixel 5. The Pixel 6 has a 6.4″ smooth display, whilst the Pixel 6 Pro has a 6.7″ smooth display for up to 120hz response times. Both devices are set to last 24 hours (48 hours on extreme battery saver).

One of the main improvements is that camera. On the Google Pixel 6, you’ve got a 50 MP wide lens and a 12 MP ultrawide lens as well as a 8 MP front camera. On the 6 Pro you’ve got a 50 MP wide lens, 12 MP ultrawide lens, a 48 MP telephoto lens and a 11.1 MP front camera.

The cameras have also been been improved with a number of A.I enhancements. Google showed off a magic eraser feature which will let you remove unwanted people or objects from your photos. Motion Mode will let you take long exposure shots, Real Tone ensures that people’s tones are being reflected properly and Face Unblur lets you remove that shaky blur from photos.

Google has said that the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are built with the toughest Gorilla Glass yet with up to 2x better scratch resistance. On the software side there’s also a new translation feature will translate images or podcasts in real time, even if you’re not connected to the internet