Google Pixel 6 vs Apple iPhone 13: What to expect - Google Pixel 6 vs Apple iPhone 13: What to expect - The Google Pixel 6 and Apple iPhone 13 are shaping up as the two best compact phones for the second half of 2021, and while the two phones haven't been officially revealed yet, rumors and leaks have revealed most of the two phones.

The Pixel 6 brings a complete overhaul to the Pixel lineup with a Google-first processor that should deliver a welcome jump in performance, but also with an all-new camera system. The iPhone 13, on the other hand, will be all about incremental upgrades, retaining the look that Apple introduced with the iPhone 12, but with a faster processor and new rumored camera features like portrait video mode.

So… how do the Pixel 6 and iPhone 13 compare? We're here to collect leaks and rumors, and we'll continue to update this article as new information comes in, but let's start with what we already have!

Key differences between Pixel 6 and iPhone 13:

  • 6.4″ on the Pixel and 6.1″ on the iPhone, both sporting an OLED screen
  • Fast refresh rate on Pixel vs. traditional 60Hz refresh rate on iPhone 13
  • Vs Google Whitechapel Apple A15 Bionic
  • Similar dual rear cameras (wide and ultra wide) without telephoto lens
  • Bigger battery on Pixel

Price and release date

The Pixel 6 and iPhone 13 are gearing up to launch in fall 2021, with exact dates yet to be confirmed.

In previous years, Google released Pixel phones in late October, and we expect this to be true for the Pixel 6. On the other hand, Apple is running like clockwork in terms of the release cycle. If we were to pinpoint an iPhone 13 release date, that date suggests that Apple's event can be expected on Tuesday, September 14, with the phone releasing in stores next on Friday, September 24, a full month before today. 6 pixels.

For the price, Apple is expected to charge the same price as the previous model, which is $830 for the base iPhone 13, and we also expect an $800 price tag for the Pixel 6, which puts these two phones in the same category. .


No zoom camera here

One of the downsides of buying a more compact phone is that you get two main cameras, one main and a very wide one, but you don't get a zoom lens. Unfortunately this continues with the Pixel 6 and iPhone 13, neither of which have zoom cameras.

However, expect to see some improvements with the main camera and ultra wide camera. Apple plans to make minor improvements in 3 key areas:

  • More advanced 6 element ultra wide camera lens structure
  • Faster f/1.8 aperture for ultra-wide cameras, so you can take better photos in low light
  • Overall software improvement for image quality

Recent rumors also suggest that the sensor shift stabilization that we first saw in the iPhone 12 Pro Max will make its way to all iPhone 13 models, so this will be another feature of the iPhone 13 case.

Additionally, a new portrait video recording mode that is more like dynamic portrait backgrounds is expected to arrive on the iPhone 13.

On the other hand, the Google Pixel 6 will be the first Pixel phone in a while to have a new camera sensor, and this is expected to come with improved low-light performance. Pixel has always been a pro in low-light photography, so this might take it to the next level.

Performance: Google processor vs Apple processor

Apple has been making its own processors for iPhones for almost 8 years now, with the iPhone 5s from 2013 being the first phone with Apple's silicon. Hardware and software controls allow Apple to fine-tune performance and top the charts when it comes to phone performance.

It's 2021, and Google is also involved in this area. After years of relying on Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, the Pixel 6 is the first phone to break that tradition and embrace Google's first mobile chip, codenamed “Whitechapel”. We didn't expect it to beat the Snapdragon 888 just yet, but it's likely the performance power of the new Google chip will be at least as good as a mid-range phone and maybe as good as the flagship Snapdragon. Healer.

The Pixel 6 will also likely have 6GB of RAM, compared to the 4GB of RAM on the iPhone 13, so the Pixel could theoretically have more apps running in the background for smoother multitasking.


Pixel's fast refresh rate is a big advantage over iPhone

Apple has used older LCD technology in the past, but the iPhone 12 is the first “affordable” iPhone (really means it costs under $1,000) to come with an OLED display with deep blacks, vibrant colors, and great contrast. . However, the iPhone 13 doesn't get the fast refresh rate feature, or ProMotion in Apple's terms, so it's missing out on one new feature that the Pixel definitely has. So yes, scrolling will still be faster and smoother on the Pixel's rumored 120Hz display than the iPhone 13's 60Hz display.

For screen size, Pixel phones come with a 6.4-inch screen which is bigger than the 6.1-inch iPhone screen. Plus, you only get a cutout for the front camera on the Pixel and a much larger set of Face ID sensors on the iPhone, interrupting your viewing experience.

Battery and charging

iPhone 13 battery size may be a little bigger, but not Pixel battery size

After the ultra-thin iPhone 12, Apple is rumored to have given the iPhone 13 a bit more mass, not least because of the slightly larger battery size. There are no exact figures yet, but rumors are circulating around the iPhone 13's 3000mAh battery capacity, while the Google Pixel 6 is rumored to have a 4000mAh battery.

While that's a big difference, keep in mind that iOS on iPhone and Android on Pixel behave differently and are more energy efficient, especially when your phone isn't in use.

On the charger front, the iPhone 13 is expected to be able to charge without a charger in the box, just like the iPhone 12. That's weird and we feel like you should get a charger when you're paying that much for a phone, but Apple is Apple meaning you have to buy a brick. charger itself separately.

On the other hand, the Pixel 6 is expected to come with a USB-C Power Delivery (PD) cable in the box.

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