Google Pixel 6 could BEAT new iPhone 13 with these three features next month
GOOGLE is about to launch a brand new smartphone – but will it be better than the iPhone 13?
The Google Pixel 6 is now just days away, and is already being heavily teased by the search engine giant.
Pixel phones are the flagship phones for Google's Android software.
They get the best features first, and run the pure unadulterated version of Android that Google has created.
For gadget geeks, Google Pixel phones are one of the biggest rivals to the iPhone – along with Samsung and Huawei.
We already know what the Google Pixel 6 will look like, and it's decent enough.
But here are some rumoured specs that could give it the edge over the iPhone 13.
Google Pixel phones have always had good cameras, and really pile the pressure on Apple to compete.
Apple has just shown off its best camera yet with the iPhone 13 Pro – boasting what is probably the world's best smartphone camera.
But Google could trump Apple with its new Pixel 6 Pro, which is expected to match the iPhone 13 with a triple camera setup.
Rumours suggest Google is using new larger photo sensors, which may help the Pixel phones keep up with the iPhone 13 when it comes to low-light photography.
Smartphone pricing has risen over the years, but it seems to have settled in recent times.
In fact, the iPhone 13 matched the iPhone 12 pricing in the US – and was actually £20 cheaper in the UK.
Currently, you'll pay $699/£679 for the iPhone 13 Mini and $799/£779 for the iPhone 13.
The Google Pixel 5 priced in at $699 in the US and £599 in the UK.
If Google can keep pricing for the same, then it's undercutting the iPhone 13 significantly.
That could be a big draw for smartphone fence-sitters, who don't have unbreakable loyalty to Apple.
Apple first introduced the "notch" – which juts out onto the screen – with the iPhone X.
It houses the Face ID camera, and has blighted the display for years.
Apple actually made it marginally smaller with the iPhone 13.
But gadgets fans are desperate for Apple to totally ditch the notch – which it may do in the next few years.
But Google has already scrapped the notch, instead opting for a tiny camera hole cutout at the very top.
It's not the perfect solution, but it's much cleaner than the notch – and proves that it can be done.
For design purists, the lack of notch may be a big deciding factor when it comes to upgrading.
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