Google Pixel 6 – 5G Android Phone – Unlocked Smartphone with Wide and Ultrawide Lens – 256GB – Stormy Black

(10 customer reviews)

Original price was: $450.00.Current price is: $399.99.

Last updated on 01:53 Details
  • Unlocked Android 5G phone gives you the flexibility to change carriers and choose your own data plan[1]; Pixel 6 is fast, smart, and secure, and adapts to you .Form_factor : Smartphone.Display resolution maximum:1440 x 3120 pixels
  • The powerful Google Tensor processor is the first processor designed by Google and made for Pixel; it keeps your phone fast, your games rich, and your personal info safe
  • Pixel’s 50 megapixel rear camera captures 150% more light for photos with richer colors and more detail[2]
  • Professional tools like Magic Eraser[3], Motion Mode, and Portrait Mode keep your photos sharp, accurate, and focused
  • Pixel’s fast charging[4] all day battery adapts to you and saves power for apps you use most[5]
  • Privacy and protection are built into your Pixel smartphone; backed by the Titan M2 security chip, 5 years of updates, and the security core[6]
  • New Pixel experience is more modern and intuitive, with colors that reflect your personal style; the At a Glance feature shows you the apps and info you need when you need it, like a boarding pass before a flight[7]
  • Live Translate helps you translate live video captions, private chats and messages, and signs in up to 55 languages right on your cell phone[8]; no apps, internet, or language courses required[9]
  • New 6.4 inch Smooth Display[10] is made with the toughest Gorilla Glass yet[11] to keep your smartphone protected; the high refresh rate means more responsive gaming and scrolling
  • Please refer to the product description section below for all applicable legal disclaimers denoted by the bracketed numbers in the preceding bullet points (e.g., [1], [2], etc.)
Product Dimensions

6.24 x 2.94 x 0.35 inches

Item Weight

7.3 ounces

Item model number

GA03900-US

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

October 19, 2021

Manufacturer

Google

10 reviews for Google Pixel 6 – 5G Android Phone – Unlocked Smartphone with Wide and Ultrawide Lens – 256GB – Stormy Black

  1. Bill Cody

    This Pixel 6 replaced an old Samsung Tracfone. I’m not a heavy user of a cell phones so this Pixel is more than I’ll ever need. Great battery life, flawless fingerprint reader. Phone came with Android 12 but updated to Android 13 as the first update. Great synchronizing access to all my Goggle apps and functions.

    I’m not a snob so I don’t want an iPhone, this Pixel is all and more than an iPhone.

    Great screen with beautiful camera. The phone will default to wifi cell connection if cell signal not available, but my reception using Tracfone has always been available.

    I miss being able to install extra memory for my music library but this seems to be the cell phone trend. So far lots of memory.

    Get a screen saver and phone protector as the case is very slippery.

  2. Alicia Maldonado

    So far I have enjoy the Google pixel. Easy to catch on the power button is confusing. The only thing I don’t like is occasionally my phone will get really hot and I don’t use it very often.

  3. MoGo480

    I bought this phone so that I could sign up using the built in eSim for an Orange phone plan when I travel to Europe. However, the Google Fi unlimited plan gives me all the data I need for $65/mo and the international calling rate is cheap. Plus I get free text while outside of the US. Best part is, there is no commitment with Google Fi. I only need the plan for a month while I travel but Google Fi is amazing for travelers.

    When I signed up w Google Fi, I requested that they mail me a physical “data only” sim card, which I inserted into my Samsung phone. Now, I can also use my Samsung to view online maps while in Europe…and the sim shares the same plan data usage so there is no additional cost!

    If you have a phone with an eSim already built in your phone, you can sign up for Google Fi without a physical sim card. You just download the app and follow the steps. Then, after you’re set up with a plan, you can use the Google Fi sim card that they mailed you and insert it into any other phone or tablet, and have free shared data on that device.

    The phone itself is super easy to navigate. Everything is linked to my Google acct so set up was super easy. I still use my Samsung phone thru T-Mobile but Google Fi offers a better plan for international travelers.

    Only one CON: No headphone jack. You have to buy an external adapter that plugs into the charging port of the phone or get wireless headphones.

  4. Big Bean

    For the price, this phone is amazing. In terms of performance, (truthfully the only reason I got this) it’s great. Bought it to specifically be able to play Genshin Impact and it plays really well when I manage the graphics a bit. If you’re not gaming though, the screen if also AMAZING. I had absolutely zero issues with using this sunlight to my back. Resolution is super high and the refresh rate makes scrolling a smooth experience.

    For my issues though… I’m very annoyed that the Android OS was modified the way Google has done it. Maybe I’m just used to Samsung’s more refined UI, but that doesn’t excuse Google from making things that should be easy to access take an extra step or two. Also, I REALLY hated the gesture system that’s meant to replace the traditional Back/Home/Apps buttons. Thankfully, you can disable it and use the traditional 3 buttons. Please don’t copy that. It just makes simple actions so much more complicated and one of the main things I hate most about iphones.

    And a bigger issue. I have YouTube Premium and there’s a bug that won’t let me play my videos in the background unless I do something that adds an extra few seconds to what should take 2 taps to do.

    Other than that though, I really just need to get used to the unfamiliar UI. Regardless of these issues, I still really like this phone and I’m sure the bugs will be buffed out down the road. Google, just fix them and keep these prices great and you’ve got a new loyal customer.

  5. Sally A.

    We purchased this phone a few months ago from an Amazon supplier. The phone was advertised as unlocked for all carriers. Nowhere in the product description did it say the phone was refurbished and we thought we were purchasing a new phone. After six months, the phone stopped working. When we took it in to our cellular provider to look at it, we were informed it was missing several critical settings and was obviously a refurbished phone – and not refurbished very well. So after only six months, we were forced to replace it. So buyer beware. I won’t purchase a phone from Amazon again.

  6. Sanjeev

    Mind these points before buying the phone

    It doesn’t have issues mentioned in internet like bugs and finger print sensor issues but it does have issue with phone chargers.

    You have to buy a pixel 6 compatible charger like 30w spigen which costs additional 1700 rupees.

    Phone won’t charge on one plus dash charger. It was charging on some random charger but it would take 3-4 hrs to reach 90s and fully heat up.

    Since pixel 6 hasn’t launched in India it’s a risk with these issues and there will be no warranty given (try to contact Google support you might have luck) unless you are leaving India in a while there’s no point.

    It’s Japense piece so better than US one I feel. Everything else is smooth as butter

  7. Sameer H

    Using this phone for a week now and till now satisfied with the overall experience.

    Pros:
    1. Camera is awesome. The portrait mode renders good output with clear object identification. Magic eraser is an interesting feature
    2. 5 years of guaranteed OS upgrade
    3. Feature rich phone

    Cons:
    1. Phone is heavier than expected
    2. Phone might heat up if you have copies data from your old phone to this one. Solution is to backup data o drive from pixel & factory reset and again restore data from drive.
    3. No warranty as this product is not released in India officially.

  8. Ashutosh Singh

    I am writing this review after 1 week of usage and I hope I don’t have to change it in the future.

    The phone is just great, for the ones who are thinking of buying Pixel 6 or even Pixel 6 Pro, they know what they are looking at, even though it is expensive here in India due to all import charges.

    As for the phone, I haven’t faced any issue regarding the software or hardware side as I heard that the December software update was not good so after 1st boot, I updated the software to the latest one so till now, I haven’t encountered any issues. I will suggest that before doing a software update in future first read the reviews of that update and than update.

    I am not writing about camera or software stuff as you all know what Pixel 6 is famous for. As for the battery life, I was getting almost 1.5 days (take it as 30 – 33 hrs) easily as I am not a power user. For the power user, I think the battery will last for 1 day (not sure though). The speakers are really great and loud, I haven’t heard any other phone speakers around this price range so I can’t tell you guys how they sound compared to other phones, but for me personally, it is great.

    The buttons are very clicky and will not get pressed easily. The placement of the power button and volume buttons are odd, normally the power button is below the volume buttons but in this case, it’s reverse, it is not a deal-breaker and I got used to it in 3 to 4 days.

    As for the camera bump, I don’t mind it personally. Even though many are talking about it – it’s not great, the phone is unbalanced and many other things, trust me it’s not a big deal.

    The phone is really slippery so you have to get a case otherwise it will slip from your hand and if you put your phone inside your pant it will definitely slip from there when you sit. I went for the dbrand Grip Case along with skin, if you can afford it then you should really get one, it’s really great and fits perfectly. As for the screen protector I haven’t found a correct one because the ones officially stated by google are not available in India. I did look for other ones but in reviews, they said after applying those the fingerprint doesn’t work so till now I haven’t applied any screen protector.

    As for the charger I had to buy the official google charger from Flipkart (why official charger, keep reading). I came from OnePlus 3T to Pixel 6 so I had the OnePlus 30W Dash charger and I thought it will work with Pixel 6 since the voltage and amps are almost identical to the official google pixel charger, but when I connected it, the phone displayed it is connected to the charger but not charging, I tried with other low watt chargers, even a Samsung one, the result was same. I had to charge the phone via USB through my laptop and it was really slow. After this, I searched which charger is compatible with Pixel 6, only 3 compatible chargers are available in India from companies – Anker (a few models in this), Samsung (Travel Adapter), Belkin. Even after finding all this, I had my doubts about all these chargers except Samsung Travel Adapter because they all are imported and had a 100V – 120V rating (many people did say it works in India in reviews, I was still not satisfied). So I contacted google Pixel support regarding which charger should I use with this since the new Google charger is not launched in India, the support person gave the link of the official charger launched in India on Flipkart with 100V – 240V and it supports all Pixel devices with 18W fast charging. It goes with the name like – “Google G1000-IN 18 W”. Also I think that any power adaptor with Power delivery port will do the job as I didn’t had any, and all the compatible chargers for this phone have Power delivery port.

    I did buy a different Type C to C cable which is a 2m braided cable from Amazon of a company named SYNQE, it works well with the google charger and it supports fast charging also.

  9. msk

    I don’t use the fingerprint reader or the face recognition, so, I cannot evaluate them. The battery has been ok. Mostly, I’m writing this because I just upgraded (after being prodded by Google) from Android 12 to 13, and that process rendered my Pixel 6 phone 100% useless/inoperable, and it’s impossible to find anyone at Google to try and fix the phone or even tell me where to send it. The companies they use to repair their cellphones don’t deal with catastrophic issues like this, which begs the question, “what’s then the point of even having a warranty?” I purchased the phone in January, it arrived in February, and I absolutely loved it (bought one with 256 storage capacity, and it worked perfectly till I just tried to install Android 13, which, like Pixel, is made by Google). What are the odds of this happening!? Maybe someone reading this at the Amazon Pixel Store will be able to help me/others with this problem? I’ve tried every phone number and online Google site associated with Pixel phones, and I’m just thoroughly disgusted and completely lost as to my (lack of) options. I’ve been a committed Google-product user since they first started out as nothing but a search engine. And now this. So very sad….

  10. Harsharaj rai k c

    One of the worst experience which iam having after buying this phone,
    – no battery back up
    – Device is getting heated like a iron box
    – Fingerprint is not working properly

    I don’t know even after paying so much if am facing this then I should return this device

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