Google Pixel 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S21, who will be the real Android flagship?

Google Pixel 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S21, who will be the real Android flagship?

Google Pixel 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S21

Our series of contents dedicated to the brand new Google Pixel smartphones continues. After putting the brand new Pixel 6 head to head against the arch-rival Apple iPhone 13, today it is the turn of an analysis that is entirely internal to the world of the green robot. In fact, how will Pixel 6 behave in comparison with the mainstream Samsung smartphone par excellence, or Galaxy S21?

Aesthetic and dimensional comparison

As in the comparison with the iPhone 13, also in this case the two challengers do not represent the most extreme and strongest vision of the respective company line-ups. As for the dimensions, in fact, a battleground perhaps too neglected by companies but which still represents for many users an important data on which to determine their purchase choices, Samsung Galaxy S21 and Google Pixel 6 try to represent a compact proposal inside. of the market, with the Korean device that certainly succeeds best in this task.

Device Dimensions Weight Display Samsung Galaxy S21 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9 mm 169g 6.2 ″ OLED 120Hz, 1080 x 2400 pixels Google Pixel 6 158.6 x 74.8 x 8.9 mm 207g 6.4 ″ OLED 90Hz, 1080 x 2400 pixels Not only differences in the diagonal of the display, with obvious reduction of the overall dimensions. The materials also differ, with Samsung's choice of polycarbonate for the body as opposed to the glass on the Google device favoring the reduced weight, while making the user experience less valuable in terms of touch & feel.

Processors and data sheets

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The challenge is it is certainly moved from the simple themes of power and speed, to more important considerations on efficiency and computational capabilities inherent in the world of artificial intelligence. In this, Google and its Tensor propose themselves as the maximum realization of this concept, perhaps sacrificing the maximum extreme in terms of power, but in favor of machine learning potential never seen in the smartphone market.

In a world therefore where benchmarks and simple and cold numbers no longer represent a reliable yardstick for determining the choice of your device, it will be necessary to see how many of these promises from Google will be able to be kept, with Samsung instead seems to have finally, after too many negative years, found the perfect way of balancing performance and autonomy.

Device Processor RAM memory User memory Battery Samsung Galaxy S21 Samsung Exynos 2100, 1x Cortex-X1 2,9 GHz + 3x Cortex- A78 2,8GHz + 4x Cortex-A55 2,2 GHz 8GB 128GB - 256GB 4000mAh Google Pixel 6 Google Tensor, 2x Cortex X1 + 2x Cortex A76 + 4x Cortex A55 with Mali-G78 MP20 8GB 128GB - 256GB GPU 4615mAh

Which of the two will be the best cameraphone?

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On the other hand, Samsung has always developed excellent photographic sectors, although over the years the greatest efforts have been increasingly dedicated to the more expensive and valuable variants. The challenge that could be defined, rather than by qualitative terms, by the simple aesthetic preferences of the users, with the Samsung software richer in options and with a greater saturation of the shots, something that has always found the satisfaction of users.

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Device Main Cameras Front camera Samsung Galaxy S21 12MP f / 1.8, OIS

telephoto lens 64MP f / 2.0, 3x zoom

ultra- 12MP f / 2.2 10MP f / 2.2 wide angle Google Pixel 6 50MP f / 1.9, OIS, laser AF

12MP f / 2.4 ultra wide angle, FOV 120 ° 8MP f / 2.0

Two different Android views

On the one hand, Samsung's One UI, on the other hand, Google's proprietary customization based on Android 12. Over the years Google has certainly tried with its Pixels to break away from the simple canons of fluidity and meager customization of the Nexus series, understanding the importance of the aesthetic modification options already inserted by default within the software, going to develop the brand new language of Material You design.

Samsung in response, on the other hand, is on the strength of a ten-year path of proprietary customization, with the latest and most recent versions of the One UI able to make you forget the slowdowns and delays during the '' use of the first versions, guaranteeing perhaps the best package in terms of customization options and useful functions for the user, with proprietary services ranging from the cloud to the world of digital payments, including the famous DeX features.

Prices and availability

Google Pixel 6 was presented on the market as the protagonist of an interesting promotion that sees as a gift a pa io of headphones with a commercial value of over 300 euros, a promo that unfortunately was not accessible to users in Italy. At the same time, the Samsung Galaxy S21 is perhaps in its most interesting period, thanks to the devaluation that took place in recent months.

The over 800 euros in the list at the launch of the South Korean smartphone now appear much more in focus thanks to the many Amazon promotions and more, with the 649 euros of the Pixel 6 that put the two devices in direct opposition as well as for the many technical characteristics described above, even for the simple economic question.

Which of the two smartphones will know more convincing Android users and become the flagship of the green robot in the coming months?

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