After teasing it back in August, we've finally spent some real time with Google's Pixel 6 Pro Android phone. It's the best phone Google has ever made, packing a superb triple rear-camera setup, a glorious high-resolution 6.7-inch display and Google's own Tensor processor.
At $899 (£849, converts to about AU$1,570), the Pixel 6 Pro costs a sizable $200 more than the Pixel 5. There's no question that Google is pitching it as a premium phone to be considered alongside the iPhone 13 and Samsung's Galaxy S21.
Click through to take a closer look at the Pixel 6 Pro.
It has a glass back that is lovely to hold. It definitely has a more premium look and feel than the Pixel 5.
The black and gray option doesn't look quite as attractive in my opinion.
The Pixel 6 Pro will be doing battle with the iPhone 13 Pro -- a phone that offers stellar camera quality and great performance.
The Pixel 6 Pro (left) runs the latest Android 12 software while the iPhone (right) runs iOS 15.
The Pixel 6 Pro (left) with the smaller Pixel 6.
The Pixel 6 Pro, flanked by the iPhone 13 Pro and Pixel 5.
The Pixel 6 is a superb phone for its price, but if you're looking for the best all-round Android experience, the 6 Pro is the one to go for.
Android 12 has a neat look overall, which should make it easy for even Android newbies.
That camera strip hides three cameras: a 50-megapixel standard lens, a 12-megapixel wideangle lens and a 48-megapixel telephoto lens that offers 4x optical zoom.
The iPhone 13 Pro takes superb images that are on par with those of the Pixel 6 Pro. The better option for you comes down to personal preference.
There's a fingerprint scanner built into the display. No face unlock is offered here.
The Android 12 settings menu.
The Pixel 6 Pro (left) has an 11-megapixel front-facing camera, while the Pixel 6's tops out at 8-megapixels.
The camera strip protrudes from the phone, so it won't lie flat on a table.
A fun, new software feature on the Pixels is the ability to have the system colors change depending on the dominant colors in your selected homescreen background. That way, you have a unified color palette across your device.
Starting at $899, the Pixel 6 Pro is cheaper than the iPhone 13 Pro ($999).
Google is smart to try to undercut Apple's phone.
Google's Tensor processor promises a variety of benefits, including machine learning, speech recognition, AI and better on-device security.
The Pixel 6 Pro has one of the best camera setups you can get on a phone today.
The fingerprint scanner on the Pixel 6 Pro works well.
Changing the background wallpaper.
The privacy dashboard gives a clear view of which apps are using what information.
Buttons in the pull-down notification bar let you turn off system-wide access to the camera and microphone.
Both the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro run the latest Android 12 software.
The orange Pixel 6 Pro alongside the black and gray Pixel.