Parafrasea y traduce esto al castellano: Google Pixel 8 Pro vs. Pixel 6 Pro: Time to upgrade?

Parafrasea y traduce esto al castellano:  Google Pixel 8 Pro vs. Pixel 6 Pro: Time to upgrade?

Parafrasea, extiende, elimina cualquier referencia a androidpolice, traduce al castellano y añade cabeceras donde haga falta. El resultado debe de estar en castellano. A partir de ahora el contenido sobre el que hacer lo solicitado: Source: Google Google Pixel 8 Pro Newest Google championGoogle’s latest flagship houses the Tensor G3 chip, an OLED screen, and a triple rear camera setup headlined by a 50MP primary camera. Pros Newer, faster Tensor G3 chip Brighter OLED screen Lots of AI-driven features Google Pixel 6 Pro Blast from the past$595 $899 Save $304 The 2021 Pixel flagship packs the first Tensor chip, a 6.7-inch OLED screen, and a 5003mAh battery. It’s upgradeable to Android 14.   Pros Good performance Still an excellent camera phone Cons Not the brightest screen Heating is a problem The Pixel 8 Pro is Google’s newest flagship smartphone, and it packs several upgrades, including the powerful new Tensor G3 chip, a brighter display, and tons of AI enhancements. If you currently own the Pixel 6 Pro, you may wonder whether the Pixel 8 Pro, one of the best Android phones, is worth upgrading or if you should skip it and wait for the Pixel 9 Pro or something. Let’s find out. Price, availability, and specifications The Google Pixel 8 starts at $999 for the base 128GB model and goes up to $1,399 for the top-end 1TB model. It is already on sale via the Google store and major retailers. On the other hand, the Pixel 6 Pro, which was introduced at a launch price of $899 for the 128GB model and $999 for the 256GB model, is currently down to around $700, but can be found for as low as $499 for the 128GB and around $599 for the 256GB model. Let’s look at the raw specifications before moving further. Google Pixel 8 ProGoogle Pixel 6 ProSoCGoogle Tensor G3Google TensorRAM12GB12GBStorage128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB128, 256, 512GBBattery5050mAh5003mAhPortsUSB-CUSB-COperating SystemAndroid 14Android 12 (upgradeable to Android 14)Front camera10.5MP Dual PD sel fie camera11.1MP f/2.2 (94° FoV, fixed focus)Rear camera50MP Octa PD wide camera, 48MP Quad PD ultrawide camera, 48 MP Quad PD telephoto camera50MP f/1.85 primary (82° FoV w/OIS), 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide (114° FoV), 48MP f/3.5 telephoto (23.5° FoV w/OIS, 4x optical and up to 20x “Super Res Zoom”)ConnectivityUWB, NFC5G mmWave, Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax), Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, Ultra-WidebandDimensions162.6 × 76.5 × 8.8mm163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9mmColorsObsidian, Porcelain, BaySorta Sunny, Cloudy White, and Stormy BlackDisplay typeLTPO OLED, 1-120HzLTPO OLED, 1-120HzWeight213g210gCharge speed30W wired, 18W wireless23W (USB PD PPS) wired charging, up to 23W wireless chargingIP RatingIP68IP68Price$999Starts at $900Display dimensions6.7″6.7 inchesDisplay resolution1344 × 29921440 x 3120 pixelsCharge optionsUSB-C wired, Qi wirelessWired, wirelessSIM supportDual SIM (Nano SIM and eSIM)Dual SIM (Nano SIM and eSIM) Cellular connectivity4G, 5G mmWave4G, 5G mmWaveWi-Fi connectivityWi-Fi 7 (Except certain markets)Wi-Fi 6EBluetooth5.35.2 Design Google hasn’t made any significant design changes to its Pixel-series phones since the 6-series. So, as a Pixel 6 Pro owner, you won’t notice anything newer in the Pixel 8 Pro. It’s also a glass sandwich that features a large camera bar on the back, a metallic frame, and curved corners. There are several minor tweaks, however, including the more rounded corners and much-appreciated matte finish on the rear glass. You will also find that the camera bar has been redesigned since the Pixel 6 Pro, and the front has even bezels on all sides as well as flat edges. But otherwise, you’ll feel right at home with the Pixel 6 Pro. Display When it comes to the display, both phones have a nearly identical 6.7-inch OLED screen, except for two major and a few minor differences. Google may be using a brand-new panel, but the underlying technology is the same: an LTPO panel, 120Hz refresh rate, and HDR10+ support. In terms of differences, the Pixel 8 Pro display can get much brighter, with a peak brightness of 2400 nits, compared to the Pixel 6 Pro at around 1200 nits. The 8 Pro display also has flat edges, as mentioned earlier, and a slightly lower resolution of 1344 x 2992 pixels, which results in a lower PPI density than the Pixel 6 Pro. But that’s something you’ll never notice. In other highlights, Google has upgraded the glass protection from Gorilla Glass Victus to Victus 2, which will keep some of those scratches away. But if you want real protection, it’s better to pick one of our Pixel 8 Pro screen protector recommendations. Software Software is a vital part of Pixel smartphones, primarily because of all the AI-infused goodness. So, while you’ll get the same base Android 14 on both Pixel phones, the Pixel 8 Pro offers several features that are either exclusive to it or unlikely to reach the Pixel 6 Pro. Some of these features are camera-specific, but others, such as the AI wallpapers, are also present in other parts of the operating system. One of the highlights of the Pixel 8 series announcement was the seven-year update support period for the Pixel 8 series. This means the 8 Pro will keep getting both operating system and security updates from the company, which is unheard of in the Android ecosystem. In comparison, the Pixel 6 Pro will receive Android OS updates till October 2024 and security updates ‘til October 2026. Performance and battery life Google is using its new Tensor G3 chip in the Pixel 8 Pro, and it’s a significant improvement over the Tensor G2 in the Pixel 7 series and the Tensor in the Pixel 6 Pro. Heating is no longer a big deal either; you get snappy performance in almost everything. You’ll also have no trouble playing graphic-intensive games on the Pixel 8 Pro. If you are coming from the Pixel 6 Pro, you can expect considerable improvement, but it won’t be night and day, as the Pixel 6 Pro’s Tensor is pretty decent despite being Google’s first attempt at making a mobile chip. But, beyond the processor, you get the same 12GB of RAM and 128GB or more onboard UFS 3.1 storage in both phones. Battey life, charging, and face unlock There is a marginal difference between the 8 Pro and the 6 Pro’s battery life. Google uses a 5050mAh battery in the newest Pixel and a 5003mAh battery in the Pixel 6 Pro. While the sheer size of the battery won’t make a difference in the uptime, the Tensor G3 is more efficient at utilizing battery, which can help you get up to a few more hours of battery life from the Pixel 8 Pro, compared to your existing Pixel. As noted in our Pixel 8 Pro review, the phone consistently delivers six to seven hours of screen-on time on a single charge. Another upgrade on the Pixel 8 Pro is the included support for 30W fast wired charging, compared to 23W on the Pixel 6 Pro. This won’t make a big difference, but any amount of faster charging is welcome. Both phones also support 23W wireless charging and reverse wireless charging. In other quality-of-life improvements, the Pixel 8 Pro has Google’s updated and more secure face unlock, allowing you to ditch the often iffy under-screen optical fingerprint sensor if you want. This is important because earlier, you couldn’t use face unlock as the authentication mode with banking or other more security-conscious apps, but you can with the Pixel 8 Pro. Cameras Cameras are a big reason why people go for Pixel smartphones, and if you plan to upgrade from the Pixel 6 Pro, you will want significant improvements. To Google’s credit, it has refreshed all the cameras. While you still get a 50MP primary shooter in the Pixel 8 Pro, its lens has a wider aperture than the Pixel 6 Pro’s f/1.9 aperture. The 8 Pro can capture more light, performing even better in low-light scenarios. The 48MP telephoto shooter on the 8 Pro also has a wider aperture and a longer focal length, letting you zoom more (5x optical, to be precise, compared to 4x optical on the Pixel 6 Pro). Similarly, the ultra-wide camera has been upgraded to a 48MP shooter with an f/2.0 aperture and a 126-degree field of view. In comparison, the Pixel 6 Pro features a 12MP ultra-wide camera with ff/2.2 aperture and a 114-degree field of view. Overall, the Pixel 8 Pro’s rear cameras are better than ever, capturing better images than all previous-generation Pixel phones, including the Pixel 6 Pro. Video recording capabilities have notably improved compared…

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