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Work smarter with the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro

Google's latest phones are blisteringly fast, secure and have the longest lasting battery of any Pixel yet

Woman looking at her Pixel 6

The completely redesigned 6.4-inch Google Pixel 6 and 6.7-inch Pixel 6 Pro pack a mean productivity punch. As the first device certified for use on Canada’s first standalone 5G core network, it is also an important device for accessing a key advancement in 5G wireless technology.

Equipped with the powerful new Google Tensor chip, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are both up to 80% faster than Pixel 5, perfectly suited to help you get things done in coffee shops and on train commutes. And you can depend on having power when you need it, thanks to new fast-charging batteries that can last a full day with normal use.

International executives will appreciate built-in translation features for 55 languages. You can sleep soundly knowing that integrated Titan M2TM next-generation security is keeping your data safe and firmly under your control.

What’s more, with AndroidTM zero-touch deployments, you can easily roll out devices to staff regardless of location. It doesn’t matter if you work from home, the office, or if you follow the hybrid working model, zero-touch means your devices are work-ready when employees take them out of the box.

Your toughest choice will simply be deciding which model to get. Both phones share most of the same features, but upgrading to the slightly bigger Pro edition will get you a QHD+ screen with a quicker response time, along with wide and ultrawide lenses and 4x optical zoom.

Regardless of which one you go with, Google's new Pixels mean business.

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Work smarter with Google Tensor

The secret sauce is Google Tensor, the first processor designed by Google. It's custom-built for Pixel, designed to make both Android and your apps run smoother and faster than on any previous Pixel device. It's deeply integrated with the rest of the phone's hardware—including security features, battery, and cameras—to keep things humming, regardless of task. 

Rest easy knowing Titan M2 is keeping watch over your data

Built to work in tandem with Google Tensor, this next-generation security chip is designed with layers of hardware security that help protect against hackers and also includes security features tested against real-world threats. Pixel helps keep you in control of your privacy: you can turn the mic and cameras off, and choose which apps can use them. Pixel comes with at least five years of security updates to make your phone more secure over time. 

Get 24 hours of power via Pixel's Adaptive Battery

Finally, a truly all-day battery. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro's Adaptive Battery analyzes your app usage habits and conserves power for them so you can last beyond 24 hours, even on 5G. Need even more juice? Extreme Battery Saver mode can keep your essential apps running for up to 48 hours.

Simplified deployment

Rogers first implemented Android™ zero-touch enrollment in June 2020, as one of the first carriers in Canada to offer the service. With zero-touch, IT staff can deliver ready-to-perform devices to workers, fully streamlined with mobile device management policies. Enrolments are automated, meaning there is no need for IT to access devices physically. Employees can quickly get access to the apps and services they depend on, all delivered over the Rogers network. Devices can be tailored to a company’s unique needs—seamlessly and wirelessly.

Take care of business in 55 languages with Live Translate

Live Translate makes communication with folks who speak other languages a breeze. Chats with clients and colleagues, voice messages, podcasts and more are translated automatically, securely and privately. Meeting in person? Just say, "Hey Google, be my interpreter," and watch as face-to-face conversations are translated in real time. No apps, internet, or language courses connection required.

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Pick your Pixel: The Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro

The main differences between the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are their screens and cameras. The slightly smaller Pixel 6 has a vivid 6.4-inch FHD+ Smooth Display with a refresh rate of up to 90Hz. It sports two rear cameras: a 50 MP wide lens and 12 MP ultra-wide lens. The Pixel 6 Pro, meanwhile, has a bit bigger 6.7-inch Smooth Display with a higher QHD+ resolution and speedier refresh rate of up to 120Hz. It also packs an additional 48 MP telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom – vital for capturing richer shots at a distance – and a slightly higher resolution 11 MP front camera.


Processor: Pixel 6: Google Tensor with 8 GB RAM; Pixel 6 Pro: Google Tensor with 12 GB RAM 

Display: Pixel 6: 6.4inch FHD+ Smooth Display, up to 90Hz; Pixel 6 Pro: 6.7-inch LTPO QHD+ Smooth Display, up to 120Hz

Battery: Up to 24 hours, based on a mix of talk, data, standby, and use of other features

Cameras: Pixel 6: 50 MP wide lens,2 MP ultra-wide lens, 8 MP front; Pixel 6 Pro: 50 MP wide lens, 12 MP ultra-wide, 48 MP telephoto, 11 MP front

Storage: Choice of 128 GB or 256 GB


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