Earlier this week, we saw the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro now again, both coming to their 6-month anniversary. We’ve talked about our positive reviews, the initial negative feedback from vocal early adopters, Google’s struggle with software updates, and how things seem to have calmed down in recent weeks, perhaps indicating some stability and happiness in the Pixel 6 world. I also mentioned that after reviewing all kinds of phones like Galaxy S22 Ultra and OnePlus 10 Pro recently, I am happy to be back to the Pixel 6 Pro and would still recommend it.
After sharing these thoughts, I have to admit that I was nervous about the reaction from the people around me. Once I asked what everyone’s experience was with the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro, I was expecting a majority opinion focusing on how bad Google’s new phones are. I thought so because of the huge crowds around reddit and around Twitter that wouldn’t hesitate to tell you that Google’s phones are a dumpster fire. But it did not happen at all.
Reading through the 100+ comments in response to that article, it’s easy to see that most people who own a Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro are actually quite satisfied. In fact, as far as I’m concerned most people are quite happy with their phones.
I can continue with those positive feedback, but you should get points from these few. Really a lot of people are suggesting that they haven’t noticed the bugs and bugs that many claim in Internet spaces are affecting most of the Pixel 6 phones.
Whether it’s the different ways we use our phones, the location and the network connections change, good luck versus bad luck, or the elite group of users who hang out in DL (), I was To tell the truth Most people are amazed at how positive these phones are.
That said, many people have acknowledged that phones aren’t perfect and that there have been problems, but there have been some improvements with recent updates. In my estimation, noticing improvement is probably the 2nd most common response from our readers.
Of course, not everyone likes these phones. Some people have gotten into so much trouble that they can’t wait to switch to another phone like Samsung. From the network and Bluetooth bugs to the Pixel 6 line calling it the “1st Generation Tech” and a “beta” product, it hasn’t run smoothly as suggested by many above.
This story has presented an interesting response, to say the least. If you look at Android blogs, Reddit and Twitter, you will find that Google has really whipped up the Pixel 6 line. At least in the vicinity of these parts though in reality it does not seem to happen. That rough vocal minority.