The Google Pixel 6 Pro, a behemoth smartphone with a brilliant telephoto lens (along with wide and ultrawide lenses), is $100 off in time for Father’s Day. Normally $899, it’s $799 at Amazon, Best Buy, and the Google Store through June 19th. What kind of person surprises their dad with a $799 phone? Someone who’s very giving, obviously, but also someone who wants their dad to be able to take pretty spectacular photos wherever they go.
But back to that 48-megapixel telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom, which makes the Pixel 6 Pro worth getting if you or your dad is into taking intimate, close crop shots — whether portraits or landscapes. One of the biggest gripes we had in our review of this phone, however, was the price you have to pay to get the telephoto lens perk. Compared to the slightly smaller $599 Pixel 6, the Pixel 6 Pro has a larger (and some say, better) OLED panel with smaller bezels that hug it. It features a bigger battery, too. It’s still far pricier than the Pixel 6, but knocking the price difference down to $200 instead of $300 makes it a slightly easier decision. Read our full review of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
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The Google Pixel 6 Pro is the larger sibling of the newest Pixel duo, with a 6.7-inch screen, 12GB of RAM, and a third camera featuring a 4x telephoto lens and 48 megapixels of resolution.