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Google's Pixel 6 Pro is more affordable than ever at $649

  You have another chance to get a Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro at their lowest respective prices. The 6.4-inch Pixel 6 is $100 off, costing $499 unlocked at Amazon , or through the Google Store. The pricier Pixel 6 Pro has a 6.7-inch display, a higher-res screen, more RAM, and most notably, a telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom on its rear that sets it apart from many flagship phones out there. It normally costs $899, but you can get it for $649 through Amazon , or at the Google Store. To put the price in context, this beats the Prime Day price by $50. You can nab these phones at Target, too, and if you’re very lucky, you may find an especially good deal at your local store on the Pixel 6 Pro. Some Reddit users found the Pixel 6 Pro on clearance for just $270. Others have come across it for $449. Don’t count on finding these deals, but it can’t hurt to stop by and check things out. Google Pixel 6 Pro

Whitestone Dome screen protectors return for the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro

These accessories don't come cheap. What you need to know Whitestone has launched new tempered glass screen protectors for the Google Pixel 6 series. The screen protectors are more expensive because they use liquid adhesive. Whitestone sells these accessories for as low as $45. The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro already feature Gorilla Glass Victus for both its front and back panel, which is touted as the toughest phone glass available. But that should not give you full confidence that the phones will withstand repeated drops. While you can always buy a screen protector, your options for capable items are likely to be limited due to a number of factors, including the phones' curved display. Fortunately, Whitestone is now back with its tempered glass screen protectors for Google's best Android phones after skipping the Pixel 4 and 5 series (via 9to5Google ). Whitestone has a reputation for providing some of the highest-quality accessories on the market for protecting

The Pixel 6 Pro now lets you disable a wireless tech you hardly need

You can now manage ultra-wideband connections on your Pixel 6 Pro. What you need to know Google has introduced settings toggle for ultra-wideband on the Pixel 6 Pro. The update is part of Google's December 2021 update. UWB allows for more precise positioning, though it works only with devices that have compatible technology. Google has quietly added new settings that allow you to toggle the Pixel 6 Pro 's ultra-wideband capability on and off. This feature is part of Google's December 2021 update, though there aren't many use cases for it right now. For starters, UWB allows a device to "identify the relative position of nearby devices" that support this wireless technology. That said, its application on Google's best Android phones is currently limited to the Nearby Share feature, which was upgraded following the December 2021 update . However, due to software bugs, that update is currently on hold. UWB chips also power Google's digital ca

Google Play now highlights games optimized for the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro

You can now prioritize either battery life or performance while playing on Google's latest flagship phones. What you need to know Google Play now lists games that are compatible with the game modes in Android 12. The most recent update appears to be limited to the Google Pixel 6 series. Game mode lets you run your phone in battery saver or performance mode while playing, depending on your needs. Google has taken mobile gaming to a new level with the release of Android 12 , which includes a slew of new features that enhance your gaming experience. Game dashboard is one of those features, and it is now available on the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. The Google Play Store's Games tab now features a dedicated carousel at the top with titles optimized for the Pixel 6 series, as spotted by 9to5Google . When you tap a compatible title, a floating bubble will appear, allowing you to open the Game dashboard overlay, where you can access the main optimization options. However,

New leak confirms larger Pixel 6 Pro, offers first Pixel 6 specs

New renders show off a better view of the next Google flagship. What you need to know Another Google Pixel 6 "Pro" leak shows us a good look at Google's 2021 flagship. These new leaks are accompanied by the first spec details. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are expected to launch at this year's Made By Google event in the fall. The Google Pixel 6 leaked for the first time last week , showing off a very distinct design when compared to the likes of the Pixel 5 or Pixel 4a 5G . Now, new renders shared by OnLeaks (via ) give us a clearer look at the upcoming flagship. This set of renders specifically show off the Pixel 6 "Pro" — the name is currently unconfirmed — the successor to the XL variants every Pixel has had so far, with the exception of the Pixel 5. It is said to have a 6.6-7-inch AMOLED curved display with a centered punch-hole front-facing camera. The rear camera layout is said to be a primary wide-angle lens, a periscope telephoto, a