This $899 flagship is all about value, as you’ll see in our Google Pixel 6 Pro review. The 6.7-inch Pixel 6 Pro’s cameras are also excellent, thanks in part to its Tensor chip. You also get special features like the Magic Eraser and new Google Assistant capabilities. Meanwhile, our Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra review reveals that this $1,199 big-screen phone is a beast. This 6.8-inch flagship has it all, including S Pen functionality, two telephoto lenses, and extra-long battery life. It’s official: the Pixel 6 Pro proves that other flagship phones are overpriced. Not a Samsung fan? Discover our comparison of the Google Pixel 6 Pro with the OnePlus 9 Pro.

The Google Pixel 6 Pro wins in the looks department with a new camera bar that spans the top of the screen. It just has a friendlier, modern vibe than the industrial-chic look of the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s oversized camera patch in the top left corner. The Galaxy S21 Ultra earns a few points with its matte back, which resists fingerprints much better than the glossy Pixel 6 Pro. The Pixel 6 Pro comes in three colours: Stormy Black, Cloudy White and Sorta Sunny, and I like how there are two color blocks on the back separated by the camera bar. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is available in Phantom Black, Phantom Silver, and Navy, and you can also get Phantom Titanium and Phantom Brown from Samsung’s online store.

So which phone wins? As you will see in this face-off, declaring a winner is not easy. Here’s how the Google Pixel 6 Pro and Galaxy S21 Ultra stack up. The Google Pixel 6 Pro easily wins in price and overall value. It starts at just $899, compared to $1,199 for the Galaxy S21 Ultra. A $300 delta is a big deal when you’re talking about two pretty well-matched flagship phones. We check over 250 million products every day for the best prices. The Pixel 6 starts at 128GB of storage, but you can get 256GB for $999 and 512GB for $1,099. The Galaxy S21 Ultra also starts at 128GB and costs $12.49 for 256GB and $1,379 for 512GB.

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