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(Reuters) -Alphabet Inc's Google on Tuesday announced the newest iteration of its smartphone - Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro - which will be powered by the company's first chip called Tensor. The tech giant also launched Pixel Pass, a subscription service starting at $45 per month for U.S. customers that will include the Pixel 6 and access to the premium versions of YouTube and YouTube Music. Pricing for the Pixel 6 will start at $599.
Google Pixel 6 phones launch with custom chips and aggressive pricing. Top new Androids have bigger cameras, Tensor processor and five years of support