In October of 2017, I asked if Google’s Pixel 2 would be the iPhone X killer. In hindsight, that question only had one answer, but that question has guided my smartphone journey ever since, and I’ve built quite the mountain of Google Pixels. I won’t be asking if Google’s latest phone, the Pixel 6, is going to be taking out any competition, as it seems like Google’s aim this go-round was to remix the device I’ve grown to love, going into the higher-end of smartphone design.

With the Pixel 6 (and the powerful Pixel 6 Pro, which is where they really upped the ante), Google’s set to improve on the impressive foundation they’ve built. From developing their first-ever processor chip for these phones to reimagining the way they’ve delivered this experience, Google found a way to push the boundaries they set from their previous phones (including the mighty Pixel 4a, which is still my daily Pixel phone) and bring an experience that feels as complete as ever, especially when held up against the competition.

We were able to get our hands on both the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro and ran them through regular everyday Deputy Editor of a Complex vertical use over the last week. Here’s everything you need to know about the next chapter in Google’s Pixel journey: the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.