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Here are some wallpapers for Pixel phones, taken on Pixel phones

Pixel-shot pixels for your Pixel.
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September 27, 2022
Pixel 6 wallpaper hero
Zarif Ali / Android Authority

It’s no secret Google’s Pixel series has been widely touted as being one of the best camera phones on the market, so when we were planning on creating wallpapers for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 6 series, it only made sense to have a photo-centric theme. This is Android Authority’s Pixel series wallpapers shot exclusively on Google Pixel.


Before you scroll to our collection, I will give you a little background. Here at Android Authority, we love our Pixels, and more specifically, we love the camera system that comes equipped with these phones. If you read our past reviews or coverage, you’ll know Google’s Pixel line offers a competitive package with its camera system with neat software features to deliver some incredible computational photography.

Since I started at Android Authority, all my article photos have been shot on the Pixel 6 Pro. I’ve always contemplated picking up a dedicated mirrorless camera for my reviews, but my Pixel 6 Pro has always been the obstacle that makes it hard to justify switching over. It’s really that good. I think our Features Editor sums it up best:

I struggle to find a bad Pixel shot in my gallery.Rita El Khoury

So with that said, here are some walls for your Pixel!

This collection spans a wide range of photos including architecture, nature, and long exposures. If you look at the NYC taxi or the long exposure of the water photos, those images were captured using the Action Pan and Long Exposure feature. Other photos like the dark water puddles and the Freedom Tower are taken using the 4x optical zoom camera found on Pixel 6 Pro. Finally, the perspective-shifted closeup of the Freedom Tower was taken on the ultrawide lens.

In case you missed it: Google Pixel 6 Pro revisited

To download these wallpapers in their full resolution, follow this Google Drive link to take a look through. If you end up using any of them, be sure to tag us on Twitter at @AndroidAuth to let us know how they fit within your home screen.