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Google Pixel 3 review

"  Bringing the small Pixel into the now with a tall display and less wasted space, we have this year's Google Pixel 3. Updated glass build and a couple of selfie cameras mark the other key changes compared to the 2017 vintage. Google Pixel 3 review This being Google's hardware vehicle for Google's own software, the Pixel 3 comes with the latest Pie OS, almighty Assistant, and a main camera that makes up with machine learning and math for what it lacks in specs - an actual second module. Google's aversion to the specs race continues and the Pixel 3 is one of few top-end handsets to make do with just 4GB of RAM and the 128GB storage maximum is where some current models start at. No memory card slot either - instead, it offers you unlimited cloud storage for a few years to come. Neat, but not quite the same thing, we reckon.  "

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Posted on Friday, November 02, 2018 @ 11:30:41 UTC in Google by Wesslan



Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL Review

For all the flak both Apple and Google get for “copying” one another, it's genuinely interesting to watch how their very different paths through the smartphone landscape have converged time and time again. On the hardware front, we've watched Apple grow from a one-size-fits-all, take-it-or-leave-it approach to handsets to this year's lineup, with not just the greatest number of phones ever, but also a couple distinctly different designs. Google, meanwhile, has evolved from selling hardware with a real enthusiasts-focused kick to come out with some eminently commercial handsets, with a very Apple-like level of polish and it-just-works user-friendliness.  "

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Posted on Sunday, November 19, 2017 @ 14:35:28 UTC in Google by Wesslan



Google Pixel Review

The Pixel lineup arrived to replace Nexus phones, but Google's seriously simplified the decision-making process for choosing one model or another. With the Pixel and Pixel XL, we once again have a “big” and “little” Google phone, but this time around that really is the extent of the decision shoppers need to make: from camera, to processor, to RAM, storage, design, connectivity, and more, you're getting largely the same hardware regardless of which Pixel you choose. The only differences are ones closely tied to hardware size: a bigger phone affords room for a larger battery, and a bigger screen makes sense to stuff with more pixels. At least, that's how it all looks on paper, but how do the two Pixel phones really compare? We've already brought you a full review of the larger Pixel XL, and now we turn our attention to the smaller five-inch Pixel.  "

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Posted on Saturday, November 12, 2016 @ 13:32:04 UTC in Google by Wesslan



Google Pixel review

The Google Pixel is designed to deliver a Google-centric experience, complete with perfect integration of all the services Google has to offer, as well as the introduction to Android's new Google Assistant, now more talkative, helpful, and exclusive to Pixel. The Pixel and Pixel XL are both successors to last year's Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. Except this year, the Pixels are identically spec'd with the exception of the screen sizes/resolutions and battery sizes, whereas the Nexus 5X and 6P had more significant differences like the hexa-core CPU in the 5X compared to the 6P's octa-core chip.  "

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Posted on Friday, November 11, 2016 @ 11:34:36 UTC in Google by Wesslan



Google Pixel XL

"  Many have questioned Google's reasoning for taking the direction it has with the Pixel XL. Last year’s Nexus 6P was a great phone at a great price. The Pixel line isn't about value, however; the focus here is on sheer quality. The Nexus phones, as a result of their price point, were subject to trade-offs here and there – but this isn't so with the Pixel handsets. So, this isn’t a cheap phone then – and in fact, it matches up closely to what you'd pay for an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus. That’s fine, though, because the Pixel XL is better than an iPhone 7. And for many it’s better than the Samsung Galaxy S7 too. "

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Posted on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 @ 11:16:17 UTC in Google by Wesslan




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