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“Google”. This word is spoken by every human who is using internet everyday. We had known google mainly for “Google Search”, “You Tube” , G mail , “Vevo” , world wide used OS “Android” and little bit for “Blogger.com”.
What if I tell you google is involved now a days making world class cell phone or in another words “An Alternative To iPhone” ? Yes, this is actually a truth. Google with world wide known mobile brand hTC has introduced really a classy phone named “Google Pixel ” !
- QUICK PRECAP
The Google Pixel delivers what we’ve always wanted from a Google Android experience: an attractive design, lightning-fast performance and unique Google features you won’t find on any other phone. Meanwhile the Pixel nails the essentials, with good “all-day” battery life, cameras that go toe-to-toe with the high-end competition and many more. Though expensive, and lacking water resistance, these are great phones with a long life ahead of them.
- GOOGLE PIXEL ?
The Google Pixel is a landmark device, signalling the first proper introduction in the cell phone market by the search engine giant.The Pixel is available in two sizes – the smaller one reviewed here and a larger 5.5-inch Pixel XL – and has one of the best cameras on any phone, along with a software experience that’s better than any other Android device.You have to pay a premium for these features – this certainly isn’t a Nexus-priced device – but it’s far from the first phone to cost a pretty penny. And when it’s this good, it’s worth paying that bit extra.
The least exciting part about the whole idea of the Google Pixel is its design. I know many people who dislike it completely, but I find it perfectly serviceable. It isn’t as flashy and as catchy as Samsung’s Galaxy S7, but it’s much sweeter the latest batch of iPhones.
The body is made from metal and glass – pretty much a given these days .A circular fingerprint sensor sits below the camera sensor, and both are encased in a glass panel that runs about a third of the way down the back. Some people actually hated it, but I think it adds some flair, catching the light nicely. It is a fingerprint magnet and scratches very easily, however.
Unlike Apple, Google includes a 3.5mm headphone jack – but I’d have preferred for it to have been placed at the bottom rather than the top of the phone. In addition, Google has used a wide bezel above and below the screen – just like the iPhone. It would have been good to see this space used for a pair of front-facing speakers – maybe this will come with the Pixel 2.The sides are heavily chambered, and this helps the device to fit comfortably in your hand. This is one of the easiest phones to hold, helped by the fact it isn’t overly thin.It’s also completely usable in one hand, something that can’t be said for the larger Pixel XL. It’s roughly the same size as an iPhone 7, just a little taller and marginally thicker.
- THE PIXEL DISPLAY
5-inch displays are becoming a rarity in the Android space, but for many they provide the perfect mix of portability and sizes. This is a 5-inch display phone with the innards of a larger device – and that’s great news.
The Pixel’s display is fantastic, comfortably one of the best at this size. It’s an AMOLED panel – the same tech Samsung uses on its Galaxy series – with a 1080p resolution. This isn’t as high as the larger Pixel XL and its quad-HD panel, but due to its smaller size you really won’t notice the difference.Viewing angles are great, brightness is excellent, and the auto-brightness is easily the best I have used on Android.
- CAMERA VS iPhone 7
This time around, Apple’s jumped on the dual-camera setup with its 7 Plus model. The larger iPhone models usually have a better camera than the standard versions, and that’s never been more pronounced than with this year’s offering.With dual 12-megapixel lenses, Optical image stabilization, and a 1/2.7-inch sensor, the iPhone 7 Plus is sure to take some of the best pictures you’re likely to get from a smartphone camera.
Unfortunately, we won’t know whether the Google Pixel can trump the iPhone 7 until we get a full review of the former. But in terms of specs, things are looking good. The Pixels come with a 12.3-megapixel setup, with an f/2.0 aperture. There are also some interesting software features we’re intrigued to test out – especially the HDR Plus mode which Google claims will produce some of the best smartphone photos ever.
If you’re a selfie-taker you’ll be interested to know the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus come with decent 7-megapixel front camera with an f/2.2 aperture, making selfies look a little nicer than before. The Pixel and Pixel XL look set to outdo Apple’s devices slightly, at least on paper, with an 8-megapixel selfie shooter appearing on both phones.
- BATTERY AND PRICE
THE PLUS POINTS VS THE MINUS POINTS
- Speedy Performance 🙂 ▲ No Water Resistance 🙁
- Latest Android, With Fast Updates 🙂 ▲ Eye-Watering SIM-Free Price 🙁
- Excellent Build Quality 🙂 ▲ Google Assistant Is Still learning 🙁
- Great And Fast Camera 🙂 ▲ Back Panel Is Prone To Scratch 🙁
HERE I END
This was all about the latest sensation by Google. We reviewed it because in our view this phone actually stand as a perfect alternative to iPhone in little bit less price than the Head Of The Well Known Phone Series by Apple. At last we would only say that this is a well reputed and well sponsored phone I should say. Comment your views about the article and share it on a large scale.
MTL Ratings -: 4.6/5 Stars 🙂
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