Google pixel is made from scratch by the google and as we know android is made by the google and the person who will own this phone they will get the latest version of android first and they will enjoy new features as well and i will going to review google pixel phone with specification stay tuned
After six years of partnering up with device makers to create its Nexus phones, for the first time Google has stepped out on its own. The Pixel andare the latest additions to its line of in-house products. And while , it was Google that designed, engineered and branded them.
The gamble paid off. Starting at $649 in the US, £599 in the UK and AU$1,079 in Australia, the Pixel is fast, with an elevated, smooth design. Heavy investments in its camera resulted in a nimble shooter too. Though its special portrait mode is poor, it otherwise takes amazing shots that rival those of the.
Why the Pixel is one of the best Android phones right now
So what’s so great about the Pixel? Aside from the premium hardware, like the camera and processor, it packs new software features that are handy to use day-to-day. Read on to find out more.
The camera is (mostly) awesome
As you can tell from its name, Google makes a big deal about the Pixel’s camera, and it is superb. It takes even better shots than the already stellar iPhone 7 Plus, which I consider to be the reigning champion of camera phones.
The camera is fast, images are in focus, and colors look vibrant. Close-up shots appear especially sharp and refined. Landscape scenes retain an impressive amount of detail and depth, even with objects that are far away.
Like with most voice assistants, you forget that they’re there. But when you do remember, Assistant can be useful. It doesn’t hear every question correctly every time, but when it does, it works relatively quickly. Compared to Siri, which sort of checks out after it finishes each task, Assistant builds upon my previous queries, so it made me interact with it longer.
Android Nougat packs some sweetness
- The device runs a pure version of Android 7.1 Nougat. It’s the first to have Google’s messaging service and its video calling app preloaded (you can uninstall them if you want).
- Launcher shortcuts, aka Google’s take on , lets you long-press on some apps to call up additional menu options.
- You can send GIFs inside Google Keyboard, for all your GIF-fy delights.
- To reduce eye strain from viewing a bright, bluish display at night, there’s a Night Light setting that tints the screen yellow. (Other Android phones and the iPhone already do this.)
- On the back is a fingerprint reader for added user security and services such as Android Pay. It works quickly, and as a bonus you can use it to slide down notifications on the screen.
It looks and feels great
The Pixel and Pixel XL are nearly identical, but the latter has a bigger, sharper display and a bumped-up battery. Other than that, they’re pretty much the same. Both are polished and well crafted, and their sleek, one-piece aluminum design make them more elegant than previous Nexus devices.
The battery’s good, but not special
The Pixel survived a solid work day with medium to heavy usage, but needed a charge at the end of the day. In our lab tests, the Pixel clocked in an average of 13 hours and 12 minutes of continuous video playback on Airplane mode. That’s longer than the iPhone 7,, and , but the Samsung Galaxy S7 outlasted all its competitors with a 16-hour run.