If you’re still indecisive about buying a smartphone from Apple or Samsung, no need to worry. Google has stepped into the market to only further stagger people by its most anticipated release, which is set to overtake all other smartphones.
So What Does Pixel Have To Impress Buyers?
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1. Highest Rated Camera
The phone has a 12-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front camera. Google calls it the best phone for low light scenes. And that’s not all. It was also awarded a DxOMark camera score of 89 which measures optical imagery and is the highest score ever given to a phone.
2. Sleek Design with a Thin Layout
The Google Pixel measures at 143.8 x 69.5 x 8.6 mm while XL has dimensions of 154.7 x 75.7 x 8.6mm. Size might just be the main selling strategy this season along with battery life.
3. Crystal Clear and Life Like Screens
Both Pixel and XL fashion AMOLED screens with a stunning 1080p resolution. The smaller variant has 441ppi(pixels per inch) and the larger has a QHD(Quad High Definition) with 534ppi.
4. Lightning Fast Processor
Revamping ideas from the Nexus, Google brought their A-game by adding a Snapdragon 821 processor with 4 gigabytes of RAM. However, such processing changes only bring the Pixel a step closer to speeds observed in Android phones.
5. The Safest Phone Money can Buy
Brian Rakowski, Google’s VP of Product Management, discussed physical changes made to Pixel for better grip and handling. It has a 2.5D Corning® Gorilla Glass 4 on the front display and back glass to support the aluminum body. The glass on the back has a fingerprint sensor called Imprint.
6. No Space, No Worries
Good news for the selfie lovers since Pixel has free unlimited storage for images and video. Thanks to Google Cloud, size limits and compression are no longer a headache, even on 4K clarity.
7. Speech Recognition and AI
Google’s keynote address concerned mainly with its AI software-Assistant. Simply say, “OK, Google,” and Assistant will be activated to perform any function. A step ahead to personal communicators like Siri, Assistant is expected to power up entire houses.