8. Gears and Headsets
Pixel is also the first Android phone to run Google’s VR platform, Daydream. A VR headset was also announced which is designed to be the most comfortable VR headset.
9. Phone Space and Storage
The company has a little something for both. Pixel and Pixel XL come with the same storage choices- 32GB (for those who constantly use photos and videos) and 128GB (for those who enjoy using their data offline).
10. Always Updating and on the Watch
Users will enjoy the latest Android updates directly from Google the moment they become functional. Many see this as a unique selling point which could solve connectivity issues with Android.
11. Battery Life and Charging
Google has assured fans of fast charging features that gives users seven hours of battery life. All done in 15 minutes of charging. Battery capacity too differs with Pixel’s specs being 2,770mAh and XL’s 3,450mAh.
12. Say Goodbye to Skype
The phone comes with Google Duo preinstalled. The video chat app has endless uses and is regarded as a replacement for other services like Skype or Messenger. It’s also excellent for video conferencing.
13. The Lovely Jacks are Back
All Pixel phones are equipped with Bluetooth 4.2, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The company found it necessary to specify the last part. It’s also including Live Cases which were first introduced in Nexus devices last year.
14. Constant Customer Service
Google has created Pixel with a 24-hour live phone support. IT operators will be able to see exactly what’s on your screen once a complaint is sent and problems will be eliminated faster.
15. If the Price is Right
Pricing begins from $649 for the 5-inch Pixel with 32GB. Rates increase to $749 for the 128GB variant and $769 for the larger Pixel XL with 32GB. The XL with 128 GB costs $869.