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We take a look at two of the most expensive Android phones on the market - the Google Pixel XL and the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. Which comes out on top?
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Pixel XL is one of my favorites..:)
S8+ i have not use for long time and iPhone X after a month is sweet but have some things I don't like.
Did get the Pixel 2 XL but the display was so bad on my unit so couldn't accept it, but gave me pure android feeling so did go back to my "old" pixel XL and use it again now.
Something about Pure android that just feels sweet..
Most should call me stupid tho, have ip8+,X,note8,s8+,mate10 pro and more but still going back to a year old phone...:)
i had a s7 for 4 months and after that it was painfully slow, sttutery almost unusable. Been rocking a pixel xl for a year and its still butter smooth, though the battery last a bit less than when i first bought it
About to upgrade to a new phone and I'm deciding between a Pixel 2 XL and a S8. I've always been with the iPhone, so it's a big change for me and I'm not sure which Phone to get. I do need a headphone jack, but the Google assistant on the Pixel seems super handy. There is also a deal going on for both phones, in which you get a Google Home Mini with the purchase of a Pixel 2 and a Fitbit with the purchase of the S8. I would honestly use the Mini over the Fitbit as well. Please help!
Lightning Deal: only £6.79 USB 3.0 2 Metres cable for PIXEL and other Type C devices,
I've had my S7 for a couple of years now and I really do love it but am so sick and tired of the ridiculous amount of Samsung apps that randomly appear with new updates. As I've had the phone for a while now, despite clearing it of unnecessary data it's lagging pretty bad and I'm pretty sure I'm going to buy a Pixel XL in the next couple of weeks, instead of the S8/S8+
I got a s8+ and a pixel XL. And. I use the pixel XL it's a better phone it's easy to use it's faster The camera is better. And I get fast updates. ... I don't care about water resistant. I got always on display. With the pixel with Android O. I think they should of modified the pixel more but they also should of increased the ram On the s8+ And fix the a fingerprint scanner Placement . I'm just going to sell the s8+
Covering two very atractive phones with skins when you are making a video reviewing those two phones defeats the purpose of that video. I know that most tech reviewers are dbrand bitches now days but many of the people watching videos like this one, want to see what the phones look like on the outside as intended by the manufacturer. If you think dbrand skins are so unbelievably amazing, just make a separate video dedicated specifically to dbrand skins and tell us all about it.
SJ SJ Yes I get that but for the purpose of this video it should have been made without the skins on and then have a segment talking about dbrand and showing how the phones look with the skins installed.
Thanks so much for sharing as much as I tried just not feeling the Pixel but who knows their is new coming and definitely due for a change especially with the Eyes I have not really noticed until their were updates how much I need the larger phone. I tried going back to a smaller one for few days and that's when I realized can't do it. I definitely need the screen to be bigger I could barely see.Thanks for the Review Deb.
The curved edge on the s7 edge and s8 samsung models seem like a design flaw from a protection standpoint. It is tough to find a case that will adequately protect the phone from drops unless you go with the otterbox style cases. I personally don't care for the bulk of those cases. I have yet to see any reviews that address this design element. I had an s7 edge and also had a crack run in the middle of the screen all the way across. Flex of the device will put more stress on the curved parts of the screen and could contribute to an increase in the likelihood of a horizontal crack. I was a huge fan of the Samsung Note series phones, but unfortunately will be going with non-edge display phones going forward. Currently using a Pixel XL.
Samsung is better than Pixel XL, Pixel XL has a horrible design, it's not water resistant and dust resistant either. the only two good features of Goggle pixel is the camera and smooth software, free of lags. the rest of the phone is trash
All the guys who's looking for that pixel wall, i did some research and finally i found it.. here's the link
its from wallethics btw
I feel like I see the same video over and over and over again on this channel.
Intro to a problem or conundrum I've probably never thought about, some exposition and nice words about two (or more devices). A dbrand joke or reference, some specs listed on the screen, comparison of doing the same thing on both devices, benchmarks scores, then kicking it back to the audience for what they think.
Your stupid dead comparisons have been driving me mad and are not unique or creative whatsoever.
Along with your obvious "top 10 features of ... insert phone" and your promoting of products and ads on your site.
Unsubscribed and deleted bookmark. Au Revoir!
the advantage of stock Android is it's consistency and being able to add what features you want while not bogging the system down with things you don't use our want. the reason we buy signature editon computers as well!! most features are in the playstore and have been available before they were introduced widely to the public on other devices!
S.R Maniac ..you can't get it? not the same functions.ok. Samsung S8 and the Note series are unique smartphones. they does more things from heart sensor to facial recognition and from iris scanning to air view and so on. just check out a full review if Note 5 on YouTube fir example to see what I'm talking about.