Google Pixel vs Google Pixel XL Full Comparison, what are the key differences? Is the extra price tag worth it?
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Verizon has the phone cheap right now. Got the XL 128gb for 26 a month on device payments. That's cheap compared to the original price of 38 a month. Also if you trade in a phone you can get up to 300 off that making the payments super cheap.
Good job here. I've been deciding which is best for me. After your presentation I think I'll just go with the Pixel. I was considering the Galaxy s7 edge, but I'm going to venture away from Samsung and try something new!
Well, being that here, USA, Verizon screwed up customers with the XL, is better to get the regular size. I pre ordered my XL before Thanksgiving (10/23/16) and my phone was supposed to ship yesterday (01/06/17), but Verizon didn't have enough stock. Now the shipping date was moved to March 14, 2017.
CMike44 The screen resolution is just because of the size of the screen. So far I only had problems with old videos on YouTube. The camera is the same and the battery is pretty good. I unplugged my phone around midnight last night. 14 hours later, I used only 15%. Like I said, the size of the screen kind of sucks compare to the XL, but the phone feels all right once you have it with you.
Carlos Contreras I have galaxy s6 so I think the screen size on the regular will be comparable but the speed and battery life will be the big plus. I think I'm going to switch to the regular. But I wish the screen resolution was higher
CMike44 Yeah, it is crazy. I wanted to get the LGV20, but I wasn't going to get a discount for it. I have the Pixel 128GB right now and it is pretty good so far. I used to have a LG4 (5.5 inches screen), so my main reason to get the XL was the bigger screen.
Carlos Contreras I may switch to the regular 128 but I probably won't get any discounts because my shipping date isn't for a month. This is ridiculous. Assuming they push me to April and assuming a 1 year release cycle that means the pixel 2 will be announced before people have the 1
Personally I'd got for the XL model as I am a heavy user and I love my battery life (despite my crappy S5 right now) so i personally think that extra money would be worth it. Great video Saf! Really loving your content!!
I am using a Moto X Pure and an iPhone 6. I prefer my large Moto X Pure over the small iPhone 6. Even though I am fine with the Moto X Pure's size, there is a convenience factor with a small phone. It is more comfortable to carry in my pocket and it is somewhat easier for one hand use. I wouldn't upgrade to either Pixel or Pixel XL until I see a price drop though. I would still prefer the Pixel over an iPhone or Galaxy though.
I would get the Pixel XL, just because I have the Google (Motorola) Nexus 6 and I love that 5.96" screen, the Pixel XL would already seem too small. The price on the Google Pixel and Pixel XL is too much though.
I need a more detailed comparison Saf, this was basically just a spec sheet read out. Show us the differences in screen quality in a number of situations, do a real life battery test on both, use both for a week and tell us if there are any situations where the Pixel's larger size was more cumbersome in real life scenarios. Thanks.
Hey saf. Can you do a HTC 10 vs Pixel/Pixel XL video. The price of the htc 10 is much lower and it also packs some awesome features and is almost like the stock Android. Would like to know which one is better.
Well, if it was up to me,Pixel would win.. So the S7 edge is a very premium looking and feeling phone (-fingerprint magnet) but however it is getting a bit old. The updates will come much more often to the Pixel. Google has even pronounced that they will keep up with updates with the pixel devices for 2 years. Samsung is already heading up to the new S8 phones which basically means they'll forget about the S7s. Pixel also has a killer camera and i love the design.
will be going for pixel not the xl one .and main is the phone is not worth for the money paid as nexus devices were much cheaper with this kind of high end performance .this time google has not done a good job with such high price..
Am starting to feel this device is overrated. I mean its not that good looking actually its kinda ugly. the specs are high but so is many others. the camera is good in some aspects like its competitors. the battery is like all others on the industry average. So why everyone consider this to be the next gen smartphone? whats so special about it?
osamaFXX And they are saying they will only offer 2 years of updates. I know people who still have a iPhone 4s and are getting updates. That 2 year thing they said kind of bothers me honestly. And I have a S5 Samsung.
Old comments, I know, but I want to say this.
I'm an ex-iSheep and based on my memory, iPhones have always had similar or better benchmark scores compared to flagship Android of their times with a whole lot less to work with hardware wise. This is where iSheep try and justify why iOS is better. So why are you acting surprised that the iPhone 7 performs better in benchmarks? I'm not, but it does not make a difference. Android fanboys have never bragged about benchmark scores, but they have with spec sheets. That's where Fandroids justified their OS.
I carry both an iP7 and a Pixel XL and I can tell you, it does not make a damn difference. They're both incredibly snappy and fast in general. Buttery smooth on both of them. The iPhone does some things better than the Pixel. The Pixel does some things better than the iPhone. Personally, I like the Pixel more than the iPhone. It's overall a much nicer phone to use.
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