The cat that you see when clicking on the Nougat logo is actually a easter egg, go to the status bar ans click on the pencil (edit)and scroll down to a cat and "android easter egg" or "???"
Put it into the status bar and you'll get an empty dish, tap on it and you'll get 4 options : treat, bits, fish and a chicken. Click on one of these. After a while, you'll get a notification that will tell you : a cat is here. Tap on the notification and you'll be redirected into a page with a cat.
BTW when you tap the N (Nouget logo) and see the cat 🐱, pull down your notification bar, and tap edit. Then add the cat icon. Choose a treat and cats will start coming and eating that treat. So you need to add another treat. You can name the cats by taping on them, when new ones come. Hope that helped. 😃
Google Pixel (Indian version) has this pinkish tint in on the the amoled panel.
The haptic engine is cheap. Mine crashed the third day. The front facing camera captures dead pixel (2 to 5 violet or/and red dots), which was visible on zooming and observing the dark areas.
Although I am a Nexus and Android fan, I had to reluctantly return my pixel for an I Phone 7 plus as the htc made hardware was just not up to the mark. with note 7 dead I found 7 plus as the only available alternative in terms of performance, battery life and camera.
Also the price tag it comes with in India is whooping ($ 1100) or 76,000 Rupees, which I thought was way too much, after using that phone for almost a week.
I like the back of the pixel apart from the camera section, the camera section looks ugly. The proximity sensor on the front is also hideous. It has a huge bezel below the screen that is completely empty space, they could of at least put a button there or something. I don't really see any draw to this phone vs the iPhone, no wireless charging, no removable storage, etc. The only thing I can see that it maybe slightly outperforms the iPhone in is the camera.
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