After Google Inc. released its first ever pixel phone in the market, its successor, the Pixel XL has been making noise and still counting on the good side of its production. It was introduced in the market last October of 2016 and had been gaining a lot of positive reviews since then.
It is run by an Android OS and Chrome OS that perfectly fit its features. The design is sleek and much comparable to an iPhone, but with a seamless experience of an easy-to-use Google app. It has been designed to look simple. It has a metal body with an upper rear section made of glass. Color variations are black, silver, and blue, which have a 32 or 128 gigabyte of storage available. What’s best about it is that it has an AMOLED capacitive touch screen that comes with a feature that makes it accessible for soft touch, plus a rear finger sensor. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset supported by a 4 GB RAM that makes it works faster. The rear camera has that surprisingly 12.4 megapixel (EIS) gyros and an 8.0 megapixel (front cam) with phase detection and laser auto-focus. It has been reviewed to have a nice capturing camera due to its premium 16M-colored pixels.
Another thing that people love about this phone is the battery. It has a 3450 mAh that can go up to 552 hours of standby mode, 32 hours of talk time, and 130 hours of music playing. It has a multi-window support and the Nougat v7. 1 OS has an excellent notifications. It has never been a worthy trade for most people that use their phone more often than the usual.
The Goggle Pixel is good for a day-to-day usage, with a bug-free, stable and smooth experience. Ever since its release, people have falling in love with it more and more. The Google Pixel XL has a starting price of £719 out on the market.