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2. Google is an American multinational technology company with expertise in Internet-related products and services. Unlike earlier, when it produced a line of the Android-based smartphones in collaboration with OEMs, the Pixel series was announced in 2016 and was fully developed and marketed by Google itself.

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  • Amazing configuration
  • Nougat OS
  • Good cameras
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  • Non expandable memory
  • Single SIM

After the success of the Nexus series, Google is back with a bang with Pixel XL, which is a powerful device with a good pair of cameras. The excellent display properties would make the users fall in love with it. However, the device lacks little features at such high price. But if you have a craze of using the latest version of Android OS, do give it a check.

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Display and configuration

With 5.5 inches screen size and an AMOLED display, the Google Pixel XL flaunts a superb pixel density of 534 ppi and a resolution of 1,440 x 2,560. A capacitive touch screen responds well to multi touch. This device has been very generously configured with two dual-core, Kryo processors which clocks upto a speed of 2.15 GHz and 1.59 GHz respectively and a chipset of Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 MSM8996, which, along with 4GB RAM, makes multitasking and gaming a wonderful experience. The graphical interface is looked after by a GPU of Adreno 530.

Camera and storage

The Google Pixel XL comes with a 12MP primary camera which, along with LED Flash, Exposure compensation, ISO control, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR), etc. processes images of 4,000 x 3,000 pixels. The front camera too, follows close behind with an 8MP lens that is excellent for selfies and video calling. The device is fed with 32GB internal memory which cannot be expanded any further.

Battery and connectivity

The Google Pixel XL is powered by a 3,450mAh li-polymer, non-replaceable which keeps the device alive for long hours. In the connectivity department, the smartphone is loaded with single SIM that supports 4G, Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/b/g/n/n 5GHz, v4.2 bluetooth, A-GPS, Glonass, mobile hotspot, NFC and USB type C.
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Android v7.1 (Nougat)
  • Performance
  • Display
  • Camera
  • Battery
  • 32 GB, Non Expandable
  • Supports Indian bands
  • VoLTE
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • Gorilla Glass 4
  • USB OTG Support
  • No FM Radio
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Google Pixel XL Review

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Google Pixel XL review: Nexus tweaked to pixel perfection

The Pixel XL, and its sibling the Pixel, mark a significant shift in strategy for Google

Nov 07 2016 By Deepak Dhingra

The thing with the Google Pixel XL (and the Pixel, since it’s essentially the same except for differences in screen and battery) is, there’s very little to complain about. Okay, it isn’t waterproof, and that does seem like a glaring omission on Google’s part. Samsung’s Galaxy S7 (review) and S7 edge (review) are, and when they came out, they seemed to be the only mainstream flagships that were waterproof. But Apple’s latest iPhones are also waterproof, which means that this is a feature I’d expect from every premium flagship smartphone now. Bafflingly, the Pixel smartphones also lack VoLTE support, but I refuse to believe that a premium flagship (or any other smartphone launched in 2016 except the most basic ones for that matter) can ignore that feature. especially with Reliance’s Jio creating big waves in the country. I’m willing to give the Pixels benefit of doubt on that, and hope a software patch can bring VoLTE support. These niggles apart, the Pixel pair for me, represents the very best of Android. The only thing that comes close on the Android side is the Galaxy S7 duo, and with its solid performance, capable cameras and imperviousness to water, presents stiff competition… and the significantly lower outlay they involve also works in their favour. The pricing of the Pixel phones is a heart stopper, and puts the siblings out of reach for many. That however, seems to be the positioning Google has chosen and there’s no budging from that. One of the key reasons why Apple’s iPhones offer very smooth performance is said to be the complete control the Cupertino major has over both the hardware and software side of things, and with the Pixel smartphones, Google has been able to deliver the perfect marriage of hardware and software on the Android side. So if you can afford their asking price, and don’t want to compromise on the usage experience, the Pixel smartphones are well worth a buy. And then there’s the promise of timely platform updates from Google, fresh from the factory… Android aficionados never had it so good. 

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4.4 /5 BASED ON 1,494 RATING(S)
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awesome camera (33)
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awesome battery backup (16)
average battery backup (1)
bad battery backup (3)
battery issue (1)
awesome display (6)
awesome phone (76)
value for money (3)
average performance (1)
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hanging issue (2)
heating issue (16)
awesome performance (2)
poor sound (1)
fast charging (5)
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fingerprint sensor (5)
optical image stabilization (1)
service center (1)
build quality (3)
pixel density (1)
usb type-c (2)
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low light (4)
metal finish (1)
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Great minimalist phone
25 Oct 2016 By Aanjaney Priyadarshi On

The phone build is pretty solid. But it doesn't quite have the wow factor. In fact the XL I found to be pretty big for my hands (yes I don't have a big palm/fingers) even though the length and width is the same as OnePlus 3. Its mainly due to slippery sides and greater thickness vs. the OP3. But the software is a gem. No slowdown, no bugs, no juggling with the settings to get something to work. Everything just works. But that's also its downside. It just about works than trying to wow you. Appreciate the amazing and consistent camera, battery life, screen, etc. But then no features for power users to make the stock Android more productive. Google Assistant is great but that is just 1 feature and may not remain exclusive to Pixel for long anyway.nn## Screen & responsiveness - Excellent. Almost iPhone like responsiveness with a top notch AMOLED screenn## Camera - Amazing. Best you can get in the market for now.n## Form factor and ergonomics - Average. Not for small hands. Try the Pixel in that case instead of the XL variant, unless VR is absolutely necessary for you (2K display vs. 1080p)n## Battery - Good for now (Both Standby and SOT) ... Based on less than 24 hrs of usagen## OS - Clean and fast. Vanilla Android (Nexus users will be at home)n## Customization - Almost nil vs. what's in stock Android Nougatn## Call Quality - Fantasticn## Speakers - Loud for daily use but just above average for a single speaker setupn## Google Assistant - Fun and most productive while driving or when you have your hands busy. Otherwise you will still use Google search more than AI (unless you don't find it weird talking to your phone alone or with people around)nnWhat I miss based on my usage of other devices -nn1.) Double Tap to Wake Screen or Trigger Ambient Displayn2.) Lack of Ambient Display on "Wake to Lift". It only lights when notifications arrive, that's it. May be it will get fixed later via an OTAn3.) Capacitative buttons vs software buttons to save more screen estatennI still recommend getting this device. You will not be overwhelmed by it. But it will grow on your slowly. Just don't expect too much after unboxing the device. Remember for any device to do everything that it promises is still tough. There are always conflicts and/or compromises and/or bugs. I haven't found any for this one yet.

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Avoid buying Pixel from flipkart.
24 Dec 2016 By Flipkart Customer On

Google store warranty conditions do not apply for the purchases outside google store. If you are crazy about this device (like I was before), buy from google store itself. In fact, I strongly recommend not to buy due to the poor service they are providing in India. nnMy brand new pixel xl stopped 'powering on' on the 12th day of purchase :Purchased on 11th Nov 2016, stopped working on Nov 23rd . I lodged complaint with google customer service center on the same day. Since I was out of the country, I could take it to service center only after I got back to India (on 25th day of purchase). The service center guys informed me that I'm eligible for replacement since the phone stopped working within 14 days of purchase. But they wanted a mail from google customer care, confirming my complaint on Nov 23rd. I have been following up with google customer care ever since then. After initial positive responses, today they responded saying that "Google Store warranty policy covers only for the devices purchased from Google stores.". Google store website itself lists flipkart as the online partner without mentioning this loophole. I strongly recommend not to buy this device in India. Service is provided by HTC in India. Due to the disconnect between HTC and google, I'm not getting what I deserve - replacement of the phone which stopped working on 12th day of purchase. This is not acceptable after paying 67K for a phone. Here is the mail from google customer service. n_______nnHi Tiju, nThank you for contacting Google Support Team. nThis email is in regards to the conversation we had on 23rd Nov, 2016 regarding the problem (the device won't power on) you're facing with your Pixel XL device. nAs already discussed with you, Google Store's warranty policy covers devices purchased from Google stores. As the device is purchased from a different retailer, it isn't covered by the Google Store's warranty policy. You can take your device to a walk in service center to explore warranty and repair options. nIf you have any more questions, please reply to this email. I'm happy to help! nThanks!

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Google Pixel XL Specifications

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Key Specs
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 MSM8996 Pro
Rear Camera 12.3 MP
Front Camera 8 MP
Battery 3450 mAh
Display 5.5 inches
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Launch Date October 13, 2016 (Official)
Operating System Android v7.1 (Nougat)
Custom UI Stock
Very Good
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Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 MSM8996 Pro
CPU Quad core (2.15 GHz, Dual core, Kryo + 1.6 GHz, Dual core, Kryo)
Architecture 64 bit
Fabrication 14 nm
Graphics Adreno 530
Very Good
Display Type AMOLED
Screen Size 5.5 inches (13.97 cm)
Resolution 1440 x 2560 pixels
Pixel Density 534 ppi
Best in Class
Screen to Body Ratio (calculated) 71.04 %
Screen Protection Corning Gorilla Glass v4,
Touch Screen Yes, Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch
Height 154.7 mm Compare Size
Width 75.7 mm
Thickness 8.5 mm
Very Good
Weight 168 grams
Build Material Case: Metal
Back: Metal
Colours Black, Blue, Silver
Best in Class
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Main Camera
Camera Setup Single
Resolution 12.3 MP f/2.0 Primary Camera(2.3" sensor size, 1.55µm pixel size)
Sensor Exmor-R CMOS image sensor
Autofocus Yes, Phase Detection autofocus, Laser autofocus
Flash Yes, Dual LED Flash
Image Resolution 4032 x 3024 Pixels
Settings Exposure compensation, ISO control
Shooting Modes Continuos Shooting
High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)
Camera Features Digital Zoom
Auto Flash
Face detection
Touch to focus
Video Recording 3840x2160 @ 30 fps
1920x1080 @ 120 fps
1280x720 @ 240 fps
Front Camera
Camera Setup Single
Resolution 8 MP f/2.4 Primary Camera
Flash No
Video Recording 1920x1080 @ 30 fps
Very Good
Capacity 3450 mAh
Type Li-ion
Removable No
TalkTime Up to 32 Hours(3G)
Quick Charging Yes, Fast
USB Type-C Yes
Best in Class
Internal Memory 32 GB
Expandable Memory No
Storage Type UFS 2.0
Network & Connectivity
SIM Slot(s) Single SIM, GSM
SIM Size SIM1: Nano
Network Support 4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G
4G Bands:
TD-LTE 2600(band 38) / 2300(band 40) / 2500(band 41) / 1900(band 39)
FD-LTE 2100(band 1) / 1800(band 3) / 2600(band 7) / 900(band 8) / 700(band 28) / 1900(band 2) / 1700(band 4) / 850(band 5) / 700(band 13) / 700(band 17) / 850(band 18) / 850(band 19) / 800(band 20) / 1500(band 21) / 850(band 26)
3G Bands:
UMTS 1700 / 1900 / 2100 / 800 / 850 / 900 MHz
2G Bands:
GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz
Wi-Fi Yes, Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/b/g/n/n 5GHz
Wi-Fi Features Mobile Hotspot
Bluetooth Yes, v4.2
GPS Yes with A-GPS, Glonass
FM Radio No
Loudspeaker Yes
Audio Jack 3.5 mm
Fingerprint Sensor Yes
Fingerprint Sensor Position Back
Other Sensors Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Barometer, Compass, Gyroscope
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    Answered by Anusha Aggarwal | 2 years ago


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    Yes, Google Pixel is a 4G Volte phone and supports Jio sim as well. You will surely experience enhanced voice quality and faster internet browsing and download speed. You can also use its native video calling feature for video calls.

    To view, the complete specifications click here: Google Pixel XL

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    Answered by Saquib Jayaraman | 3 years ago


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    Google Pixel 2 XL vs Google Pixel XL

    Both the phones have their pros and cons,lets analyze:-

    Advantages of Google Pixel 2 XL

    1.Octa Core CPU:-More cores result in better parallelism, meaning more tasks can be processed in parallel without slowing down the User Interface.

    2.Bigger Screen:-Reading, browsing internet and watching movies is more pleasing experience on a bigger screen.

    3.Better Screen Resolution:-More resolution means sharper and crisper screen.

    4.Slimmer:-Slimmer devices are easier to carry.

    5.More Storage Capacity:-More memory allows you to store more songs, videos, photos and install more applications.

    Verdict - In my opinion,Google Pixel 2 XL is better overall performance and price

    You can also compare these devices on 91mobiles

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    Answered by Mayank Singh | 4 years ago


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    The OnePlus 3 is a far better phone, trust me I have been using this phone for a few months now and its performance is outstanding, I don't think any of the Google phones can give such smooth performance
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  • Answered by Sumit Moun | 3 years ago

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    LG G6 is better you can check in YouTube
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  • Which is a better phone between OnePlus 5T, Google Pixel XL 2 and iPhone X?

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