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Two new Google Pixel phones were released consecutively, the Google Pixel 2 and the Google Pixel 2 XL. However, due to several factors, Google has decided to give its full attention to publicise the Pixel XL over Pixel 2. While it is true the Pixel XL is the better looking, more functional (and more pricey) sibling of the two Pixel’s, Pixel XL has come with its fair share of problems which are making many of the Pixel fans turn towards the Pixel 2 for comfort.
If asked for an honest comparison between Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, experts would tell you to go for the younger sibling; the Google Pixel 2. While Pixel 2 costs lesser than the Pixel 2 XL and comes in a much smaller frame, it still hold a he price tag of Rs.61, 000. While the Pixel 2 is not immune to the issues faced by the Pixel XL, good news is that on the Pixel 2, most of these issues are fixable through the software.
While the build quality, look and feel of both phones are almost identical, the Pixel 2 comes in a smaller frame of 5 inches only. The super AMOLED display is only complemented with the new SATURATED feature on the display of the Google Pixel 2, making colours even brighter, more vibrant, and pictures standing out and look crisp.
One of the distinct advantages of Pixel 2 over the Pixel 2 XL is that the Pixel 2 does not come with the blue tint which Pixel 2 XL does, which seems to be a favtor of annoyance amongst the users of the Pixel 2 XL. The fingerprint sensor on the Google Pixel 2 works very well and users are satisfied with its speed and placement of the button on the device. Pixel 2 XL users complained about the on screen navigation buttons staying switch on on the screen which caused an image retention issue. However, Pixel 2 users do not face this issue, as the on screen navigation buttons dim automatically.
Pixel 2 comes with a powerful octa-core Snapdragon Qualcomm 835 processor. With 4 GB of RAM, users can make a choice between an internal memory of either 64 GB or 128 GB. However, it is advisable to research well and be aware of your individual requirements when deciding on which memory capacity to choose on your Pixel 2, as there is no expandable memory available. You will be stuck with what ever memory capacity you decide to choose.
The Pixel 2 is certified by IP67 to be dust resistant and water proof, which is great for users who are very active and always on the go. You can also enjoy the NFC feature and two front facing stereo speakers for added sound experience. One of the most unique features on the Google Pixel 2 is that you can now summon the aid of your Google Assistant by simply squeezing the pressure sensitive sides of your device.
You can enjoy the latest vanilla Android Oreo 8.0 in built on your Google Pixel 2. The new and updated home screen and launcher is a refreshing look on the otherwise drab and boring looking external design on the Google Pixel 2.
For users who are not faxed by the smaller screen size and boring design, the Google Pixel 2 is a safe choice which you will definitely not regret making!