Google Pixel and Pixel XL hands-on!

Google has unveiled its new Pixel and Pixel XL, the first phones made and branded by the company itself. Check out our hands-on video for the details, and then read the rest of our coverage at www.androidcentral.com/pixel !

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35 thoughts on “Google Pixel and Pixel XL hands-on!

  1. Whats so special about the Google iPhone thats worth that price tag? It looks like the design department just copied & paste.

  2. How did the XL model feel in the hand? Is it a little bit too large to use comfortably with one hand? I used to have the nexus 6 and felt that it was huge. Would you do but the regular model or the XL model?

  3. IMO ugly and I would hate not having a search bar on every screen. Also, if you hold home for assistant where is screen search/on tap?

  4. A huge forehead and chin, no ip67. no sd card slot, and a ridiculous price? I can't believe I'm saying this, but no thanks. :-/

  5. I think it looks pretty awesome. Maybe sometime in the future I'll grab one. I haven't been in the "Nexus" game since the N5. This could bring me back. On a random note, I have the LG G5 now and I must say. Phones without the wide angle lens like the G5 could be a deal breaker. I kind of can't give it up at this point. Anyway, well done Google. From what I can see you've made a solid device.

  6. Being a Google branded phone I would think it would offer a variation of a lot more color options. By the way the aluminum and the glass back is a pretty bad combination. This is just my personal opinion.

  7. All phones look the same these days (this one looks like apple) – Google need build its own hardware, if it wanted to seriously becoming a contender in the smart phone segment – For the moment it looks like Google is happy to play, in its comfort zone, focus on software and let HTC or some XYZ company make the phone. I think this is largely to do with software professionals mindset to live in a virtual world feel that their software will do the trick. That may work in a Uber app – but not on a Tesla Car or Google phone or even Google car.

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