Google, a word that exists in almost all the dictionaries, journals, books, etc. was first mooted in the year of 1998 as a software manufacturing firm. It’s not an easy task to become the world’s best search engine within such short period of time, but, Google is one of the best examples that has achieved milestone. But, the desire of being more powerful never dies and thus the firm has now come up with a new idea. For the very first time, Google has launched its self-made smartphones christened as Pixel and Pixel XL.
An event in San Francisco had been organised to pull the curtains off from the devices. Besides launching the phones, the company has also broken up with the smartphone firm, Nexus, which had been Google’s partner since 2008. In terms of price, they are similar to the newly launched iPhone and iPhone 7 Plus, i.e., US $649 for the Pixel and US $769 for the Pixel XL. Both the handsets sport some common features like 4GB RAM, a fingerprint sensor, and an impressive Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor.
Moving to the aesthetic front, both Pixel and Pixel XL have been offered with similar design made of metal and glass body as well as the hardware is more or less identical. Major difference that separates them from one another is their screen sizes, while the former is blessed with a 5-inch AMOLED with resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, the latter is amazed by a 5.5-inch display with resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels. Moreover, the devices will run on 2770 mAh and 3450 mAh of powerful batteries, respectively.
The 12-megapixel camera along with optical image stabilization is claimed to be the best feature of these devices and will surpass every next smartphone with large 1.55 pixel. Outstanding pics can be stored in the Google’s another exciting stuff, the Cloud Storage, where you can create a backup for unlimited pictures and the images will be further stored on Google servers in full resolution. What’s more in this phone is a Google Assistant attribute that work as like Siri you have used in the flagship Apple iPhone series. Furthermore, the devices are integrated with live cases, similar to the one you had seen in Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. Read more news.