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    Top 7 Reasons to Buy Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL

    As we already know the pre-booking of Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices have been started already. The Google pixel 2 will start shipping from November 1 on wards while the other one, Pixel 2 XL, with the larger display size will start delivering from November 15.

    These are one of the high-end devices that are going to be available in the market for next few years. Now, everything comes with some pros and cons. In this post let’s discuss, why you should go for Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL!

    You can read about the pre-order and the offers available over here: Google Pixel 2 Pre-Orders Open in India With tons of Offers on Flipkart

    Stereo Front facing speakers

    Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL got front-facing speakers on them, but with the Pixel 2 XL, Google had to play around a little bit with the formula to get these speakers right. The smaller Pixel 2 sounds great. The speakers are not symmetrical as they are custom designed to fit the size of the phone and provide the best sound performance. This leads to the different sized top and bottom speakers with different performance. So if you are a music lover or you use your device for gaming, Watching movies etc, Pixel 2 devices are great deals for you.

    Made By Google

    Latest Android Version

    Pixel 2 devices come with the latest version of Android. That is Android 8 Oreo. It comes with Guaranteed software updates for next 3 years. So, you will be getting security patches and bug fixes faster than anyone else.

    Also Read: Google launches Android 8.1 Developer Preview for Pixel and Nexus devices

    Better Battery Performance on Pixel 2 XL

    Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL got decent Battery life, lasting just over 28 hours between charges.

    Pixel 2 by Google

    Best Camera phone with Electronic Image stabilization

    Both the front and rear cameras are the same on the Pixel 2 as they are on the bigger Pixel 2 XL. The 12.2-megapixel camera on the Pixel 2 is fantastic. Google’s HDR+ processing produces some of the most detail-rich, well-balanced photos of any smartphone, and makes it difficult to capture a bad photo. Low light performance is excellent, but it lacks extensive manual controls. The eight-megapixel selfie camera is also cracking, while motion stills are a fun gimmick. Google’s Portrait Mode is also very good.

    Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are Very user-friendly

    Pixel 2 devices and The new Android Oreo are very user-friendly. The new Settings app is a great example: Google has reduced the number of sections to dig into, and more advanced settings are tucked away in drop-down menus. That means you may need to do a little more tapping to find what you’re looking for, but overall, it’s friendlier to newcomers. Besides, you can just use the system-wide search to find what you need.

    Google Assistant on a squeeze

    The Pixels also pack what was once an HTC-exclusive feature: pressure-sensitive edges that can be squeezed to activate Google’s Assistant. It’s a neat feature for anyone who hates the idea of saying “OK, Google” in public.

    Also Read: Soon you might be able to Summon Google Assistant just by Saying Hey Google

    Unlimited Full Quality Google Photos Backup

    Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL comes with free, unlimited original-quality storage for photos and videos taken with Pixel through the end of 2020, and free, unlimited high-quality storage for photos taken with Pixel afterward.

    If you have more points with you and want us to add them to the list, mention them in the comment section.

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