The Pixel 2XL is Google’s newest flagship smartphone, and it’s packing some pretty impressive hardware.
It has a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display, a quad-core Snapdragon 835 processor, a 16GB of RAM, a 5MP front-facing camera, a 20MP rear-facing one, and Android 7.1 Nougat with Google’s Sense 6.0 interface.
You can also add a bunch of optional accessories including a microphone and a headphone jack, and you can also unlock the device with a fingerprint scanner.
The Pixel XL comes with 32GB of internal storage, and there’s a microSD card slot for expandable storage up to 128GB.
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The phone has an octa-core processor, which is good for some tasks, and runs Android Marshmallow with a bunch, and Google’s Pixel branding makes it very appealing to Android fans.
It’s also one of the few phones with a 16MP rear camera, which gives it a nice edge in selfies and other selfie-centric situations.
The camera app, meanwhile, is quite good.
Pixel owners will appreciate a few improvements over the original Pixel, like the ability to record 4K video, HDR video, and better noise reduction.
The rear camera is still limited to a standard-definition resolution, but the front-firing shooter will get some upgrades to better capture better photos in the coming years.
The biggest selling point is the camera, and in the Pixel, it’s still pretty impressive.
The device has a 6.3-inch Full HD display, which has a pixel density of 2560×1600 pixels, and that’s great for those with bigger screens.
The display is a bit sharper than the Pixel XL’s 5.5-inch 1080p display, but that doesn’t really matter in the grand scheme of things.
We’d argue that it’s a bit less useful than a 1440p display for most people, and if you’re not an enthusiast you’ll likely be fine with the smaller display.
The only issue we see with the Pixel is the fact that it has a lot of plastic on the back, which might feel a bit awkward in your hands.
However, the plastic on this phone is really just a cosmetic thing, and no one really complained about it.
The back of the Pixel features a fingerprint sensor, which lets you unlock the phone with a swipe.
The fingerprint sensor is located at the top of the device, and once you swipe up on the fingerprint sensor you’ll be prompted to unlock the Pixel with your fingerprint.
Google’s fingerprint sensor on the Pixel.
Google says the fingerprint scanner on the top left of the phone is the most secure and secure part of the fingerprint reader, but this isn’t always the case.
In some situations, it might be a bit too easy to accidentally unlock the screen.
There’s also a little capacitive button on the bottom of the front camera that lets you toggle between Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and on the right of the camera you’ll find a fingerprint reader.
You’ll also be able to unlock with a simple press of a button on either side of the screen, which can make it a bit difficult to read notifications on your Pixel.
It may be a little hard to get used to the fingerprint-scanning feature, but it’s pretty easy to use.
The most important part of Google Pixel’s design is the bezel around the top, which houses the Pixel’s fingerprint scanner and LED flash.
The bezel is also a good indication of the size of the display.
In other words, it looks bigger when it’s taller.
The front of the smartphone has a single speaker and LED LED light.
This is an interesting feature for Google Pixel owners, because it’s not uncommon for phones to come with dual speakers and a single LED light, and we like that this is a one-time feature on Pixel.
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Google is now offering a handful of Android phones with Google Pixel branding, and with each of them, the Pixel phones come with a unique fingerprint sensor and LED light that can toggle between two different wireless charging modes.
The key is that all the Pixel devices have the same fingerprint scanner, so if you want to use Google Pixel on one device and Google Pixel Plus on another, the same scanner will work for both.
And it’s possible to unlock your Pixel with the same sensor on both devices.
We found this to be pretty handy, since it makes it easy to swap out devices, but if you need more customization you