I can't figure out where to how to get that vibration working working on the pixel can't find it anywhere. Did however find a place where you can read the template sensor, weird that they didn't list it in the specs.
Also and now without joking around, great specs in this thing, battery is super. Only issue would be that it has a small hardware issue that Google (or LG) does look to solve. One of the sides of the screen cable can get louse and you will lose that side. Send a free new one for you send the old one back, but still a pain for some people.
Does the jack socket allow connecting TRRS microphone (like Rode Smartlav+) to record sound?
517 grams is heavy.
Google should make a 2560 x 1920 resolution 7.9" tablet to complete with the iPad Mini. Charge a little more because it would be better!
I have bought a pixel C 32 GB a year ago. Since than the tablet WENT WRONG 3 times! The problem was with the display all 3 times: it didn't respond or didn't refresh correctly. I also had problems with the wifi, it disconnects sometimes.
I just had to send it back, and they replaced it, but it is NOT a stable device in my opinion. If you want a ready-to-use tablet DO NOT buy this one, it's not stable.
I won't buy first generation products in the future :(.
try looking at this phone from the side, its slick, i really love it, it plays great music and more! but at the same time this product has made me feel like a better option is the iphone6+ due to its easy customizability and comfortability. I like Samsung.
NICO402, 17 Jan 2017My Pixel C does not have "Night Light" in the Display options like my Pixel does, I like to th... moreTry rooting and flashing an AOSP Nougat ROM to your Pixel C, if you're not into that, you can always just get a Blue Light Filter from the Play Store (Personal Recommendation: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.eyefilter.nightmode.bluelightfilter)
Dearest Google android fans.According to the last polling,1000 millions worldwide are using android systems in their devices!!!Supposedly a person just using a minimum of one dollar per day of android systems!!The result is 365,000,000,000 a year amazingly incredibly!!!Of course I know a family whom spend 100 gigs monthly!!Google,s real share is undisclosable for some private reasons!!!Thanks goodness that its security is rising and ascending rapidly and after maybe 2 years will put Microsoft behind too!!Mentionable that Google chrome (About this tablet though have 9 Nos and absence of WiFi ac and a dedicated memory slot but still with paying $600 for a 64 gigs one,you have 3 years of constant Google support,updates and upgrades which logically means you don't need to buy a new tablet!!!That's why Google is called a king with 30,000 scientists and experts working behind mountains or running and ruling the Earth,....)]Thanks everyone everywhere thirsty of knowledge)))] browser in Microsoft devices moves faster than Microsoft browser which is the father and mother of electronic software hardware technology maker!!!
NICO402, 17 Jan 2017My Pixel C does not have "Night Light" in the Display options like my Pixel does, I like to th... moreAlright, for starters, let me say that I think it's ridiculous you're lugging this big a device to bed. I don't judge... but I do.
So, as for Night Light, you have a few options.
1. Grab a screen filter from Google Play
2. Put yourself on an updated custom ROM (I can help you with that if you like, it's great for customizability. I recommend Pure Nexus: https://forum.xda-developers.com/pixel-c/development/rom-pure-nexus-substratum-t3537538)
3. Wait for Google to push the Android 7.1 update
My Pixel C does not have "Night Light" in the Display options like my Pixel does, I like to think that using it at night with this feature on would help me sleep easier. How do I get that feature on my Pixel C?
TAO, 21 Oct 2016I prefer the whole communication package 2G to 4G in addition to WIFI IEEE802.11 AC in the Pix... moreReason there will be no SD card slots soon is because of Stutnex. If you don't know what it is looking it up but basically ssd's etc can all be made in secure environment but if you have a card slot so easy for someone to slip in card full of things like Stutnex. Manufacturers know about this and once it came into public domain 5 or so yrs ago only the company's that were at end of design/production process (ie - 3-5 yr) they phased it out quicker as an ex custom rom programmer Google know what their doing if you ever used the old Android market you'll understand as about 70% of it were all adware/malware etc etc .
As for pixel C 64gb liking it powerful tablet and okay for money considering 1.9ghz cput and ddr4 ram .
You mention Lenovo I have the 510 256gb 2gb Radeon video card 8GB ddr4 ram and an i7 2in1 no probs so far and playing xboxone games like Forza even though says graphics don't meet requirements I just turn it up ,sweet as a nut .
Hope I've been of some help .
Per CNET, "Google Pixel C is the best Android tablet money can buy".
The speakers are very tinny the ones on the Samsung tab s 10.5" are so much superior in clarity.
The screen is too narrow, youtube has huge black bars on the top & bottom, the screen needs to be around 10mm wider then the screen would be perfect. Does google do any consumer testing??