metalbassist, 27 Feb 2017iphones are garbage though lol and ios sucks. Common knowledge.You are totally wrong
DieHardAndroidUser, 24 Feb 2017Gee, if I wanted an iPhone I could just by from Apple. This is an iPhone wannabe with Google's... moreYou should look into LG they are the only ones making phones with swap-able batteries, but not for long i guess take a look at their new flagship the G6, the battery is sealed in but the phone looks superb, only other option that i see is V20.
metalbassist, 27 Feb 2017iphones are garbage though lol and ios sucks. Common knowledge.That means at least two brands' phones suck.
Gee, if I wanted an iPhone I could just by from Apple. This is an iPhone wannabe with Google's name on it. Thanks, but no thanks, as I want expandible storage and swappable battery.
Myusuf786, 21 Feb 2017Google pixel xl The Best Camera Phone I have ever seen no smartphone can be compared as in camera'swhat about Vivo v5 plus?
Huawei mate 9?
HTC desire 10 pro?
mike360000, 05 Feb 2017Wife and I originally bought Note 7s. After the swap outs we bought home tested S7 Edges. No d... moreMike,
What about the camera performance between pixel XL and V20? Your comment is truly sincere and helpfull. I'm looking for a phone with best camera and if it would be similar to the Notes, better.
Google pixel xl The Best Camera Phone I have ever seen no smartphone can be compared as in camera's
hi everyone i am using pixel xl last 2 days brand new phone phone is great amazing experience i really enjoy using myself but i am facing the wifi connectivity issue i done herd reset all things but nothing work out wifi connection is very week dont why he is struggling to download some time fine after a mint crashing please gave me suggestion and advice how i fix it thanks very much
Aesthetics not much to look at. Top notch software and hardware however. Overpriced like iphone. Awaiting the LG G6 as upgrade to my current stellar G3. If not to my liking then it's a choice between the other 2 flagships carried by my provider, iphone 7 plus and pixel xl. As Apple doesn't hold much of an appeal to over android me it will most likely be pixel xl. Minimalistic on the outside but solid on the inside.
Aditya, 07 Feb 2017The great phone but could be better
Competition of 2 kings is now between 3
i... morehaha ha.
no waterproofing .
those uglyyy bezels all around the display. looks like a 2014 phone.
no beauty like s7/edge & ip7plus.
even op3t is better looking than this.
The great phone but could be better
Competition of 2 kings is now between 3
iPhone is only about processing, at this point of time also they us LCD displays.battery is just not enough, it doesnt have fast charging
Ai is just okay and camera may be good at there end but all gets bad due to LCD fhd display. Os okay at user experience but no root, apps from unknown resources, and apple store is just not easy at pocket
Samsung is all about illogical thinking. They god knows why keep camera bumping out. It can get easily scratched if we move it around a table (camera facing down) why do u need to make so small speakers. Only focusing in display and user experience they have not got processing. What will u do of better looks if it wastes one second on just loading. Os updates not more than for 2 years. Why? Like Google did by giving nougat to nexus 6. Why cant they do give the latest android that phone can run . And repairs is to be mentioned s7 was given repairability rating of 3/10. And removable battery which either blasts off or needs to be replaced after year, increasing Samsung's profit
Google Pixel is a full course.It has great camera (highest dxomark rating), great processor( antutu 10th benchmark rating) display(Super AMOLED display) battery(fast charging 3.0 and better power managment) AI(THE BEST Google assistant) and last but not the least the only thing google doesnt have is bloatware
Wife and I originally bought Note 7s. After the swap outs we bought home tested S7 Edges. No dice.... The Notes were simply a better phone but had their quirks as do all phones. My thinking was I would never find a phone to equal the Notes, and that was true of the Edges. Wife eventually got a Pixel XL and I a V20. We traded use of the phones to compare, with the intent of possibly trading in the one we didn't like as well.
Conclusion is: We both liked both phones, though I preferred the V20 even better than the Notes. (Use the right stylus on the V20, and it works just about as well as a Note.) Wife at this point rated both dead even. She didn't have a preference, but liked both better than the Notes.
I really liked the Pixel XL, but in terms of everyday use the V20 won out. None of the "cons" listed by the writers are actually notable to us. However personally, the one thing I didn't like on the V20 was the back side, on/off button with fingerprint reader. Also the Google VR does not work on the V20 as once stated, early on, that it would.
Wife decided to keep the Pixel for herself and I kept the V20. We were both wore out from the hassles of trading so many phones.
In reading the review on the Pixel XL here, the writers got at least 1 thing wrong. The Pixel XL is in NO WAY louder with its' external speaker than the V20. Nowhere close. Nor is it close in speaker quality when connected to decent speakers. We know this for fact as we have compared both phones. Wife agrees though, the speaker phone loudness didn't matter to her. She was more concerned and impressed with the connected speakers.
Alexander Paul, 01 Feb 2017Nice and Good Smartphone. however lately after the latest system update the wifi or hotspot co... moreI have a Nexus 6P and we are most likely running the same android version. For me the wifi hotspot only works when my phone is unlocked. Might fix it for you as well.