Vaibhav, 29 Oct 2016Motto and Xiomi suck when it comes to quality and durability. Xiomi just feels cheap in hand Have you ever used any of Motorola or Xiaomi phones?
They are better and sturdy built.
You would know if you have experienced it. But your comment prooves that you have not even touched any of above 2.
Take any Samsung and it will look pathetic in few months.
Vaibhav, 29 Oct 2016Motto and Xiomi suck when it comes to quality and durability. Xiomi just feels cheap in hand buy a 20k handset of any company you will get both durability and quality.. Google sucking on phones. Its seeling its name not phone.. price is high coz GOOGLE name is there. It don't deserve 57k. its should not be more than 20k with respect to specs
Gogs, 01 Nov 2016Actually nothing new here. Mobile market is slowing down because there isn't anything revoluti... moreIts your opinion mate.the price is high but you have take it in your hand first before say bad words about whatever thing like this.its important
Mjdsouza, 01 Nov 2016How's the ram management, can it keep at least 10 apps in memory without refreshing.its ok for now, but in 5 months probably not as good. typical android.
I see GSM Arena has posted a review and battery endurance tests for the Pixel XL. Will they be posting a review and battery endurance tests for the Pixel also? If so, when is it expected to be posted to the site?
Pajson89, 01 Nov 2016i think its same as iphone7 max is 8 apps running ,but still ok ;)I disagree
Mjdsouza, 01 Nov 2016How's the ram management, can it keep at least 10 apps in memory without refreshing.i think its same as iphone7 max is 8 apps running ,but still ok ;)
How's the ram management, can it keep at least 10 apps in memory without refreshing.
Actually nothing new here. Mobile market is slowing down because there isn't anything revolutionary and today even cheap "no-name" Chinese phone is very similar to the much expensive flagship from some established company. In fact I have bought Lumia 950 just because it differs from lousy androids (also because today it's cheap and has fantastic camera). Speaking of, Lumia 950 is most underrated phone today, just like this Pixel is the most overrated. And certainly overpriced.
Yawn.Nothing new to see here.It seems like new phones gain a little processor power,little memory,little bit better camera,etc etc.Am I the only one that feels phones,apart from their operating systems,some of which could be better or more streamlined,have really gone as far as they are going to go for a while.The only diff I can see worthy of upgrade is if it can handle a great blur free VR experience...or if it doesn't self combust.
Anonymous, 30 Oct 2016Why no battery test?Google Pixel XL review is available since 28 Oct 2016 on GSMA with its Battery test.
Google Pixel are being reviewed.
Plus GSMA has complete list of detailed battery test for most of the devices.
Request you to use phone and information technology smartly. Don't be a literate dumb.
IPhone 7 google pixel are the best phones till now.pixel phone is high price and scaner rear.
I heard the 32gb version was gonna cost around Â€800 in our country if/when it's released. No way in 800 years I'd pay that much for this phone unless I'm a millionaire! Nothing in this phone is worth that much. Nothing! Google seems to want to be the next Apple with their exclusive hardware, only accessible to people with way too much money >.> 500-600 euros would have been enough to compete with Samsung's flagships, the S7 and S7 Edge.
And despite the steep price the Pixel was already sold out in the US. So there must be a lot of stupid people living there who happen to be rich too.
ZOE INT, 29 Oct 2016Google had to my opinion 2 mistakes: price- I'm sure Samsung will see more sales of 7s and edg... moreI disagree. I don't buy the "more is better" marketing hype in which over the years the screens, resolution, number of processors, and price keep getting bigger. I don't want anything bigger than 5" in my pocket. I still use a non tablet computer for most things. I type 53 wpm I cannot do that on any touchscreen, no matter how large.