Can someone kindly answer my question?
Since the price of the Google Pixel 2 is cheaper in the US and Canada, if I buy one in one of those countries, will the phone work with the network frequencies in the Philippines and other Asian countries?
Thank you very much!
Ha ha ha I've become the joke of the year myself. sorry bro I misunderstand your comment no shame to admit it. Look the thing is : first some of thinesst phones like iPhone 6 had 3.5 port so there is no excuse there second there is no advantage to USB c and lightning.third as someone who live with music 24/7 and posses a lot of high end earphones I can absolutely tell there is no wireless earphone or headphone in the world that can compete with the wired version for god sake only 1 time test 2 earphones side by side thed one wired a very normal pair like Nocs NS500 and the most high end Bluetooth or wireless one like xelento wireless then come back and tell what's the deal with BT and wireless
AnonD-720136, 03 Dec 2017Because those devices aren't limited on space for hardwareHa ha ha joke of the year. Sir could I have 12 Balanced Armatures in my fxa6 instead of 1 ??? No sir but I think apple will release something like that really soon!!!
All earphones have limited space.
PS first understand difference between earbud and earphone
AnonD-719794, 02 Dec 2017There is no better Android phone on the market for the price: don't buy it. Google is a great ... moreI will try to be polite. Your comment isn't about Pixel 2. It's about Youtube app, on any android device, probably ios as well. So you offended posting rules "deliberately and repeatedly bashing the same brand".
There is no better Android phone on the market for the price: don't buy it. Google is a great designer, and did very well. But they forgot one thing: the customers. Google has repeatedly sacrificed user interface for money. We see this when you have to buy Verizon (12 months on cheapest plan costs more than the base pho e), or pay $200 extra. YouTube is a direct app, despite the phone's capability to have it be an indirect one. This means you must have the YouTube app open or the YouTube tab open for sound to play. On a Google chromebook, and any other device, YouTube can play in the background. This useful feature is conveniently locked behind a paywall, and you need YouTube Red (also trash and screws small YouTubers) to have that feature. To top it all off, I have had 3 adds for Uber on the same YouTube page almost every video (including video adds), despite me telling Google "not interested," and "already seen this." I have a car, I don't need Uber.
You can't get a better made Android for the price, but you will pay for it in headaches and frustrations. Don't buy it, try and see if Google learns from it's mistakes in the Pixel 3. I hope it does...
AnonD-623081, 21 Oct 2017actually i dont know a single person whos listening music from his phone via headphone jack.. ... moreI actually use wired headphones as a matter of choice and probably you should too...because bluetooth is a wireless device and adds to wireless radiation around you..so you want to avoid further radiation or bathe in more wire less radiation?? So that's where all the cribbings and "why did they remove headphone jacks" talk come from...Hope you get it..no?
I think its a good, powerful phone and will consider the purchase of it! :)
AnonD-431150, 15 Nov 2017People like me, who reasonable treat a smartphone as simply a smartphone, need to justify payi... moreCarphonewarehouse did it again. £50 is off Pixel 2. I bought mine last week and no issues so far.
AnonD-718339, 25 Nov 2017After I had a Pixel 2 for 3 week I ended up returning it. It would've been a great phone, if i... moreI bought my Pixel 2 last week and it's been perfectly fine. No issue so far.
After I had a Pixel 2 for 3 week I ended up returning it. It would've been a great phone, if it wasn't plagued by issues that are seemingly ignored by Google. My Pixel 2 was randomly rebooting itself, despite resorting to the Pixel Community for help as per suggested by Google. I ran it in Safe Mode, did a Factory Reset, even wiped its Cache Partition, yet still, it randomly reboots. This is an issue that plagues hundreds of users, but since it's just hundreds of users, Google doesn't see it as a high priority.
On top of the random reboots, the device also makes a high pitched coil whine when making phone calls, this is also not a common issue, though affecting hundreds of devices.
Anyone looking to buy a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL should be aware that their device might be plagued with these issue as well. I would strongly recommend waiting for Google to fix these issues before dropping your money on these devices.
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2017Is there any versions that have dual sim or not? Its 'NO'Until now we don't have a dual sim version from Google i mean nexus and pixel ..
The pixel is fantastic. I would have got it had it had a smooth screen edge to frame feel like HTC A9 and others.
AnonD-623081, 21 Oct 2017actually i dont know a single person whos listening music from his phone via headphone jack.. ... moreso if it so yesterday why do cars still come with a audio jack....why do high end audio equipment still use the audio jack....even computers still come with a audio jack....so you can't say its yesterday tech when it is still every where
AnonD-628117, 15 Nov 2017With the same design as last year, a screen that doesn't get any brighter and a battery that i... moreThe Nokia 8 can compete with the pixel 2 in a number of area's sure. For camera quality though it isn't even close, the pixel 2 isn't just a league above its more like 3 league's.
But yes the Nokia 8 could be argued to be better value for money at £399, it's camera is bad though.
People like me, who reasonable treat a smartphone as simply a smartphone, need to justify paying £629 (at carphonewarehouse) for a phone. It'd be better to price it at £500 and give the rest to charity. But I'll wait a bit longer when carphonewarehouse slashes the price as it did with Pixel XL at reasonable £399.