Paul60, 02 Dec 2016Just another reminder... Google Pixel XL still doesn't show up in GSMArena's TOP 10 BY DAILY I... moreWhat does it mean? I guess you meant that a phone has to be popular to be the "best". // Whoever told you that, must be wrong (I don't like Google Pixel either), but I'm not crying like a little kid asking for attention as you do my friend.
Excellent phone - zero problems, and I'm loving the Android experience. Having moved from iOS, I can only describe it as freeing.
Will the US version work on 4G band in europe or should i get the global version since I live in the middle east and want to use the 4G band.
Thanks for an answer.
Just another reminder... Google Pixel XL still doesn't show up in GSMArena's TOP 10 BY DAILY INTEREST list. :)
Google is in plans to slash the prices upto 35% down, to increase it's sales and to face the tuff compitation among other brands. They gona announce a week before the Christmas.
So GOOD LUCK google!!!!! Hope at least now u might find some crazy buyer's.
Tarototh, 26 Nov 2016I happen to agree with gturf. I have owned galaxy notes and Nexus 6. I really love my big scre... moreUse PIE control or whatever is popular now. On screen buttons are incredibly stupid, from whatever angle you look at it. I never used it on my Moto X back in the days.
Guys please don't waste your money on this mobile which is good for nothing except the brand name G. Think logically and reviews of various tests like drop test, scratch test, liquid etc and all. There is no proper service centre for this Brand and only thing which you get is stock Android and early updates that's it. In this case one can choose moto which is reliable and most successful in the market. There are plenty of options available in the market like Samsung, htc, LG, Sony, moto, etc which are of not only good build quality but after sales service and one can expect a good resale after using it for a desired period.
I love this phone I have this 2 moths ago and it works absolutely perfect recommended for you guys who wants a phone that works awesome and perfectly in its price ^_^ ♥ ♥ ♥
Apart from price everything is perfect when i saw the handset today in showroom. It's really give a premium look and feel...
Google Pixel XL and Google Pixel are still no-shows in the GSMArena Top 10 By Daily Interest list.
Tarototh, 26 Nov 2016I happen to agree with gturf. I have owned galaxy notes and Nexus 6. I really love my big scre... moreAs a previous Samsung user and new to the soft button world I do agree! However the fingerprint reader on the back is something I could easily get used to!
gturf, 25 Nov 2016I am a dummy. After a minute of googling I found that you lose an average of around 0.36" of s... moreI happen to agree with gturf. I have owned galaxy notes and Nexus 6. I really love my big screens. Although the soft buttons are nice in many ways, i prefer separate buttons the way Samsung does it. Plus i do not like the fingerprint reader on back!!!!
I wish GSMarena would create a metric for phones with soft buttons called "Effective Screen size" to take into effect the amount of screen space lost by the buttons. I have never owned a phone with soft buttons so would be interested to know if you typically lose 0.2", 0.5", or some other amount of screen real estate by having soft buttons.
I am a dummy. After a minute of googling I found that you lose an average of around 0.36" of screen real estate with soft buttons. In other words, this is comparable to a 5.1" screen, which is too small for me since I am used to true 5.5" screens on my last three phones. And given how large the Pixel XL is, pretty pitiful that it's a 5.1" screen. They should have put hardware buttons on that giant bezel.