you know guys(admins)...if we could atleast hotlink pics here that will be fun...
on the other note...the pixels were given a cold shoulder because they did not bring anything new, or rather anything that improved on the last models..the only thing that improved was the price..that too in google's favour..
all the people i know with nexus devices(including me with my nexus 7 1st gen) went for them because they were the oneplusone(well not flagship killer but definitely midrange killer)...i mean when i got the nexus 7, i had scolded my friends for getting ipads...now after lots of said updates my nexus is a large glowing paperweight(going flash it soon)..and i got myself an ipad pro.
long post again..dam.n i should really stop doing this...anyways...here's the deal..regular users don't need updates..actually most of my not-tech friendly ppl have asked me HOW TO TURN OFF UPDATES...is it that hard to take in?? we don't want huge updates eating into our data..i have 37apps pending for update in my s7 now..ignoring them because update log shows"bug fixes"..great?? no..i just loaded a custom codec on the mxplayer..i dont want it to stop encoding ac3 or whatever..the general end user doesnt care..its the minority of people who browse these sites do go for constant updates(btw flashed ipad to latest firmware, servers bad; keep disconnecting at 50% and apps keep crashing..i dont know what this hype of iOS is)
If one looks at what the Pixel is missing compared to flagship phones, it is obvious that Google made a phone that does not compete well. While those who value having the newest software ASAP may purchase this phone, it is hard to imagine the average consumer choosing the Pixel over the S7, iPhone 7,V20,or other similarly priced phones. The well informed consumer may well choose one of the excellent $400 alternatives.
Google competing with iphone. Wonder what Samsung,Lg,Lenovo,Motorola,Huawei,Nextbit,Sony,Vivo,Oppo,One Plus will do. Will they destroy the Pixel time will tell. Pixel can get destroyed by the not so pure Android phones, it would be humiliating for Google.
Exactly what I have been saying. Nice try with the paid articles, but media really over-exaggerated Pixel.