Anonymous, 02 Nov 2016This detail is not influencing buyer decisions.How do you know?
Some people don't know Pixels have Snapdragon 821 - they just want Google phone. Would it be acceptable to sell them instead Pixels with Snapdragon 200 or some Mediatek? It would be just detail not influencing their decision too.
I think it's Note7's buyers fault - they haven't stated they want not exploding phone.
Fitbri, 02 Nov 2016It's so minor. No drama. Even in a perfect world small things can happen to the best of us.Like exploding batteries...
When will manufacturers stop lying to us about specs? They should be forced to post all specs on some kind internet database, easily accesible to everyone - and including all specs variances (because they ofen got screens/cameras etc. from different vendors or have lower speed memory in lower GB models).
PS. Look for Kingston V300 SSD - that's simply cheating.
Isnt the maximum for microUSB around 10-12 Watts? USB-C should go as up to 100 Watts indeed. Thats a big chunk of volts to push and amps to hold xD.
Looks like Google has decided to adopt all of Apple's traits when it decided to price their phone. They are now being as sneaky as Apple in withholding key information about their devices which could influence buyer decisions.
It's so minor. No drama. Even in a perfect world small things can happen to the best of us.
Suzon, 02 Nov 2016Yeah, htc made pixelthis reflects google business department is somewhat not yet ready
mir, 02 Nov 2016Yeah. I don't even acknowledge google as the designer of the pixel phones.well they dont have any HTC prowess in audio
mir, 02 Nov 2016Yeah. I don't even acknowledge google as the designer of the pixel phones.Why not? this is their blunder, accept it.
Suzon, 02 Nov 2016Yeah, htc made pixelYeah. I don't even acknowledge google as the designer of the pixel phones.