Unlimited storage until 2023? I still got time to store all my movies before Google will monetize Google Photos like they did to YouTube.
Rocking only a 32gb iPhone SE and Google Pixel on unlimited data plans. Google Photos has been the answer to never needing to buy another microSD card. Only my songs and apps are on my phone. No photo albums and videos. Remember it, 2023. You got less than 6 years to enjoy unlimited cloud storage.
next flagships (from everyone): just think of what is possible to take away and you have it
oalemao, 28 Sep 2017OK - now i got you.
sure, i am with you - a lack of funcionality is always a problem. but i... moreThat's the thing, i don't think any flagship is worth buying. They are just overprised fashion toys. Even the non-removable battery is enough of an argument against the expensive phones.
I'm boycotting their evil policies by using cheap smartphones. Currently my phone at least has 2 sim slots and an sd slot. And a 3.5mm jack.
eSim looks good for future proof and has benefits though but no head phone jack and the design looks so ugly. Very meh phones for that price.....
Too bad.. was so looking forward for Google Pixel 2...
I Hate Apple BS .. why is Google doing the same here....
Google snap out of it and Return to Nexus...
You've gotta be kidding me..
Wait, so what if I have several sim cards with me?
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2017I meant the lack of feature is a problem even if it's the cheapest possible phone.
And The M... moreOK - now i got you.
sure, i am with you - a lack of funcionality is always a problem. but i think that there can't be a perfect phone in a not so perfect world. because with 7 billion people you will have 7 billion opinios on this. but i don't want to become to philosofical ^^
i thougt that the Mi6 is a pretty good compromise when it comes to a price performace ratio.
but would you share your thoughts with me which flagship phone you think has the best price performance ratio?
$1k? What are you guys talking about? There's no suggested price for that yet...
The world but USA is not ready for eSIM. I guess the Pixel 2 is not for self-loathing travellers (People I Hate by Papa Franku).
Well,Google with all the budget you have you came up with that iPixel 2?
Apart from very good camera,what do you offer customers for nearly $1k?
As people mentioning on forums,incl,GSMA,list of things that are missing on your new flagship is quite long..and you decide to repack U11 but in much uglier packaging...
And with zillions of $ invested in design,even 10yrs old Xperia designs look interesting...
Guess it would be much cheaper and way more productive to hire proper pro-designer..
Maybe Mr.P.Starck could help,ask Xiaomi...
How do you change carriers is esim? And that xl looks great
yonnut, 28 Sep 2017for a phone that is over 600$ you expect a lot , like that guy said , you can get an lg that h... moregoogle removed headphone jack? Are you sure you have enough information?
Can you name a google phone without headphone jacks?
And these are all remors cause as we seen last year google pixel was whole different device from rumors. prefer to wait till anouncement.
nik.007, 28 Sep 2017And then there's some 1k$ rotten phone with an "astounding 2800 mAh bettery", and which is sti... moreComparing with iPhone X doesn't make Google's choices about designs right(Off-course iPhone X sucks due to 'Top Notch' design ).... No headphone jack (still don't know the reason to remove it, Apple at least had Beats headphones to sell), No dual cam setup, agreed their single cam did good job last year but, this year almost everyone is on Dual cam setup bandwagon for their flagships. On top of that they do not provide SD slot, Trying to copy apple for a wrong thing. 1080P screen on android flagship is now getting old. Lot of manufacturers have moved to higher Resolutions on their flagships. There was a golden time of Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 when Google provided arguably best bang for buck(Nexus 4 had a bad camera but at least the rest of the phone was best in terms of hardware and software that year) now they are just obnoxious with pricing. Sammy and LG providing IP68 with a headphone jack. Google still stuck with IP67.
Hearing what google has been doing to Youtube, firing their employee for wrong think, Im not buying their product. Close minded SJWs work in there, and I will not support that.
Ok, what are we looking at? No headphone jack, bum SIM card, 5 inch phone with huge bezels(probably to save costs reuse pixel back and all that), and the build which is half glass half chew toy.
So, I like the stereo speakers, but that is the only pro. The new front glass design is bold and indicative of HTC. Take note of the somewhat large front-facing camera hole; perhaps a wide-angle lens with a large aperture?
I enjoyed the look of the first Pixel phone, as it looked very conventional. The new styling of the Pixel 2 is the least of what is wrong with the phone.
shitny, 28 Sep 2017First people complain about its lack of water resistance and now that they have it people stil... morefor a phone that is over 600$ you expect a lot , like that guy said , you can get an lg that have almost everything , google just steped down from the last year phone removing that headphone jack and that sim slot and increasing the price a little
oalemao, 28 Sep 2017the price is irrelevant? really? i have no access to an unlimited amount of money. and if i pa... moreI meant the lack of feature is a problem even if it's the cheapest possible phone.
And The Mi6 isn't really cheap, it's just cheaper than the other flagships.
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2017Ehh lack of a feature is either a problem for you or not, the price is really irrelevant. I'd ... morethe price is irrelevant? really? i have no access to an unlimited amount of money. and if i pay a high price i want a high price performance ratio. and a phone like the Mi6 has really a good price performance ratio.
the iphone 8 or X? the note 8? the S8? the V30? these phones cost a very high price. but the size is to big, or you have no dual cam, or no dual SIM. or, if this is true, you have to deal with eSIM in the pixel.