Anonymous, 19 Apr 2019Don't mix Razer in this. If it weren't for the smaller battery, I would've gotten their phones... moreMost of the Hype was done by Project Linda. If the Razer launched RP2 with project Linda I would bought it to. Razer's CO made a lot of hype replying to MKBHD's twitter that RP2 will come with Lapdock and then they did not even say a word about is. Same thing the design of RP2 could be muuuch more better even with stereo speakers, just watch some of the fun arts including my paint work on Razer's forum. In the end RP1 has smaller bezels than RP2. Razer showed all that they do not treat RP2 seriously.
I would buy it, if priced right. Being $100 cheaper than flagship phones is not good enough for those specs.
Great phones... if the phones will cost between 400-500$... Else epic FAIL!!!
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2019Chin AND forehead. Why? Especially, why have a chin? It's an acceptable argument that they tri... moreNot by the hair on my chiny chin chin... Id rather it be like new Samsung range A less chinny!
Chin AND forehead. Why? Especially, why have a chin? It's an acceptable argument that they tried to avoid the notch, so they went with a forehead instead. But a chin in 2019?
mukhi, 20 Apr 2019Can't believe that Google feels so outdated compared to its OEMs. Many Android OEMs are beatin... moreWhat advantages does Pixel have over other Android phones? Faster update is not an advantage as Pixel software is always years behind other Android phones like Samsung, etc. Latest Android OS simply, mostly means Google finally decided to incorporate some of the features Samsung and others have had for years. Also Pixel software is more buggy and tends to slow down over time, a problem that other major Android OEMs have already fixed.
If you know what you're talking about, then you realize that Pixel is always behind most other major Android phones both in hardware and software.
Pixel is garbage.
Slayer, 20 Apr 2019First off, the word you are looking for is BOUGHT not brought! Secondly, these are mid-rangers... moreNo one cares except everyone, look in the comments, these people also represent general public
Those phones looks amazing, if you're the type over-paying for retro scams.
Seriously, that looks so 2013.
gollygeewillikers, 20 Apr 2019Notch? There's no notch!really?how it was look alike?
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2019same i dont see why people love it so much?..........no bloatware so what! Go for samsung one ... moreOxygen OS also better. Vanilla experience but with lots of useful customisatios. Heck, I prefer LG UX to boring old stock
Anonymous, 20 Apr 2019True to that, all good phones are ugly af. And for me I hate vanilla Android , especially the ... moresame i dont see why people love it so much?..........no bloatware so what! Go for samsung one ui.....heaps better.
Reknilador, 19 Apr 2019So, if its a 400-500 euro price tag i just have to ask, what audience are they targeting? For ... moreI kinda agree with that. No one is likely to buy Google mid-rangers. This seems a beyond pointless release to me.
Can't believe that Google feels so outdated compared to its OEMs. Many Android OEMs are beating Apple in terms of device capabilities, but Google. Sad. No wonder I'm not interested in Pixels, EVER (despite its advantages over other Android phones).
Danman7200, 19 Apr 2019I'm amazed by Googles ability to get the design so wrong, especially given the price point. F... moreTrue to that, all good phones are ugly af. And for me I hate vanilla Android , especially the app drawer
Danman7200, 19 Apr 2019I'm amazed by Googles ability to get the design so wrong, especially given the price point. F... moreFirst off, the word you are looking for is BOUGHT not brought! Secondly, these are mid-rangers, at best, so no one really gives a fig about their looks in that price range. Finally, no one buys Google phones for their looks most buy them for the software experience and bloat free performance.