Google Pixel review: 4GB RAM, 128GB ROM
Finally, there’s an Android phone with Google name on it. But is this phone better than the Nexus series? Let’s take a look at this Google Pixel review and find out yourself!
Google Pixel review: a new iPhone killer
Google Pixel was released in October 2016 and quickly gained its popularity thanks to the Google name. Design-wise, Google Pixel looks somewhat like the iPhone 7s Plus, but there are still major differences between the two. In terms of Google Pixel specs, it features a 5.0″ FHD AMOLED display screen, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4. The phone comes with 4GB RAM and 32/128GB of non-expandable ROM.
Google Pixel cameras are the most notable specs. The phone is mounted with a 12.3MP f/2.0 camera on the back with EIS (gyro), phase detection, laser autofocus and dual LED flash, capable of taking 2160p@30fps videos. The front camera is 8MP f/2.4, capable of recording 1080p videos. The color reproduction and sharpness of the image are very good. And you can quickly access the camera app with fingerprint scanner on the back.
Google Pixel is powered by a Snapdragon 821 quad-core (2 x 2.15GHz & 2 x 1.6GHz). Other features include a non-removable battery of 2770mAh capacity with fast battery charging technology, offers up to 26 hours of talk time. Unlike the new iPhone, Google Pixel still has a 3.5mm audio jack on the top. Google Pixel runs on Android 7.0 version with guaranteed upgrade to the latest version in the future.
Google Pixel review: price and availability
Google Pixel is already available to purchase in many countries around the globe. As for Google Pixel price, the phone is sold around $815 ~ Rs. 55499 for the 32GB ROM model. If you want more storage, than the 128GB ROM model is available at $960 ~ Rs. 65240. At that price, Google Pixel will compete directly with many Android flagships from big brands like Samsung, Sony and HTC.