Google Pixel 2

Google Pixel 2

Pocket Lint review:

“Perhaps the first time in years that Google’s pure line of phones had no compromises. Great screens, great build, amazing cameras, good battery life and pure Android in one proper flagship package. This year, it’s a similar story, although there’s not a huge amount of improvement.”

Engadget review:

“Rather than build two identical Pixels this year, Google decided to make its new small smartphone a little more conservative. Make no mistake: the Pixel 2 is still an incredibly fast phone, and a clean build of Android 8.0 Oreo combined with Google’s intelligent features make the device incredibly capable. An all-around great product that’s among the best in its category. You’ll almost certainly be happy.”

TechRadar review:

“The Pixel 2 clues us in on why Google called its phone series Pixel: it was building the best camera on a phone. This second-generation effort fulfills that promise with best-in-class photos, dual front-facing speakers and water-resistance. You have to be okay that it looks dated and there’s no headphone jack.”

Alphr review:

“This is by far the best camera phone on the market, taking phenomenal shots in tricky conditions. The stripped back OS enjoyed by the Pixel 2 is a joy to use. It’s snappy, comes with everything you need and isn’t overloaded with bloatware. I keep finding charming little things that make me squeal with delight.”

The Verge review:

“The Pixel 2 isn’t the nice dining room table with the fancy silverware. It’s the kitchen counter where you actually eat. It’s not as impressive, but it’s much more comfortable. That’s what makes the design of this year’s Google Phones great. They’re meant to be of use, and they are.”

PhoneArena review:

“Performance is right in line with the rest of the flagship crop, and Google largely manages to recreate the easy-to-recommend camera experience that made last year’s Pixel so special. Some changes are really smart: the design of the original Pixel was a bit odd, and while the Pixel 2 doesn’t abandon that look, it does tweak it enough to make the phone feel a little more palatable.”

Stuff review:

“There’s a lot to love about the Google Pixel 2. It’s a way better phone than the original Pixel, with a far more coherent design, a better screen and even better camera. It really feels like a coming of age for the range.”

Digital Trends review:

“Should you buy it? Absolutely. As we mentioned before, the two main deal breakers are likely the lack of a headphone jack and the dated front design. If you don’t care about that, you won’t be disappointed with what the Pixel 2 has to offer.”

Aggregated customer review rating:

4.3 out of 5.0

Ranked 60th in Gadgets

Ranked 11th in Smartphones

$ 758

Google Pixel 2 is an Android-based smartphone from Google that comes with a smart rear camera, fast-charging battery and inbuilt Google Assistant. The smartphone set includes a handset, C-C Cable (USB 2.0), USB Type-C 18W adapter with USB-PD, Quick Switch Adapter, 3.5 mm to USB-C earbud adapter and SIM tool.

The Google Pixel 2 comes with an attractive 5-inch full HD 1080p, standard 16:9 aspect ratio, a display screen with a resolution of 1080 pixels x 1920 pixels that enables you to play games and watch videos comfortably. A sturdy, durable and scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass protects the display.

The rear camera of the smartphone is a 12.2 megapixel with a f/1.8 aperture, while the front camera is an 8 megapixel with a f/1.8 aperture. The camera is designed to capture striking images and

A non-removable Li-Ion 2700 mAh battery powers the Google Pixel 2. The phone also comes with a fast charging battery speed that is capped at 10.5W. The Google Pixel 2 runs on the Android v8.0.1 Oreo operating system with Kryo Snapdragon 835, octa-core processor 2.35GHz + 1.9GHz, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal memory and single nano-SIM.

The Google Pixel 2 comes with several interesting features such as a barometer sensor, compass sensor, proximity sensor, gyro sensor, and accelerometer. It supports various types of messaging such as MMS, SMS, IM Browser, email, push email, and HTML5.

The Google Pixel 2 is available in four-color options – White, Black, Kinda Blue, and Just Black. The phone device comes with a one-year manufacturer warranty, while the in-box accessories, including batteries, come with a six-month manufacturer warranty from the date of purchase.

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