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  • Vi testar Google Pixel

    Plus

    • Fantastiskt flyt
    • Mycket bra kamera
    • Bra skärm
    • Senaste Android + Pixel UI
    • Imponerande batteritid
    • Blixtsnabb fingeravtrycksläsare

    Minus

    • Dyr
    • Mindre vattenresistent än många konkurrenter
    • Saknar trådlös laddning
    • Monohögtalare
    • Trög batteriladdning mot slutet av laddningen
    • Saknar minneskortplats

    Score Details

    • 10/10: Gränssnitt/Mjukvara
    • 9/10: Byggkvalitet
    • 9/10: Skärm
    • 10/10: Kamera
    • 9/10: Prestanda
    • 9/10: Batteritid

    2 år sedan
  • Google Pixel XL

    Plus

    • Stunning, fast camera
    • The best version of Android yet
    • Impressive stamina
    • Bright display
    • Google Assistant is better than Siri

    Minus

    • No water-resistance
    • Not very durable
    • Pretty pricey

    1 år sedan
  • Google Pixel

    Plus

    • Stunning camera
    • The best version of Android
    • Good size for one-handed use
    • Super fast

    Minus

    • Expensive
    • Back panel prone to scratches
    • Would like more storage options

    1 år sedan
  • Google Pixel review

    Plus

    • Supremely smooth performance
    • Bright, colorful full HD display
    • Comfortable one-handed use

    Minus

    • Battery life could be better
    • Assistant yet to realize potential
    • Expensive

    Conclusion
    The Google Pixel is an excellent flagship phone that's only let down by mediocre battery life and the still-developing Assistant. If you can stomach the price point, the Pixel is a breath of fresh Google air in a world of Android over-complication.

    2 år sedan
  • Google Pixel

    Plus

    • Compact build
    • Strong camera performance
    • Fast Snapdragon 821 processor
    • Latest Android 7
    • 1 Nougat software
    • Promising Google Assistant functionality
    • 24/7 live help
    • Unlimited Google Photos storage

    Minus

    • No waterproofing, expandable storage, or wireless charging

    Conclusion
    If you lust after the latest Android software and cool new features in the Google Pixel XL, but are turned off by large phones, the 5-inch Pixel is a superb alternative.

    2 år sedan
  • Google Pixel Review: Android at its best, on mixed hardware

    Plus

    • + Good build quality
    • + Powerful internals
    • + Good camera with low light improvements
    • + Android 7.1 Nougat with Google Assistant
    • + Awesome battery life
    • + Project Fi Capable
    • + Google Pixel launcher is very efficient

    Minus

    • Pricey
    • No stereo speakers
    • Water resistance limited to IP53
    • Uninspired front design
    • Google Assistant still has growing to do
    • Verizon Carrier exclusive

    Score Details

    • Build and materials: 9.0
    • Design: 8.5
    • Durability: 8.5
    • Specs: 9.5
    • Display: 9.0
    • Audio: 7.5
    • Camera: 10
    • Software: 9.5
    • User Experience: 9.5

    ConclusionTo conclude, if we were to judge the Google Pixel in a bubble, then it’s very easy to recommend this phone. We’ve got a device that’s really delicious to handle, with a very delightful experience in the software, lots of promise with the Google Assistant, and an Ecosystem that makes Android as popular as it is.The only problem here is that sadly this phone doesn’t exist in a bubble. This is 2016, and for the same $650 that this phone costs, the new flagship mentality includes features like stereo speakers in addition to IP67 or above water and dust resistance. There are even devices like the OnePlus 3T that match the Pixel in almost every specification and delightful experience, but for a lot less money.Google really needs to think twice about this price tag, because it really doesn’t give you all the bang for the buck you’re investing. Still, if you don’t mind the extra cash, and you’re looking for a great experience using Android, then it really doesn’t get any better than the Google Pixel, at least for now.Related Videos

  • Google Pixel review

    Conclusion The Pixel has plenty going for it: it’s small, well built, speedy and has excellent cameras. It also supports Google’s Daydream VR headset and runs the plain version of Android 7 – complete with Google Assistant - and will get timely updates. But it isn’t waterproof, doesn’t have a microSD slot or stereo speakers and we’d have preferred a quad-HD screen for VR use at this price. If those downsides don’t bother you, and the OnePlus 3T is too large, then the Pixel is a fine choice and a great Android phone.

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    Google Pixel Android smartphone

    Plus

    • Sturdy metal uni-body design with wedge
    • 5.0" 16M-color AMOLED screen of 1080p resolution, 441ppi
    • Snapdragon 821 chipset: quad-core (2x2.15 GHz Kryo & 2x1.6 GHz Kryo) / Adreno 530 GPU / 4GB of RAM
    • 12.3 MP main camera with f/2.0 phase detection and laser assisted autofocus, dual-LED flash, 1/2.3" sensor, 1.55 micron pixel size, 2160p (4K) @ 30fps, 1080p @ 30/60/120 fps, 720p @ 240 fps
    • 8MP front-facing camera, f/2.4 1/2.3" sensor size, 1.4 micron pixels, 1080p @ 30fps
    • Comes in 32 or 128GB of built-in storage
    • First device to ship with Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box
    • Up to LTE Cat12 depending on market (600/75 Mbps) / GPS with A-GPS; GLONASS / Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 2x2 MIMO / Bluetooth 4.2 / NFC support for Android Pay and Android Beam
    • VoLTE / Wi-Fi Calling / Project Fi-compatible
    • Pixel Imprint fingerprint authentication
    • 2,770 mAh non-removable battery

    Minus

    • Nexus cons - no microSD slot, non-removable battery
    • Pricey for a Nexus successor
    • No wireless charging, IR blaster, or FM Radio
    • (Arguably) bland design
    • No full water resistance

    2 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Google Pixel review: Android at its best

    Plus

    • Design quality is superb
    • Stock Android runs very smoothly
    • Sharp and bright screen

    Minus

    • More expensive than Nexus phones
    • No manual camera controls

    Conclusion The Google Pixel is the best Android experience available right now. For the first time we get to see exactly what Google has in mind for hardware design and features. Google is completely in control, and you can tell. Everything is tight, refined and polished to a degree we've never seen in a Nexus phone.Of course, this year, the Pixel arrives without the usual Nexus cheaper-than-flagship price. Indeed, the Pixel costs as much as an iPhone - and that could potentially come back to bite Google. On the other hand, with Samsung's reputation needing some serious work given Note 7 issues, the more-expensive-than-usual Android phone couldn't have come at a better time for Google.If you're after a 5-inch Android smartphone then there's simply nothing else on the market that compares to the Pixel. And because it's a Pixel, made by Google, you'll get prompt software updates, regularly, promptly and for at least a few years. You're not at the whim of a hardware manufacturer or a network operator.From £599, Amazon