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  • Vi testar Google Pixel XL

    Plus

    • Snabbt gränssnitt
    • Mycket bra kamera
    • Mycket bra skärm
    • Senaste Android + Pixel UI
    • Batteritid av toppklass

    Minus

    • Dyr
    • Mindre vattenresistent än många konkurrenter
    • Saknar trådlös laddning
    • Monohögtalare
    • Mindre byggkvalitetsbrist (kanske bara vårt exemplar)

    Score Details

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

    2 år sedan
  • Google Pixel XL review

    Plus

    • One of the best phone cameras around
    • Streamlined Android software
    • Google Assistant is promising

    Minus

    • More expensive than a Nexus phone
    • Peculiar design and no always-on screen
    • No stereo speakers or waterproofing

    Conclusion
    The Pixel XL features 2016's top-of-the-line specs and is a fine vessel for Android Oreo. This VR-capable phone has a suitably fast processor, even by 2018 standards, and a superb camera, all sandwiched into a funky design.

    1 år sedan
  • A new Google Pixel XL Review in brief, 5-months later

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    • Best smartphone camera on the market
    • Google's software and hardware
    • Seamless updates without need for tapping
    • Swift, responsive UI that does not slow down, months later
    • Strong, flat, standard industrial design

    Minus

    • Could benefit from wireless charging
    • Front-facing speakers would be best
    • Availability should've been solid from the start
    • Android File Transfer should work or be replaced

    2 år sedan
  • Google Pixel XL Review: Two-Thirds Great

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    • Great software
    • Excellent performance
    • Camera produces stunning pics in many shooting situations
    • Ships with useful adapters

    Minus

    • Not waterproof
    • No expandable storage
    • Camera’s low-light performance disappointing

    2 år sedan
  • Google Pixel XL Review: Android embodied, for better or worse

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    • Solid, high-quality construction
    • Fast processor and smooth touch response
    • Excellent image stabilization
    • Free photos/video cloud storage
    • Lengthy battery life

    Minus

    • Uninspiring design
    • Expensive compared to Nexus phones of old
    • No USB-C video output
    • No wireless charging support

    2 år sedan
  • Google Pixel XL Review: Successfully Succeeding the Nexus

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    • + Phenomenal UI Performance
    • + Eye Catching Rear Design
    • + Excellent Camera Auto Software
    • + Best in Class Voice Assistant
    • + Very Good Battery Life and Recharging Speeds

    Minus

    • Pricier than the Nexus it replaces
    • Poor Camera Lens Quality
    • Camera software ignores more experienced users
    • Poor Headphone Quality

    Score Details

    • Build and materials: 9.0
    • Design: 8.8
    • Durability: 8.8
    • Specs: 9.0
    • Display: 9.0
    • Audio: 8.0
    • Camera: 7.6
    • Software: 9.5
    • User Experience: 9.5

    ConclusionSo let’s wrap this up, where does this leave us with Google’s Pixel XL?There’s a lot to like here. Google is making a second attempt at a first impression. For folks most concerned about software performance, we think they’ll be very pleased with what they get. Seriously. The Pixel XL is a screamer when paging around the UI.Does that performance warrant the new premium price however? That’s a tougher question to answer. Similarly expensive phones are arriving with better lifestyle features like enhanced durability, better audio, or larger batteries with faster charging. Other competitors this year can often match or best many of the Pixel’s benefits for a lot less cash. This was a great year for phones around the $400 price point. In many markets, Google faces incredible competition from devices at almost half the price.We’re very excited by the idea of a platform where Google controls the hardware and the software. We certainly see the benefits of proper optimization, but at this price we were hoping to see more risks. Anything which might help Google differentiate from the competition or justify a premium label, as the Nexus is now properly retired. We’ve also pointed to the rushed production schedule on this device, and how that seems to have affected camera quality, while forcing Google to omit features like water resistance.Whether the performance and the promise of timely updates are worth it is a question only you and your wallet can answer…Related VideosGoogle Pixel XL vs iPhone 7 Plus: The better bigger phone?Google Pixel XL vs Nexus 6P: Should you upgrade?Positives+ Phenomenal UI Performance + Eye Catching Rear Design + Excellent Camera Auto Software + Best in Class Voice Assistant + Very Good Battery Life and Recharging Speeds

  • Google Pixel XL review

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      Beautiful QHD display, dual-cameras are worth the kudos, modest performance, generous battery life

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      Price, Google Assistant doesn't live up to its potential, unimaginative design, iffy 15 minute battery claims

    ConclusionGiven a few years' grace, Google could yet strike the perfect balance between price and a winning feature set. However, for the time being, the Pixel XL is a thoroughly competent, yet expensive alternative.

  • Google Pixel XL review

    Conclusion While the Pixel XL is an attractive phone (if you can get used to the glass section) with decent combination of hardware and software, we can't help but feel a bit disappointed. It's very similar to the much cheaper Nexus 6P and OnePlus 3. You can get plenty of other Android phones for less which have extra features like waterproofing and expandable storage. Sorry Google, but things have gone a bit wrong here.

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    Google Pixel XL Android smartphone

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    • Aerospace-grade aluminum unibody (glass window on the back); splash and dust resistant (IP53)
    • 5.5" AMOLED screen of QHD resolution, 534ppi, 100% NTSC; 2.5D Gorilla Glass 4
    • Quad-core Kryo processor, Adreno 530 GPU, 4GB of RAM, Snapdragon 821 chipset
    • Google-loaded Android 7.1 Nougat; 2 years of OS upgrades from launch, 3 years of security updates
    • 12.3MP camera, f/2.0 lens, 1.55µm pixels, Phase and Laser AF, dual-LED, dual-tone flash; 2160p and 1080p @ 30/60/120fps video capture
    • 8MP selfie camera, f/2.4 lens, 1.4µm pixels; 1080p video capture
    • Comes with 32GB or 128GB of built-in storage, no expansion
    • Fingerprint reader, Android Pay
    • LTE Cat 9 or 11 (450Mbps or 600Mbps downlink, 50/75Mbps uplink); Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.2 (A2DP, LE), GPS + GLONASS, NFC
    • 3,450mAh battery; Fast charging over USB Type-C

    Minus

    • Most expensive Google phone yet
    • No stereo speakers
    • No water resistance
    • No OIS for the camera
    • No wireless charging, no IR port or FM radio
    • Snapdragon 821 chipset is downclocked to 820 speed
    • Standard Nexus cons: no microSD slot, sealed battery
    • Design is arguably bland

    2 år sedan
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    Google Pixel XL review: Android's new heavyweight champion

    Plus

    • Great build quality and design
    • Great camera
    • Good battery life
    • Uncluttered pure Android experience - with extras
    • Unlimited photo storage

    Minus

    • No microSD card slot
    • Price
    • Camera has some white balance issues

    Conclusion The Pixel XL is the most accomplished phone that's come from Google. The dabs of consumer refinement that Pixel has applied makes the Nexus programme feel like beta testing. And Google loves beta testing, so in many ways the Pixel is the result of learning through all those Nexus phones.The XL is a pure delivery of Android: it's fast, it's fun, it's high quality; it has exclusive features, the camera works and the battery lasts too.For many, however, the stumbling block will be the price. The Pixel XL is priced to rival the iPhone 7 Plus; not undercut it, but to look it straight in the face and stare it down. The Pixel refuses to accept the position that Android offers you more for less, because as it is, the Pixel will struggle to answer questions from the much cheaper OnePlus 3 or the slightly cheaper Samsung Galaxy S7 edge.Fortunately the Pixel XL delivers. It's a premium smartphone at a premium price, but it offers a truly premium experience. And thanks to that glass panel on the back, there'll be no mistaking that you're carrying around the hottest Android phone in town.From £719, GoogleOriginally published 18 October 2016.