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Minitest av Google Pixel 2
- Gränssnittet och mjukvaran - snabba och aktuella uppdateringar
- Fantastisk kamera
- Rasande god prestanda
- Gedigen och välbyggd
- Vattenresistent (IP67)
- Bra skärm
- Gammaldags design, mycket död yta runt skärmen
- Saknar 3,5-millimeteruttag
- Inget stöd för trådlös laddning
- Går ej att köpa via officiella kanaler i Sverige
- 10/10: Gränssnitt & mjukvara
- 9/10: Byggkvalitet & form
- 9/10: Skärm & pekskärm
- 10/10: Kamera
- 10/10: Prestanda
- 9/10: Batteritid & laddning
Google Pixel 2 review
Conclusion The Pixel 2 is a boring phone until you turn it on. The uninspiring hardware melts away to present you with a bleeding edge vision of the Android future, with machine learning fully integrated. It’s not quite there yet, but this is where we are heading. The camera, one lens down on some competitors, is better than all of them in most situations thanks to the superior software onboard. You only get that benefit when you buy Google hardware, and the company is finally realising the end to end product that Apple has been making for a decade. If you want a smartphone to fawn over and make your friends jealous with, you won’t want the Pixel 2. But it’s faster than the Galaxy S8 and takes better photos. It delivers the best overall camera and software experience on any Android smartphone to date.
Inget betygGoogle Pixel 2 Android smartphone
- No 3.5mm headphone jack (ships with an adapter).
- No microSD card slot.
- Video camera records mono audio only.
- You can't assign the Active Edge squeeze detection any other feature but Google Assistant.
- We know you have to fit the innards somewhere, but still - bezels.
Inget betygGoogle Pixel 2 review: Clean, speedy Android in a minimal can
- Speedy performance
- Clean software and great front and back cameras
- Screen isn't as vibrant as competitors
- ActiveEdge is a pain to use
- Lack of bezel free display is confusing
Conclusion Last year's Pixels were fantastic. 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. Best Pixel 2 contract, upgrade and sim free deals at Carphone Warehouse Best Pixel 2 contract, upgrade and sim free deals at Mobiles.co.uk The decision to make one phone 18:9 and the other 16:9 is unusual. That means the phones don't really look like they're in the same family when you're looking at them from the front.Then there's the issue of the display being a little lack lustre, and the design being a little plain. With the Pixel, you're getting a good phone, but we're not sure it deserves its true flagship price. Although, saying that, the natural display performance combined with minimalist, clean looks and a great camera might be exactly what you're looking for in a phone. In short: we think the Pixel will divide opinion this year. It's not as visually exciting as a lot of other phones.However, it does offer a pure Android experience like no other, in a phone that takes some of the best photos and selfies we've seen. It's a phone that won't wow you from the outset, but will grow on you as time goes on, like a good second album. Alternatives to considerPocket-lintOnePlus 5TIf you want a more vibrant, bigger display in a phone that offers the same speedy performance and better battery life, the 6-inch OnePlus 5T will do the trick. OnePlus prides itself on offering a flagship experience and build for a more reasonable price. Its base price is almost £200 cheaper than the smaller Pixel 2. Read the full article: OnePlus 5T reviewPocket-lintSamsung Galaxy S8As flagship Android phones go, the best Samsung set the bar really high in mid-2017, and is still the phone to beat. Samsung's Galaxy S8 has the impressive bezel-free Infinity Display and looks incredible. What's more, it's got a best-in-class camera. It's fast, sexy, and impossible to fault. If you want to spend flagship money, the S8 arguably offers that bit more than the Pixel. Read the full article: Samsung Galaxy S8 reviewPocket-lintLG G6If you want a phone that fits comfortably in one hand, is almost all-screen and can perform as well as the best of them, the LG G5 is worth your consideration. It's not as shiny or impressive as the S8, but it's technically superb. Read the full article: LG G6 review