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Google Pixel Reviews (87%)

Google Pixel Reviews (87%) 1
87% Aggregate Rating From Professional Review Outlets.

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By Alphr on 80

Google’s two Pixel phones mark a major move, not only for the company itself but also for the technology industry as a whole. Both are brilliant smartphones that entirely justify their place at the industry’s top table. They have a great screens, good…

By Ubergizmo on 90

The Google Pixel truly cements Google’s place in the high-end phone market segment. Previous Google Nexus models did bring an excellent “value for the price” but had a tendency to lose out slightly on important features such as Camera Performance and…

By GadgetReview on 80

Every year, Android enthusiasts and fans of the software’s latest stock form look forward to the next smartphone that Google plants its “Nexus” stamp on. Except, this year is different. The historic OEM partnership program was abandoned in favor for…

By Tom’s Guide on 90

Google Pixel$649.00 GoogleScreen Size 5.0 inches Screen Res 1920 x 1080 CPU Snapdragon 821 Cameras 12.3MP/8MP OS Android v7.0 (Nougat)The Google Pixel is Google’s flagship phone release for 2016, replacing the Nexus lineup. As before, these high-end…

By techadvisor.co.uk on 80

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…

By Pocketnow on 88

To 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…

By businesstoday.intoday.in on 100

User interface and software: I am always game for stock Android UI over the custom ROMs and that is one of the reasons I always liked the Nexus hardware and even the Motorola smartphones. Google’s Pixel XL continues to have the stock Android UI yet it…

By Pocket-lint on 100

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…

By Expert Reviews on 80

It’s certainly a welcome concession, but even this and the quality of its camera aren’t quite enough to persuade me that the Pixel or the Pixel XL are better buys than their main rivals. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge aren’t just faster than the…

By Wired on 90

I write about gadgets, which means everyone asks me what laptop or dishwasher or whatever to buy. I struggle with this, because the answer often starts with, “It depends.” Unless you ask about a phone. In that case, I usually say get an iPhone.Don’t get…

By reviewed.com on 98

This is usually the point where I editorialize my recommendation based on the readers’ preference of operating system; I usually point people in a certain direction of depending on whether or not they prefer Apple or Android.RelatedHow the Google Pixel…

By PCMag IN on 90

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…

By greenbot.com on 90

Every bit as good as the XL version, but with a smaller display and…

By Digit on 78

The Google Pixel is the closest Android gets to an iPhone-like experience, but it’s not quite there yet. It’s the best Android flagship today, but that’s not enough to justify it’s price. If you want to push Android to its limits, the OnePlus 3 is a…

By Phone Arena on 90

It’s been a rough few years for users who prefer smaller smartphones, and Google’s last five-inch model was introduced all the way back in 2013, with the Nexus 5. But now with the Pixel, Google’s really offering shoppers a no-compromise handset that’s…

By phandroid.com on 98

A friend of mind once told me that if you want to find a good pizza place, the best way is to order just a plain cheese pizza — no toppings. If a place can nail down the basics, you know that anything else you throw on top is just a bonus. That’s how…

By Engadget on 86

The 5-inch Pixel is a great phone, and its big brother, the Pixel XL, is ever so slightly better. You’ll get the same top-tier performance as on the smaller model, just with a bigger, crisper display and a more capacious battery to sweeten the deal….

By bit.com.au on 83

The new Google Pixel phone and its supersized cousin, the Google Pixel XL, represent a paradigm shift in the smartphone world. Although this isn’t the first time the search giant has sold smartphones under its own name, it’s the first time it has…

By theguardian.com on 80

The Pixel is an interesting device. A phone designed by Google, the maker of Android. The software side is top notch: the smoothest, newest and best optimised version of Android available at the moment and most probably into the future, what with rapid…

By techguide.com.au on 85

The Google Pixel is without a doubt the best phone Google has produced – and also one of the best Android devices around. It offers a number of new features you simply won’t find on other Android smartphones and, with the power of the Google juggernaut…

By CNET Australia on 90

If you’re wary of Samsung or looking for a worthy iPhone alternative, the Google Pixel is the high-end Android phone to…

By IT PRO on 80

Look past the disappointing Google Assistant, and the Pixel is a highly capable premium flagship. It’s not quite as good as its main rivals on paper, and it’s missing some fan-favourite features, but we’re inclined to forgive it thanks to its slick…

By AndroidPolice on 90

Still, I very much like the Pixel, even with its slightly boring design and iPhone pricing. I like the idea of quarterly maintenance releases – releases I will get first – that install silently in the background while I continue to use my phone. I like my monthly security patches. I like having phone or chat support just a few taps away if I break my phone and need to replace it. I love the camera. The Pixel is a very hard phone not to like, and that really is a rare thing.

By The Verge on 90

Those are going to be tomorrow’s standards. By today’s standards, the Pixel and Pixel XL are among the best phones you can buy.

By BusinessInsider on 85

The Pixel is the best of Android and the best alternative to the iPhone. It’s also just a first step as Google accelerates its hardware ambitions and takes development seriously for the first time. Google is finally ready to push Android forward and do it right, and the Pixel is an amazing start.

By Independent on 85

If you do opt for Android, though, this is the phone you should buy. It’s not simply the purest representation of the operating system, it’s the best handset ever made to run it.

By USA Today on 90

Google’s new phones are powerful, pricey, and pretty darn intelligent and demonstrate Google’s commitment to be a major player in the space.

By Recombu on 90

The Google Pixel phone comes packing the same super-premium price of Apple’s iPhone 7, but like Apple’s flagship handset it’s an absolute powerhouse. There’s nothing this mobile can’t do, from multi-tasking with apps to capturing detail-packed 4K video…

By CNET UK on 90

If you’re wary of Samsung or looking for a worthy iPhone alternative, the Google Pixel is the high-end Android phone to…

By PC Mag on 90

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…

By Wired UK on 80

WIRED Android fans will have a lot to love about the Pixel and Pixel XL. They bring some nice touches and useful features to good-quality, albeit not great quality, hardware. Battery life on the Pixel is ok, and will certainly outdo older Android…

By Gizmodo on 95

Yes. If you’re looking for a phone that distils the absolute best of Google — world-beating search smarts, excellent language processing, beautiful photos, a huge suite of online services and all of that wrapped up in persistent online cloud storage,…

By Alp on 80

Google’s two Pixel phones mark a major move, not only for the company itself but also for the technology industry as a whole. Both are brilliant smartphones that entirely justify their place at the industry’s top table. They have a great screens, good…

By TopNewReview on 80

These are good phones, but they don’t tear up any trees. We’d be more tempted by a Samsung S7 or an iPhone…

By dxomark.com on 90

When the Google Pixel was launched in 2016, it was one of the top smartphone cameras we tested with the original DxOMark Mobile protocol in October 2016, thanks to its mixture of powerful hardware and innovative algorithms.The Pixel was also the first…

By avforums.com on 80

Google’s first phones are pretty cool. They may lack the water resistance which is increasingly common in rival handsets and the battery isn’t the leap forward we’re all waiting for, but they have a lot going for them. Performance is very strong: fast…

By cnet on 88

If you’re wary of Samsung or looking for a worthy iPhone alternative, the Google Pixel is the high-end Android phone to…

By Digital Trends on 80

Yes. We’ve come to enjoy the design on the back of the smartphone, and more importantly, Android is better than ever on the Pixel. Assistant will also continue to get better and better, and you won’t find performance issues on this phone, either. If…

By Trusted Reviews on 90

Google Pixel – Battery Life While the battery on the Google Pixel is good, it obviously isn’t quite as impressive as the one featured in the larger Pixel XL. While the Pixel XL can easily make it through a day and comfortably into the next, the Pixel is…

By Alphr on 80

Google’s two Pixel phones mark a major move, not only for the company itself but also for the technology industry as a whole. Both are brilliant smartphones that entirely justify their place at the industry’s top table. They have a great screens, good…

 

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