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Google Pixel 2 XL Reviews (83%)

Google Pixel 2 XL Reviews (83%) 1
83% Aggregate Rating From Professional Review Outlets.

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Google Pixel 2 XL

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By techaeris.com on 94

The Google Pixel 2 XL is the second iteration (and third or fourth smartphone depending how you look at it) of Google’s internally developed smartphones. While it’s nothing overly special or different, it is a solid Android smartphone with the added…

By ePHOTOzine on 90

The Google Pixel 2 XL is available for £629 for the 64GB version sim-free, which is in line with other large screen premium smartphones. The Pixel 2, with its 5inch screen, and £559 sim-free price seems expensive in comparison, without the “Wow” factor…

By Pocket-lint on 80

The Google Pixel 2 XL brought with it a great deal of excitement at launch, with a sense of ambitious design, embracing the 18:9 display and moving things forward, as well as adding that water proofing to keep pace with the best out there.While the…

By Alphr on 60

Image 5 of 8It’s a little disappointing that the Pixel 2 XL’s potentially most useful – and exciting – feature isn’t fully ready yet but, to be honest, I’m not at all convinced by the phone as a whole anyway. Yes, it has the latest, fastest processor…

By Expert Reviews on 60

The Pixel 2 XL is here, and Google’s plus-sized flagship is now only…

By IT Pro Portal on 90

Google has prided itself in releasing what it says are the leading Android smartphones with each new generation of its devices, and having used the Pixel 2 XL for a few weeks now, it’s hard to argue.Combining powerful and reliable hardware with the very…

By reliancedigital.in on 85

There is no doubt that the Pixel 2 XL is one of the best Android phones around at the moment. It tops our charts in terms of features and performance. However, that’s not the primary reason why we would recommend the phone. What has got us more hooked…

By Gadget Guy Australia on 90

I liked the Google Pixel 2 XL very much. Physically, it’s great to hold, it’s pleasing to the eye, the screen is delightful, and the camera is as good as it gets. I just would have hoped for more open communications capabilities from the USB Type-C port…

By videogamesuncovered.com on 90

Google has made a solid phone and if you have the £799 to pay for the 64GB version for the Pixel 2 XL it’s easily one of the best smartphones of 2017. With a nice design, high-density display and the decent internals, it’s hard not to like the phone.If…

By CGM on 85

Despite the complaints at launch, the Google Pixel 2 Xl is undoubtedly one of the best smartphones of…

By firstpost.com on 42

As I explained in my first impressions, the Pixel 2’s biggest enemy is its design. It’s hard to believe that a customer would pick one off a shelf with other bezel-less smartphones on the same display. This also means that a Pixel 2 customer would know…

By pickr.com.au on 80

While there’s little doubt that the Google Pixel 2 XL provides the goods for Android enthusiasts, it also balances it with a dose of the bads, with hardware issues that will bewilder and confuse, and not necessarily with obvious answers.Let’s just get…

By Phone Scoop on 70

Google and LG did a decent job with the Pixel 2 XL, but they could have done better. This flagship should have absolutely no peers, and yet missteps have marred it a bit.Things about the phone I truly like include the solid build quality, trustworthy…

By IndianExpress on 80

Google Pixel 2 XL was an answer to Apple’s iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus, and Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Note 8. Unfortunately, Google Pixel 2 XL does not feel like a device that has delivered on the promise of being a dream phone for Android fans thanks to…

By TechRadar on 90

Despite losing the cherished 3.5mm headphone jack, the Pixel 2 XL makes up for it in spades with a mix of unique and sought-after features like a stellar design, waterproofing, Active Edge and a truly impressive…

By 91mobiles.com on 80

It’s hard to believe that the world of smartphones is just a decade old. In such a short span of time, the way people communicate has changed, and for a large chunk of people, smartphones are their only way of accessing the world wide web. While Apple…

By gadgetsnow.com on 80

It hasn’t been the kind of start Google would have anticipated with the Pixel 2 smartphones. They can’t be called teething troubles exactly but in its defence, the review unit we got didn’t suffer from most of the reported issues and problems. Google…

By IndiaToday on 80

For a long time, Google was on the fence. Should it be a phone maker too, apart from being the company that owns Android operating system? That was the question. And for a long time, Google answered this question with no. Then it dipped its toes in the…

By Digit on 75

Yes, the Google Pixel 2 XL has a class-leading camera, but it’s also inconsistent. And that’s an issue with this device. Combined with the sub-par display, the overall experience is rather disappointing and we can’t recommend the Pixel 2 XL over its…

By Gadgets360 on 80

Google struggled with hardware with its Nexus devices, but it is trying to change that with big strategic investments, in the hopes that it can one day go toe-to-toe with Apple and Samsung. With all the learnings from its first two Pixel generations,…

By PCMag IN on 90

The Pixel 2 XL packs more Google into its body than any other phone on the…

By Tom’s Guide on 90

Add it all up, and Samsung’s phones remain a cut above, sharing top honors for design and display. The Galaxy S8+ gets the nod over the Note 8, because it’s a little less expensive and you’re more likely to find a deal on this slightly older phone. Even…

By TheStraitsTimes on 80

Like its predecessor, the latest Google Pixel is all about its excellent camera and smooth, Google-centric user experience. Its hardware and design are top-tier, but not best-in-class…

By Recombu on 80

While the Pixel 2 XL is certainly a solid all-round smartphone, there are a few little niggling issues here and there that drop it some vital points.We love the slick performance and fantastic battery life, while the funky design means it’s certainly a…

By Engadget on 89

Chris Velazco/EngadgetI find it difficult to make sweeping statements like “This is the best phone out there, period,” because such generalizations are prone to be wrong for a lot of people. That said, I can safely say the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are the…

By The Verge on 85

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.

By techadvisor.co.uk on 80

The Pixel 2 XL is a fantastic phone. It’s well designed, well built and looks great. The screen issues could put you off, and don’t forget there’s no headphone socket or microSD slot.This is where the Galaxy S8 Plus comes in: it’s cheaper and has both…

By theguardian.com on 100

There is no question that the Google Pixel 2 XL is the best Android experience money can buy. It is the fastest-feeling, slickest and smoothest Android has ever been, putting it well on par with the quality of iOS.The Pixel 2 XL also one of the more…

By T3 Magazine on 60

Both the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL show Google now has clear vision for its flagship smartphones. The design is distinctive and has character, the camera continues to be outstanding, and the software it very intelligent.We think the Pixel 2 XL’s…

By The Inquirer on 80

In fact, the Google Pixel 2 XL is arguably the best Android smartphone on the market right now thanks to its blazing-fast performance, slick Oreo OS and 12MP single-camera that, somehow, manages to outperform even its highest-specced…

By Digital Trends on 90

Absolutely. If you don’t care much for the missing headphone jack, the Pixel 2 XL is the best Android phone…

By IT PRO on 80

The Pixel 2 XL is the best pure Android phone in the market with a smarter Google Assistant and a large curved screen. Unfortunately, the display is a nasty disappointment, with poor viewing angles and dull colours which keeps Google’s phone from…

By greenbot.com on 90

The Pixel 2 XL is an incredible phone that grafts device experiences to life experience in simple, intuitive and smile-provoking…

By Android Authority on 87

With every year it’s becoming more and more clear that you don’t buy a Pixel for its revolutionary hardware or industry-leading design. You buy the Pixel for the stellar software. For the three years of OS updates. For the little tweaks that make using…

By NotebookCheck on 88

No reference. The Pixel 2 XL is visually a high-end smartphone of the year 2017 and has a POLED display in the 2:1 format. Visually, the relation to the LG V30 cannot be denied, but it took a different path in terms of the camera. In addition, there is…

By cnet on 90

The Pixel 2 XL (and the smaller Pixel 2) was unveiled at Google’s big event on today in San Francisco. Both phones share all the same features, but the XL has a 6-inch P-OLED display with 538 pixels per inch and comes in two colors: black and black and…

By Stuff on 100

There was never any doubt that the second Pixel phone would arrive with anything less than an amazing camera. It was always the design that would make or break it – and in many ways, Google has delivered. By going down the same 18:9 aspect ratio and…

By goodhousekeeping.co.uk on 86

The Google Pixel 2 XL is a great smartphone. Ideal for those who want a phone with a large clear display, it is fast and offers excellent battery life. Photo enthusiasts will love all the bells and whistles the camera offers…

By TechSpot on 85

By now you will have heard about the issues with the Google Pixel 2 XL. Its display sucks. Google made a mistake using an LG p-OLED panel on its new flagship over the superior OLED offered by Samsung. The viewing angles are bad, the color performance is…

By TechSpot on 75

The Pixel 2 XL feels one step away from being the undoubted Android champion. Had Google used a superior OLED display, the phone would have been an instant recommendation for basically anyone after a new handset. But with concerns over the display and a high price tag, explore your options before diving into the world of Pixel.

By Know Your Mobile on 80

The Google Pixel 2 XL is my new phone. I liked it that much I went out and bought one, so that should tell you everything you need to know about what I think about this handset. Is it perfect? No. But then nothing is, really. It has everything I look…

By What Hi-Fi? on 80

This is a flagship Android experience, and we have no qualms with the phone in use or indeed how long you can use it for – as we’d expect for £800. Should you want to take lots of photos, you’re in for a treat, too. If you don’t require much else, and…

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