The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel two XL separate themselves from all other Android mobiles by constantly sitting on the frontier of the technology giant's mobile platform. The duo of smart phones made their introduction next to a vast selection of services and products, all containing the tech giant's excellent Google Assistant. Unlike last year's Pixel and Pixel XL, which were essentially the exact same phone in two different sizes, so their successors are much easier to tell apart, because of their enormously diverse display panels. The larger Pixel XL two packs a slightly curved 6-inch display with 18:9 ratio, whereas the Pixel 2 features a more conventional-looking 5 inch 16:9 screen.
The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have a very similar design as their predecessors, characterized by an all-metal human body using a glass element in the region round the camera onto the trunk. The bigger Pixel XL 2 absolutely controls more attention than the Pixel two, thanks to its larger curved display.
Google offers the Pixel two at a trio of colors -- Just Black, Clearly White, and Kinda Blue. On the other hand, the Pixel XL two is available in Black and White, and also Just Black, with all the prior looking decidedly Stormtrooper-ish. Both the Black and White and also Kinda Blue color variants also have a contrasting power button, which adds even more character for your own appearance.
Both phones have larger display bezels than the likes of their Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note8, along with LG V30. However, we believe that this is a reasonable price to cover having front-facing stereo speakers -- even a noteworthy omission in their opponents. The build quality is very good not surprisingly given their price range. This past year, Google has made both apparatus IP67 water-resistant, which can be just a welcome upgrade from the original Pixel and Pixel XL.