The beginning of the last quarter of 2016 witnessed some of the great announcements related to the smartphone world. Google, the pioneer of search internet technology, has unveiled the launch of its new Google Pixel series phones. Google finally took the wraps off the new Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones.
According to BGR, Android fans might have to say goodbye to the Google’s Nexus brand, but there are plenty of promising features coming in the new Pixel lineup. These phones seem to outshine the most popular flagship smartphones in the world which are iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus.
Google Pixel Features
Let us have a look at the most important features of these phones:
It is the future of Google which uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to tailor the Google experience to the needs of every user. It can answer Google search queries and personalized searches through voice or text.
Unlimited HQ Photo And Video Storage Features
With the new Pixel and Pixel XL, you will get free and unlimited photo and video storage using Google Photos. There are no restrictions to quality. Owners of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus get the same storage capacitu but they need to pay to keep files at the original quality.
Smart Storage System
The Google Pixel phones have a smart storage system in which your photos and videos will be automatically deleted after the internal storage reaches near to full capacity. It will only remove the files which have been backed up by Google Photos.
Better Display Reolution In Pixel Phones
Google Pixel has a resolution of 1080p as compared to 720p in iPhone 7. Similarly Pixel XL carries 2k resolution as compared to 1080p resolution of iPhone 7 Plus.
FullAdvantage Of New VR System
The Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones support Google’s Daydream VR platform which will be able to take the full advantage of the new VR platform.
The OS updates will be done automatically when the new OS updates are available. The Pixel phones will automatically download and install them when they are connected over Wi-Fi.
Will you switch to Google Pixel? What features do you love? Or will you keep the iPhone 7? Share your comments below.
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