iPhone, iPhone, iPhone!
These days everyone is talking only about them. Everyone wants an iPhone in their hands as it has numerous features that android lacks. Android phones are somehow frustrating to many. Sometimes it's poorly designed also. If you want to buy a phone, I suggest you to go for iPhone. It's best among all of them in the market. On one side, it's best and on the other, it's very costly too. But now, iPhone has a competitor, yes, a competitor and the competitor is none other than Google Pixel.
It is giving look and competence of an iPhone, with a truly amazing camera and lots and lots of innovative softwares and services. It is going to change everyone's answer to the question we all hear most often: What phone should you get? Go and get Pixel. Google's new gift in the form of phone arrives Thursday, starting at $650 for the Pixel and $770 for the Pixel XL. Colors they are offering are blue, black, or silver, with 32 or 128 gigs of storage, from Google or from Verizon.
You should buy it directly from Google. Most models already are out of stock. After buying Google Pixel you are having the best camera with you. You can take a lot and lot of pictures with 12-megapixel photos and more selfies using the 8-megapixel front cam.
In every case, the colors, dynamic range, and sharpness is definitely going to exceed the phones' features you have used in your life. You are not going to get the cool zoom or soft-focus features of the lovable iPhone 7 Plus, but you are going to kill everyone with your photos. And also, everything automatically goes into Google photos, wonderful, where this wonderful phone Google Pixel gets you unlimited free storage for full-resolution videos.
The fact which must be get noticed about the real difference between the Pixel and the cool dude iPhone's camera is none other than a matter of approach as much as of execution. The iPhone blindly gives the exact light of the image, whether it's flat or dark. The Pixel, like most Android phones, is going to enhance everything to make it a little brighter, a little more energetic. The best thing you get is that you can watch the automatic HDR processing in real time if you open a photo right after shooting. Most of the time, the Pixel is going to take a nicer photo than you'd expect. Professional photographers always give the first preference to make those creative decisions. But you are going to like your photos with an awesome look on Instagram, no filters necessary, no need to add filters. You have never been more confident shooting with your dull Smartphone. This time you are going to be too confident.
The Pixel's only exceptionally good hardware features are the large, round, rear fingerprint reader and the glass panel that takes up about a third of the back. You will be going to love how easy it is to turn the phone on and unlock it with my index finger while sliding it out of your little pocket, but it going to be little annoying to have to pick it up every time unless you want to manually enter the password you have set. The glass panel is pointless. It is not pointed.
You know what the Pixel is lacking? Yes, it lacks something and that's too annoying as it's not waterproof. In my view, every phone should be waterproof. The Pixel continues the long establishment, established by Google's discontinued Nexus line, of being the only way to enjoy the best of Android. In fact, it's even higher than that. It's a humiliation and the reason is that the Pixel addresses almost all of the annoying small or big things about Android.
In order to understand this let's take an example, till now, application icons were generally of different sizes. On the Pixel, you are going to have all of them uniform, and most of them are going to be round. It feels carefully examined in a way in which Android hardly does.
An unobtrusive icon that leads you into the Google Now stream replaces the giant Google search bar now you are not able to see that giant bar as it was replaced. You can swipe up from the bottom of the home screen to access apps, instead of what you are doing till now that tapping the four-dot button. The software even uses Application Shortcuts, which are basically like 3D Touch for Android but as we all know that hardly any apps use it so far in android. Also, the sharing menus are smarter and better known or we can say well distinguished, apps refresh in the background so we are going to found all of them always up to date, and widgets and notifications that we are seeing till now are useful, creative and even more interactive.
But the iOS was always so much simpler, with superficial learning curves. Don't be confused, The Pixel's software is not going to close the gap totally. It's still too easy to jumble your home screens with the existing multiple versions of the same icon, but is still too hard to find cool features. However, but the Pixel is the most logical and characterized Android ever.