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Google Pixel

  • December 3, 2017

    Google Pixel 2 Second Impression

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  • November 20, 2017

    Google Pixel 2 First Impression

    I have been a die-hard Apple user for over 10 years. I need a phone on both platforms (iOS and Android) for work reasons. I decided to purchase a Google Pixel 2 not the XL just the regular Pixel 2. I went with the Google Pixel 2 because the appeal of how Google is designing and handling the Pixel 2. Unlike Samsung, Nokia and Motorola Google is doing business the way Apple does things they are designing both the hardware and software which to me is a big deal as that is what has always appealed to me about Apple. Moving From iOS To Android Unlink other Android manufacturers the Googles Pixel 2 makes breaking up the iPhone very easy walking you through turning off iMessage and providing an adapter for the iPhone and a build in a wizard to move your apps, photos, videos, contacts, and messages over in a few minutes. This very much impressed me as my previous try at moving to a Samsung Phone was not a huge success. Security and Location The next thing that really impressed me about the Pixel was the fingerprint sensor it was so much more conveniently located behind the phone then using your thumb on the iPhone home button I think anyway. As I was playing with Android I noticed that the Pixel 2 has a software-based home button very much like the iPhone there is also a back button and square button for app management the equivalent of Apple home button double tap which is very Apple-like in design. Dongles Are In This Year Just like iPhone 7 and newer, there is no headphone jack and you need to use an adapter to listen to music. So again, no charging and listening without wireless headphones which is fine for...
  • October 21, 2016

    Google Pixel C

    The new Google Pixel C “the most advanced android tablet” which is developed and marketed by Google on September 29th, 2015. The Google Pixel until today when compared to other tablets has been found to have the best performance in operating system. Its tablet has a slim, compact aluminum built which makes it look sturdy. Also know that it’s optional Bluetooth keyboard is solid and can be doubled as the tablets covers. This tablet has a resolution of 2560×1800 pixels, a 10.2 inch tablet which runs at 308 ppi being powered by the 256-core Maxwell GPU, offering you a gigantic HD screen giving you brighter and colorful resolution. It’s has weight at 18.2 oz. (517 g), which means that the 9.53×7.05×0.28-inch (242x179x7mm device fits easily in the hand that is by using any orientation, also know that the narrow bezel helps to enrich its idea as a tablets i.e. as an iPad-beater. The Google Pixel C has outstanding camera specs that offers image editing tools, this comes with 2 MP camera on the front and 8 MP on the back, and it has an audio of (3.5 mm combo headphone/microphone jack, dual side-facing speakers). Please know that the connectivity in Pixel C comes with the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and has a USB 3.0 Type-c reversible connector. Also know that this has a running android 6.0 marshmallow that is being powered by the NVIDIA Tegre XI processor, consisting of 3GB Ram which has an internal memory of 64GB and 32GB. It’s the perfect goodie for those who love to play games for this tablet provides you non-removable battery to you, which can be installed inside Google pixel and can be fully charged within 15 minutes. The reason for this is that its processor uses the curiously named ARM big little architecture which...