Google Pixel XL Reviews, Latest News & Update: Newest Google Smartphone Exceeds Nexus Profits? Rose Gold Limited Edition Units Released?

By LA Zamora , Updated Nov 05, 2016 01:32 PM EDT
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If there was a perfect time for Google to launch an attempt to penetrate the world of high-end smart phones, it would be now. Apple Inc. is reportedly struggling with the status quo of their profits, despite of the recent release of the iPhone 7.

Samsung, on the other hand, is trying to survive as the company is bombarded with trust issues because of the exploding Note 7 cases. With this in mind, Google Pixel XL might be a strong contender in the smartphone competition.

Google Pixel XL: Newbie But Goodie?

As with any new smartphone released in the market, Google Pixel XL has been receiving a lot of apprehension from skeptics and critics. Some even taunt Google and say that it should stay within the lines of creating innovative features to the internet.

However, Google Pixel XL pushed through and is now Google's latest offering targeted to compete in the category of high-end smartphones. With the clean track record of Google in all its subsidiary companies and products, the public is excited for what Google Pixel XL has to offer.

Google Pixel XL: Goodbye Nexus?

Google Nexus units have been well-received by the consumers, although it has admittedly failed to usurp Apple or Samsung from the leading spot. Will Google Pixel XL bring home the bacon this time?

Google has reportedly collaborated with HTC to create the Google Pixel XL. For consumers who are looking for savvy or sleek-looking units, expect to feel a slight tinge of disappointment as Google Pixel XL does not have head-turning features. However, Google has reportedly compensated for the lack of aesthetic design by raising the software of the smartphone.

Google Pixel XL, unlike its counterparts with regards to launching, is unfortunately not water resistant. However, Google Pixel XL might be seen in a positive light when its AMOLED display is mentioned. The bright, impressive screen of Google Pixel XL gives users an enticing interface that might make them overlook the gadget's lackluster appearance.

Google Pixel XL price starts at $649. Do you think Google Pixel XL might be the next big thing in the smartphone industry? Sound off in the comments section below!

 

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