Google Pixel XL Latest News & Update: Google Pixel XL VS iPhone 7 Plus: Camera, Design, Specs, Price
Google Pixel XL is recently taking over the insignia of flagship Android smartphone. Here is a comparison of Pixel XL with Apple's iPhone 7 Plus to check how these two giants fare in various aspects.
Google Pixel XL vs. Apple's iPhone 7 Plus: Size, Weight & Speed
In terms of size and weight, Google Pixel XL, despite having a 5.5-inch display, similar to the iPhone 7 Plus, is smaller and lighter. The Pixel XL feels slightly smoother, based on doing everyday tasks than the 7 Plus, in term of speed, which was not the case for Android in the past, according to Forbes.
Google Pixel XL vs. Apple's iPhone 7 Plus: Camera
Both smartphones scored equally in terms of snapping photos. There are instances the Pixel XL takes enhanced pictures, sometimes the iPhone 7 Plus does. Pixel XL has an outstanding camera that can hold its own against the best smartphone cameras in the market. This is impressive, taking into account that it is Google's first branded phone launch as compared to Apple's wide range of phones.
Google Pixel XL vs. Apple's iPhone 7 Plus: Design
iPhone 7 Plus is like a doppelganger in terms of hardware likeness of the iPhone 6 Plus and 6s Plus. Google Pixel XL, on the other hand, has a considerably smaller chassis compared to the 7 Plus and is slightly better than the iPhone when it comes to the feel-on-your-hand factor.
Google Pixel XL vs. Apple's iPhone 7 Plus: Apps Experience
Operating Android apps on the Pixel XL is just as satisfying as iOS apps on the 7 Plus. The greater point is that Google Pixel XL functions in this arena just like iOS on the iPhone. Both smartphones yield the same user experience. In addition, the XL is tremendously fast.
Google Pixel XL vs. Apple's iPhone 7 Plus: Price
The Google Pixel XL comes at a starting price of $769 for its 32GB model, and 128GB model at $869. On the other hand, the iPhone 7 Plus is almost similarly priced. It has 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB model priced at $769, $869, $969 respectively, reported by PCMag.