Google Pixel Review Latest News & Updates: Google Pixel Is Better Than The iPhone, Here Are The Top Reasons Why.

By KILAT , Updated Dec 05, 2016 04:49 AM EST
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iPhone is the flagship product of Apple. Its sales contribute to a huge chunk of the company's revenue. The product has its own fans following its every update, lining up at the Apple stores to get their hands on the latest iPhone model.

Google, a household name in the Internet industry, has jumped into the smartphone business. Pixel is the first smartphone by Google and is competing with iPhone. Several reviewers have spoken that Google's Pixel is better than the iPhone. 

Google's Pixel phone has an AMOLED screen. According to a review by the Business Insider, this makes the brightness, clarity and sharpness of the Pixel phone way better than iPhone's LCD technology.The  iPhone has used LCD with iPhone 7 and the earlier models. Hopefully, Apple will switch with OLED for the iPhone 8.

Google's Pixel is faster. Pixel packs a Snapdragon 821 processor from Qualcomm. While iPhone's A10 Fusion is also fast, 1redDrop reviewer expressed that it might seem negligible for most, it matters to the fast tappers and impatient users. Users have full control over Pixel's animation which started with Android 5.0 Lollipop OS. This is not the case with iPhone where most of the time the iOS in control, not the user.

Another advantage Google's Pixel has over Apple's iPhone is Android 7.1 Nougat. Apple fans would say that the iOS is more advanced and polished than the iOS. True, there are pros and cons to the competing operating systems but Nougat has stepped it up with manageability and user-friendlier features.

Nougat heavily relies on Marshmallow capabilities. Pixel has reserved the features to themselves rather than their OEMs. Photo and video storage is probably a struggle for most iPhone users. Google's pixel offers unlimited photo and video storage. Check out more of its features with the video below:

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