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Am I The Only One Who Thinks That Google’s New Pixel Device Looks Way Too Boring?

It’s no longer news that Google will be launching a device next month, actually, two devices, a Google Pixel and a bigger Google Pixel XL.

Yesterday, we caught a glimpse of the device and the first thought that came to mind was, why does it look so boring?

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The specs are quite impressive, though

You are looking at a 5-inch Full HD display, while the Pixel XL sports a 5.5-inch display QHD. Under the hood, both phones might pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset, which has a quad-core processor clocked at 2.0GHz,  a 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 12MP rear-facing camera, an 8MP front-facing camera, a fingerprint scanner on the back. It is also expected to come with Android 7.1 Nougat preinstalled.

The Google Pixel will have 2,770mAh and 3,450mAh for the Google Pixel XL.

Kinda impressive, right?

The only issue I have right now is the fact that the Pixel looks like something I have seen before, although rumors claim that the back view might sport a glass made portion at the top.

 

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    8 comments on “Am I The Only One Who Thinks That Google’s New Pixel Device Looks Way Too Boring?

    1. Xerxes says:

      Yeah it actually looks kinda boring that is in looks but it’s a beast of a device spec wise ..with its processor and slim stock Android experience it could out perform most(if not all)flagships out there

    2. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:

      … WELL, I REALLY DON’T EVEN HAVE INTEREST IN IT. MOST NEXUS(NOW CHANGING TO *PIXEL*) ARE ALMOST ALWAYS DULL. THIS ONE IS PARTICULARLY BORING. BUT THERE ARE DIE HARD HARD FANS OF THE STOCK ANDROID…

    3. tee says:

      Function over form…

      1. Victor Molokwu says:

        Real talk

    4. Adeniji Micheal says:

      The look doesn’t matter much 2 me.. The Functions is the Key..

    5. ayomi says:

      me like this, Tobi where can i order this XL fro google pls?

    6. Kenny says:

      The allure in Google devices is the OTA update speed. everytime a new software comes out they get it fast.

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