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Thursday, October 6, 2016

Google Pixels XL vs iPhone 7 Plus: Full Review And Specs Comparision

Google's launch of the Pixels (Google Pixel and Pixel XL) all but ensures that Apple's iPhone 7 range gets itself another rivaling smartphone and this time it is not usual suspect Samsung.
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Comparing both devices is sure to be a very interesting argument between Android users and Apple fanboys.
Google's Pixels boast unlimited free photo/video backup, a indepth integrated AI and similar to the now killed off Google Nexus program (Nexus smartphone line), seasonable and
effortless background software updates.
Battery wise the Pixel XL beats Apple's iPhone 7 (3,450mAh to 2,900mAh), however Apple has over the years established an ability to do more with less battery wise thus making the battery difference a bit of a non-issue.
While Google Pixel features an awesome AMOLED display, Apple's iPhone 7 1080p display remains one of the coolest LCD panels in the smartphone world. 
Google's Pixels is powered Snapdragon 821 processor which is a massive 10% faster than the predecessor: Snapdragon 820.
Apple iPhone 7's awesome A10 Fusion chip however remains in a league of its own and I remain skeptical on whether Google Pixels' Snapdragon 821 would beat it in a straight performance.
When it comes to camera, the Pixel XL boasts of having the best smartphone camera in existence (according to DXOMark ranking) despite it featuring a 
slightly narrower f/2.0 aperture than the iPhone 7.
Apple's iPhone 7 Plus camera however features a second "zoom" sensor-lens combo (it allows for the equivalent of 2x optical zoom alongside a beta stage "portrait" mode) on its back - a feature the Pixels cannot boast of (Google's Pixels however boast of artificially-generated Lens Blur feature in its camera app). 
Google's Pixel XL camera also launches a lot faster than the iPhone 7 camera (attributed to a dedicated double-press of the power button from anywhere) and the Pixel XL camera also boasts zero shutter lag and HDR+ feature which is enabled by default.
Apple's iPhone 7 plus however thwarts the Pixels by being waterproof, a feature which is unavailable on Google's Pixels.
Software wise, Pixels Android v7.1 Nougat (+ Google UI) is definitely a rival fot iPhone 7 plus's iOS 10.2 with Google already having launched the Google Duo video calling app to rival Facetime and Google Allo messaging app to take on iMessage.
Apple - with the iPhone - are more focused with protecting user data (achieving this by doing most AI-based calculations on the iPhone itself). 
This ensures all features on the iPhone exist locally and for the larger part do not communicate with other apps phone.
The benefit of this is users' personal data remain safe in case of any cloud data breach.
Google however are more concerned with having users steadily connected, with aims of improving users' experience.
This is achieved by offering features that works (and better too!) everywhere as users feed the Pixels more information. 
Google aims at building a personal experience specifically for a user, this is achieved by sharing parts of such user's experience with all user's apps in the most secure way possible. 
Apple wants to offer you better ways to use Apple products, often at the expense of interoperability.
Both the Pixel XL and iPhone 7 plus is priced at $769 (weirdly interesting) and are both cool devices with amazing features.
It is up to you to decide which suits your needs/which appeals to you more


CategoryGoogle Pixel XLiPhone 7 Plus
Operating SystemAndroid 7.1 with Google UIiOS 10.2
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 821Apple A10 Fusion
Display5.5-inch AMOLED 2560x14405.5-inch 1920x1080 IPS
Rear Camera12MP ƒ/2.0
1.55-micron pixels
PDAF, Laser Autofocus
12MP wide-angle (ƒ/1.8 aperture) and telephoto (ƒ/2.8 aperture)
Optical zoom at 2x, digital zoom up to 10x
Optical image stabilization, Quad-LED True Tone flash
Front camera8MP7MP
Battery3450mAh non-removable2900mAh non-removable
ChargingFast chargingStandard charging
ConnectivityUSB Type-C, Bluetooth 4.2Lightning, Bluetooth 4.2
Fingerprint sensorYesYes
IP ratingIP53IP67
ColorsQuite Black, Very Silver, Really BlueRose Gold, Gold, Silver, Black, Jet Black
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