Both the phones donot have head phones jack. To have even remotely quality bluetooth buds, you have to fork over a large sum of many, and even then, many are not worth it. It comes with a max storage of 256GB, which should be enough for most people.
We can see a similar strategy with voice search; Google has opened up the API for hardware manufacturers such as Bose and Sonos to integrate the Google Assistant into their products. The Galaxy S8+'s monster 6.2-in display pushes it well into phablet turf. The smaller Pixel 2 will have a 2.5D 16:9 ratio 5-inch AMOLED display which has a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels.
The larger Pixel 2 XL gets a slightly updated design with reduced bezels and an nearly edge-to-edge screen. You don't have to pick up your phone or unlock it to see notifications. The specs inside are powerful, including Snapdragon 835, 4GB RAM and 64GB/128GB storage options. Still, it makes sense to encourage the switch to alternatives so the ecosystem is in place when the time comes that 3.5mm jacks are dropped by every phone manufacturer.
Both the iPhone 8 Plus and Galaxy Note 8 scored 94 points in camera department, which is ahead of 90 scored by the HTC U11 and Google Pixel (XL), and 88 points by iPhone 7 Plus. It all depends on what users prefer: a pure Android experience or an iOS product with a more robust and a better monitored App Store. However, the strap between them might maybe make them harder to lose.
Google launched Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL- the second generation of Pixel smartphones at its global event on October 4 in San Francisco.
In case you were wondering, no, not even a year later, nothing else can replicate Pixel's camera performance. Initially, I was quite disappointed to hear that the new flagship Google phone would be following in the footsteps of the iPhone- without a headphone jack.
All you need to do is touch and hold the right earbud to activate Google Assistant, which is available on their latest smartphone.
Both the front and rear cameras are also able to add depth of field focus via some clever software - something most other smartphones need dual-lens cameras to achieve.
The Pixel 2 will cost you Rs. 61,000 / Rs. 70,000 for 64GB/128GB repectively and the Pixel 2 XL will cost you Rs. 73,000 / Rs. 82,000 for 64GB/128GB respectively. But given how Google mocked Apple over its decision just 12 months ago, I expected the Big G to be the last man standing by refusing to follow the herd. The Mountain View Company wants a share of the high-end smartphone market - a market that Apple dominates despite releasing only two phones - and three this year - each year for the past three years.