Google’s Pixel seems to be a disturbingly good phone. When the Pixel first arrived, everyone was excited about it. Because, the idea of Google taking the reins of both hardware & software design and producing an Android phone together.
Google wanted control over the hardware simply to unlock the full potential of its software. The Pixel’s camera is, in most circumstances, better than the iPhone’s. Google has stepped in to handle more of the camera stack already sees it striding ahead of Apple’s 800-strong camera team.
Pixel’s camera is much better, because it produces consistently greater sharpness and dynamic range, that looks more pleasing colors, and even better low-light results. To beat the iPhone, Google’ll have to beat the iPhone’s camera.
With Pixel, you rarely need more than one attempt to get the best iPhone photo, whereas other phones can sometimes outperform it on sharpness, but demand more careful operation.
The Pixel seems to be the best of both worlds: it’s both sharper than the iPhone and super easy to use. With the Pixel, you’ll never need to take a second shot, and the Google’s camera app is fast and efficient, just like everything else on the Pixel.
But, the iPhone still retains the crown, because, when it comes to resale value iPhone beats. You can resell iPhone a year from now at best price, provided you’ve taken good care of it. But, the Android handset you might buy today, on the other hand, will grow much cheaper much faster.
No, doubt, that the Pixel’s performance is top notch, but the fact remains that, iOS apps are little bit more than Android apps. Even smoother animations and better-considered interfaces, sometimes can’t beat the functionality.
For Google, the Pixel might be nothing more than short of a triumph. As the Mountain View company has brought out a phone that both costs and performs like an iPhone. Because, Google wants to be is right next to the iPhone, not even on some budget tier below it.
The Google phone is a welcome disturbance and disruption for those believing that only the iPhone could satisfy all needs without drastic compromises.