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Google Pixel XL G2PW210032GBBK Factory Unlocked Smartphone, 32GB, 5.5-Inch Display - U.S. Version (Quite Black)
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- Unlimited Google Storage
- Package length: 8.19"
- Package width: 6.99"
- Package height: 2.09"
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|Camera Description||12.3 MP||—||—||—||—||12.3 MP|
|Screen Size||5.5 inches||5.6 inches||5 inches||5 inches||5.5 inches||5 inches|
|Item Dimensions||1.73 x 6.93 x 5.91 inches||5.96 x 2.76 x 0.32 inches||10.00 x 7.00 x 3.00 inches||5.70 x 2.70 x 0.60 inches||6.09 x 2.98 x 0.33 inches||0.33 x 2.74 x 5.66 inches|
|Item Weight||1.00 lbs||5.12 ounces||1.00 lbs||5.70 ounces||5.93 ounces||5.12 ounces|
|Operating System||Android 7.1||Android, Chrome OS||—||android||—||Android 7.1|
Meet Pixel, a phone by Google. It’s the first phone with the Google Assistant built in. Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. It’s your own personal Google Assistant, always ready to help. The 12.3 MP rear camera and 8 MP front camera take stunning photos in low light, bright light, or any light. And with unlimited storage for your photos and videos, you’ll never have to delete an old memory to make room for a new one. Additional features for Pixel include a 5.0" AMOLED display, cinematic widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio, Corning Gorilla Glass for durability, and more.
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Issue? The bootloader is locked on the Verizon version. Install and run 'CID Getter' from the play store. Look for the line: ro.boot.cid (it's quite a ways down the page). If it says VZW__001, then it's not the Google store version. If it's 11111111 then it's the right one.
You can also enable developer tools and if 'OEM Unlock' is greyed out, then you didn't get the Google Store *UNLOCKED* one.
If that doesn't matter to you, then THIS PHONE IS PRETTY AWESOME!
But, y'know, it matters to me, so... returning.
I've forgotten how much I loved real Android.
The lack of expandable memory is not an issue. It is a plain well built phone. I am using a Google Pixel XL brand case and screen protector. The phone would be a bit hard for me to hold on to with the glass and metal back. With the simple Google Case. No problem. I've had no issues with the phone. If I had to pick one thing to improve on it would be the battery. I'm getting my settings fine tuned and with heavy use am getting 12 hours of on time. I switched from a Huawei Mate 9 back to the Pixel XL.
I like it. Plain simple and runs like a champ. It's Google, it's Android.
Pros: the price is hard to beat. Compatible with Android Pie (9). Camera is fast and takes terrific pictures. Its successor has some nice upgrades, but getting a still-supported flagship phone for a midrange price was a worthwhile compromise. For a refurbished device, it was physically flawless. The only clue it wasn't new was the packaging - safe and durable, but not the original, fancy box.
*the Bluetooth can be flaky. an incoming phone call frequently kills the connection with bluetooth headsets or car audio. I often have to reboot the phone and power cycle the headset to reestablish a working connection. Some headsets seem to work a bit better (Beats) than others (generic buds on sale) but I've had more problems with every bluetooth headset than i've had with any previous phone.
* The phone gets very hot when running VR (google cardboard) apps.
Bottom line: For $300 I got a phone that feels like a flagship. It may not be the king of 2018 or even 2017, but I upgraded from the 2017 "midrange flagship" from Motorola and there are very few areas where I felt like I stepped backwards. (I kind of like the G5 Plus' front finger sensor that doubles as navigation, and I liked the SD card option.)