How do you like the new intro? This is an overview of the battery life while using my Google Pixel 2 daily on T-Mobile LTE all day, and Wi-Fi when at home in the evening. My day consists of Spotify, Reddit, Duo, and Chrome. I keep location on but location history off, with brightness at around 40%. Let me know what you think in the comments below. I do not play any games which is probably why it lasts so well for me. Coming from a Pixel XL, this phone holds up just as well.
This in depth video and image comparison really surprised me. I reveal at the end which one is the Google Pixel 2 and which one is the Apple iPhone 8. They were both set to record in 4k30 (Non HEVC) for equal comparison, and their image modes were on default settings.
It is a little hard to perfectly align them as the Pixel 2 uses EIS which crops the image and prevents small movements while the iPhone 8 uses OIS allowing for more to fit in the frame when compared to the Pixel 2.
Check out the video in 4k if possible, with pictures towards the end. Which one do you think is better? Results are revealed on the last 2 images.
The EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization) made it hard to align every frame, but it is as matched up as I could get it. I think the Pixel 2 held up better overall, what do you think?
Check it out on YouTube! All you have to do is subscribe and comment. Open to anyone in the world, I will close the giveaway and choose on October 8, 2017 at 11:59PM PST. The Pixel XL 2 announcement will be October 4th!
It has been about a year, check out some images I have taken with HDR+ on from around the world. I may part from my Pixel XL soon, and this is my way of saying goodbye.
Check out the video below:
I think there were no speaker holes in the case for a reason, we will have to wait and see if it has front facing speakers or if this case was designed from a false lead.
A while back Google integrated text messaging with Hangouts, and then tried to make the application smooth but only made it worse. This in turn made it incredibly horrible for sending quick text messages and switching between multiple conversations was a slow process. Sometimes I would even miss text messages only due to the transition lag when switching between conversations.
Alas, Messenger is born.
A smooth, quick, and good looking SMS/MMS application with material design was just released by Google. This is the stock messaging application on Lollipop, but it is also available for download on any device with Android 4.1 or above. The search feature as shown below is very smooth and animated very well. Switching between conversations is very smooth and quick. Sending text messages is a light breeze and no longer feels like a heavy chore. MMS messages now notify when their download process begins and they are displayed in a much nicer format. Overall this app was well needed and finally I cant text without being disgusted.
Available here on the Play Store