What We Learned From Google’s Bouncy New Pixel and Pixel XL 2 devices

We’ve been using our Pixel and Google Pixel XL phones to test out the new Pixel and its larger sibling the Pixel XL2 since the first day of availability, and we’ve found that the two devices are pretty much identical.

There are some minor differences in the design of the Pixel phones, though, and some new features have made their way into the Pixel and XL phones.

Here’s what we’ve learned so far: The Pixel and the Pixel 2 are the same size Pixel.

There’s no longer a gap between the top and bottom edges of the device.

The rear camera is now on the right side of the phone.

The Pixel XL and the larger Pixel 2 have a removable back cover.

The bottom edge of the screen is now wider.

The front of the Google Pixel is now a little narrower.

The Google Pixel and other Google devices now have a 5-inch display.

There is no longer the large Pixel XL display.

The device has an 18:9 aspect ratio, with the Pixel on the left and the XL on the top.

It’s a little odd that the Pixel is a little wider than the larger phone, but Google has been making sure that this is a standard feature of the new phones.

Google Pixel: The biggest change for the Pixel devices is the addition of a 5.5-inch Full HD display.

While that screen size is certainly more than the 4.7-inch panel that the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8 are using, Google says that the extra pixels mean that it should have better viewing angles, as well as better contrast and color saturation.

We found this to be true with the Galaxy A8 and A8 Plus phones, and the Note 8 is using the same panel.

The Note 8 also had a 5:5 aspect ratio that gave it an image that looked very good on a larger display.

For the Pixel, Google has doubled the resolution, up to a resolution of 1080p.

This makes the Pixel a very bright display, and it also brings with it a slight increase in color saturation, though we noticed that this was only noticeable on the Note line.

Pixel XL: While the Pixel has an increased screen resolution, Google still says that it’s the same display size as the iPhone X, which is a display that’s slightly larger than the display of the Galaxy Nexus.

In the Pixel’s case, the display is a bit bigger than the Galaxy X, too, and Google says the Pixel still offers the same overall quality and image quality as the larger phones.

The screen is a 5mm-thick glass and is backed by Gorilla Glass 4.

It has a 5MP camera on the back, as opposed to the 5MP shooter found on the Pixel.

The phone has a fingerprint sensor on the front, but that doesn’t offer any new features.

The camera is also smaller and thinner than the Pixel X, and Pixel X users can’t choose whether to have a rear or front camera, which could be a big plus for users who prefer their phones to be smaller.

Pixel 2: The most important difference between the Pixel models is that the phone now comes with Android L, a new version of Android that Google says improves battery life and speed.

The phones have also been updated with some new hardware features.

Google says it’s been able to improve the battery life of the phones by up to 25 percent.

Pixel users will also be able to use the phone with Android Pay, which will offer the same functionality as Google Pay, but with a lower charge time.

Pixel phones are expected to be available for $650 in the US, and a more modest $749 in the rest of the world, which includes international shipping.

Pixel X: Google has also been adding support for Google Play Music, which has been available on the Google Play Store for several months.

We didn’t get a chance to test this feature on the devices that were released to test, but we did get to try it out on the Play Music app.

We were impressed with the new feature.

In our experience, we were able to make purchases using Play Music on the phones.

We used the Google Assistant to buy albums, and I was able to stream music from my Spotify playlist to the phone using the new Assistant.

The assistant also was able do things like play videos from the phone, like the video above.

Google also announced the Pixel 3, a successor to the Pixel line.

This is the Pixel in black and white, with a 5 megapixel camera and a smaller 5-megapixel front camera.

The new Pixel 3 features an improved processor and better battery life.

We also found that it had a better camera, and was able make some nice shots with it.

The next iteration of Google’s smartphone line is expected to launch this year, and is expected be much smaller than the new models.

It will likely be smaller than its predecessors

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