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Where Can I Buy A Pixel 2 Phone [PORTABLE]

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where can i buy a pixel 2 phone

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The Pixel 2 features very consistent exposures in bright light, and is very impressive when compared with other smartphones indoors and in low light as well. One difference with most other phones is that the Pixel 2 renders bright light scenes a little brighter than is technically accurate, but that may be a better match for the way the photographer remembers the scene.

But there is some practical guidance I can give you based on my experiences with these latest Googley phones and my intimate knowledge of their assorted Pixel predecessors. And the most important variable to consider is which specific Pixel you're packin' in your suspiciously sticky palm.

So think it through with me, won't ya? And whether you end up snagging the latest and greatest Pixel or stickin' with your current model, be sure to mosey your way over to my free Pixel Academy e-course next. It'll teach you all sorts of useful new stuff your phone can do for you, no matter which Pixel you end up possessing.

And this one's a somewhat two-pronged answer: First, your Pixel 6 is still perfectly peachy and set to get Android updates for another solid two years. You've got no particularly pressing reason to make the leap to the Pixel 7, and you'd certainly be fine to stick with your current phone for another year or two.

The Pixel 7 Pro also has a substantially less curved screen than the 6 Pro before it, which largely addresses my complaints with that earlier model. The curve on this year's phone is quite subtle and more reminiscent of the slight edge sloping we saw way back with the Nexus 4 than the extreme and experience-harming slant in last year's model.

That means you'd effectively be paying a mere 20 bucks for a regular Pixel 7 from Google or basically getting the phone free from Best Buy, provided your 6 Pro is in reasonable condition. If you go the Pixel 7 Pro route, you'd bring the phone's price down to $220 from Google or $200 from Best Buy. Not too shabby.

The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are also in a completely different league when it comes to processing power, which can make the phone feel a fair bit snappier. That being said, the Pixel 6a is certainly no slouch with performance for most average-mammal needs, and you may or may not notice any obvious difference in your day-to-day use (especially if you aren't doing a ton of multitasking and other high-resource-requiring work).

The Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro would be a significant upgrade from the 5a in every possible measure, and you'd absolutely notice the difference. But your current phone is still fine, and the 5a is set to be supported with Android software updates all the way through August 2024.

Hanging onto a phone that's not rockin' current software is never a fully advisable move. If you really want to keep your Pixel 4 a while longer, you could get away it for another handful of months. But the Pixel 7 or 7 Pro will be a major leap forward for you, and from almost every possible perspective, it's an upgrade worth making.

With that in mind, you could easily get away with keeping it for another year yet and then thinking about an upgrade next fall. And since you're on the midrange path now, you may well want to stick with that same route and think about the next Pixel "a" phone instead of taking the full-price, flagship-phone road.

This one's easy: If you've got the Pixel 3, get the Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro. Your phone's been out of date since early this year, which means you didn't get Android 13, haven't gotten security patches in several months, and won't get any other major software updates moving forward.

Same deal as above: Coming from the midrange "a" path, you might prefer the Pixel 6a, if cost is a concern or you just don't particularly care about the premium phone perks (physical form, camera extras, extra under-the-hood oomph, and all that fun stuff).

The Pixel 2 and its XL companion are still on 2020's Android 11 software and haven't received a security update in nearly two years. That aside, the phones themselves are now five years old. And lemme tell ya: We've come a loooong way since their launch.

And that's even more true for the first-gen Pixel I've got nearby as well. Much as I adore it, that phone is now six years old, stuck on 2019's Android 10 version of the operating system, and three years out of date on security patches.

The Google Pixel 2 price didn't increase year-over-year, so like its dated design, it isn't keeping up with the competition. This is surprising for a phone announced on October 4, and a release date of October 19.

It costs $649 / 629 / AU$1,079 for the 64GB version, and $749 / 729 / AU$1,229 for the 128GB configuration. In the US, this phone is sold on-contract through Verizon only among carriers, but worry not, ordering it from the Google Store will mean it works on all networks, including AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.

Both new Pixel phones are now IP67 waterproof (meaning they can survive underwater up to 1m or 3.3ft down for an hour) and retain a glass-and-metal design on the back, albeit with less glass toward the top compared to their predecessors.

Music on this phone sounds great through headphones, and we even liked listening to music through the dual front-facing stereo speakers. Yes, there's an odd ticking noise coming from some Pixel 2 speakers, but Google promises a software fix for this issue.

Samsung has stopped selling the original S21 family, but the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE offers similar hardware for slightly less. It has a large, 6.4-inch OLED screen, as well as a Snapdragon 888 processor, the same kind that was in every flagship phone last year. However, the $700 asking price makes it only $100 less than the Galaxy S23, which runs faster, offers better build quality, and will receive updates more frequently. The Pixel 7, meanwhile, costs $100 less and provides a better software experience and superior camera performance.

Target appears to only have the 64GB versions of each phone, while Best Buy and Verizon have both 64GB and 128GB options. Again, Verizon seems to have an exclusive on the Kinda Blue Pixel 2, so that means all three of these retailers will sell you that color.

What's most fascinating about Google's new Pixel 2 phone is what's to come. googletag.cmd.push(function() googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1449240174198-2'); ); The phone sets itself apart with promises to bake in Google's powerful artificial-intelligence technology for quick and easy access to useful, even essential information. But much of the neat stuff will come later. The phone coming out Thursday is more of a teaser.

To be sure, the Pixel 2 is a solid phone. It's not as elegantly designed as an iPhone or a Samsung Galaxy phone. But it delivers a strong tie-in to Google's services, including those intended to fetch what you need automatically.

The Pixel 2 comes with Google Lens, a way of searching Google just by pointing your camera at a landmark, object or storefront. This can give you quick access to reviews and store hours. It might help identify that mysterious building you walk by every day. Google Lens will also pull out web addresses and phone numbers from signs so you can browse or call with just at tap.

It's a good start, but both still have work to do. And for now, Google Lens requires you to take a photo first. Seamless, instant analysis is "coming soon." All you'll have to do is squeeze the bottom of the phone for the Google Assistant to pop up.

Google says the feature works best with people and small objects. I got it to work for flowers and selfies (yes, it works with the front camera, too, something limited elsewhere to Apple's upcoming iPhone X). But I couldn't blur out tourists ambling behind statues; Apple and Samsung phones managed that with the depth lens. Not to mention that second lens offers a 2x zoom without a reduction in quality.

When locked, the phone continually listens for songs and automatically identifies the name and artist. There have been times songs ended before I could pull up SoundHound to do this. Google says all this is done on the phone itself, so it's not sending your music tastes to its servers. Google says the battery drain should be minimal.

Next month, $159 wireless headphones called Pixel Buds will offer real-time audio translation, so two people can communicate using different languages, while hearing instant translations in a native tongue. A separate Google Translate app offers this now, but having the feature built into Pixel should make it easier to use.

The fact that the Pixel is unfinished shouldn't deter would-be buyers. This is common these days, as more power comes through software updates rather than hardware. Samsung's Galaxy S8 phones shipped this spring without its much-touted Bixby assistant ready.

What you get in the $650 Pixel 2 is a great workhorse. For elegance, you need the $700 iPhone 8 or the $750 Galaxy S8. The larger Pixel 2 XL starts at $850, more than the iPhone 8 Plus and the S8 Plus. Apple and Samsung include headphones; Google doesn't. But the Pixel 2 comes with a USB-C adapter so you can plug in ordinary headphones; like the latest iPhones, the Pixel 2 has eliminated the standard headphone jack.

In late October, an alpha port of TWRP was made available for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. And this week, XDA Recognized Developer / Recognized Contributor nathanchance has released guides to unlocking, flashing, and rooting both phones.

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