Google Pixel 2's camera is exceptional proves official camera samples

The most important announcement made by Google at its fall product launch event last week wasn't in regards to a feature the upcoming Pixel 2 smartphone will have, but rather one it won't have.

Google's newest earpieces, called "Pixel Buds", are reportedly capable of translating the user's speech into any of 40 major foreign languages-even complex languages like Chinese-as he or she speaks.

Seeing the Pixel 2 offering some unique features, we have listed everything you need to know about the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

According to Android Police, Google provides screenshots for the app featuring an automatic setting when the phones detect a user driving. The story won't be different for the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, the successors to the 2016 models that were unveiled mid last week. Finally, Google also included a few videos in the gallery, showcasing the phone's ability to shoot slow-mo video and demonstrating the optical image stabilization that will keep your videos smooth, even if you're bouncing around while filming.

Did you pre-order a Pixel 2?

If you're in the United Kingdom, the best place - in my humble opinion - to preorder the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL is Carphone Warehouse.

If you opt for the larger Pixel 2 XL it will set you back a little more with the 64GB model costing £799 and the 128GB versions landing in your pocket for £899.

DxOMark scores are being increasingly used to compare camera qualities in smartphones between various brands. Let's take a look at both of them and then decide which one has the better camera.

However, they have managed to salvage this news by creating something that is ridiculously innovative: Pixel Buds. The XL has a prominent "forehead" and "chin", while the regular Pixel has chunky bezels on all sides. And the power it has when paired with the Pixel 2 is quite something as well.

For the iPhone X 64 GB model the price is $1,319 and for the iPhone X 256 GB the price is $1,529.

It also features a 5-inch HD AMOLED display. However the Community Manager for Pixel/Nexus, Orrin Hancock disclosed on the community that their smartphone Pixel 2 does come with a headphone jack it is just that it has been moved to the USB-C port.

In the near future we'll be able to make a more detailed review for both smartphones when the testing in the real world will be available.

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