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Google Pixel

Since Google’s acquisition of Android way back in 2005, mobile phone enthusiasts have been treated with high-quality Android devices beginning with the Google Nexus. Its successor, the Google Pixel has shaped up to be a worthy one; it boasts high-end specs and the promise of speedy updates and security patches to round it up.

Pixel XL

Having launched in late 2016, Google Pixel XL made waves as the new subject of the company's flagship program. It is available in an array of Quite Black, Very Silver and Really Blue colours. With the aluminium unibody design and extra-large screen real estate, the phone's excellent build quality is supplemented by a zippy Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 and 4 GB of RAM. The display comes at a roomy 5.5 inches for excellent gaming, media and everyday use scenarios. You may not even need a screen protector because the Corning Gorilla Glass 4 secures the display and makes it look gorgeous at the same time.

Unlocked Models

A factory unlocked Google Pixel is your best bet at having an excellent vacation or business trip without being tied to a carrier. It will work with any mobile network provider, so you can travel the world with your sidekick ready for anything. Write emails, send texts, surf the web and capture breathtaking moments with its superb 12.3 MP camera. Opting for the regular Pixel with the 5-inch screen means even better portability, so you can easily whip it out when picture perfect moments present themselves.

Fingerprint Sensor

Every Google Pixel iteration features a conveniently placed fingerprint sensor at the back of the device. You can easily reach it with an index finger to unlock the phone within a fraction of a second. This feature is great when you want to take a quick snap of a fleeting moment, which is something that traditional pattern unlocking methods cannot match.

USB Type C

In line with the evolving standards in terms of connectivity, Google Pixel mobiles phones feature a Type C port that allows for easier connectivity. The reversible cable means you will always plug it in right, and it subsequently reduces wear and tear.

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