The Nexus’ successor: a success in some ways, a disappointment in others
Google’s first ever non-Nexus smartphone is here – and with it, Google has ditched its previous “sell ‘em cheap” approach in favour of a “please pay lots of money for this premium handset” model.
Starting at a shade under £600, the Pixel is in the same league as the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Apple iPhone 7, so it needs to deliver the goods to achieve must buy status. As you’ll know if you’ve read our in-depth review, we don’t think it’s quite there – but there’s no denying that it’s an impressive effort in many ways.
So let’s get to it: here are five things we love about the Google Pixel, and three things we’re not quite so keen on…
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