Google changed its approach to Smartphones last year and made a move from the Nexus line to the Pixel line. Google directly decided to compete with the Galaxies and the iPhones and the move has indeed been a very good one. The Google Pixel and the Google Pixel XL have checked almost all the boxes that an exceptional flagship should and these two phones are the best Android Phones available at the moment.
The stock software experience on the Pixel has been its strength and its the only phone to house the Google Assistant presently. Ofcourse, no smartphone is perfect and there is room for improvement in the Pixel line too with features like a stereo speaker and an IP68 rating missing.
We think that the Pixel Hardware is a very uninspiring design. It has huge chins like the iPhone but these are used for practically nothing as there are no physical navigation keys or a front-firing speaker. With all the smartphone manufacturers moving to a bezel-less display, its high time even Google makes the move.
Krishna Kumar, the Product Lead for the Pixel smartphones, has asked us about what we feel about the design of the Pixel line.
I would like to hear your thoughts. What do you like about the design? What do you hate about it? What did we get right? What would you like to see us improve?”, Krishna Kumar wrote.
The whole discussion takes place on Google’s Product Forums and in case you want to voice out your opinion, you can do so by clicking here.
3. March Android security patch is live for Nexus and Pixel devices
March Android security patch is live for Nexus and Pixel devices
This is an excellent initiative from Google’s part and hopefully this feedback will be taken into account by Google for the Pixel 2 line.
What do you feel about the Google Pixel’s design? Let us know in the comments below!