Friday, August 4, 2017

Galaxy Note 8 vs Pixel XL 2: What We Know So Far

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There are a lot of great Android smartphones available right now and more are on the way. Two of the most exciting upcoming phones are the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and Google’s Pixel XL 2. While we wait for both to arrive in the coming months, here’s how the two compare and everything we know so far.


Recent rumors point to major changes for both devices. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 will offer a massive screen and dual cameras. While Google’s Pixel XL could debut with an edge-to-edge screen similar to Samsung’s recent smartphones.


And while the Galaxy Note 8 release is less than a month away, both phones are potentially worth waiting for.


Read: Galaxy Note 8: 5 Reasons to Wait & 4 Reasons Not To


In this post, we’ll go over everything you need to know about each smartphone. From the expected release dates, features, rumors and all the latest news. Then compare the two for prospective buyers. A lot of new information has surfaced over the past month, and these will be two phones to keep your eye on. We’ll start with a beautiful fan-made concept video that matches rumors of the Pixel XL 2 design.



Waiting for these phones to arrive will be tough. That said, our information should help you decide if it’s even worth the wait. With excellent big-screen phones readily available like the Galaxy S8 and LG G6, some buyers have a tough choice to make.


At the same time, millions of Galaxy Note 7 refugees are waiting for the new Note, after returning last years model. If that’s you, you’ve probably already made up your mind. However, Google’s Pixel XL 2 could be an enticing offer with a similar big screen, top-tier camera experience, and faster software updates. Reports believe Google will use LG’s new 6-inch Quad-HD OLED display with curved edges.


Both phones have pros and cons, although nothing is official until they’re finally released. For now, here’s everything you need to know about the Galaxy Note 8 and Google’s bigger Pixel XL 2. It’s worth stating that a smaller regular Pixel 2 is coming too, but the big model will be the popular choice.


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