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Wait If You Want a Fast Phone & Great Battery Life

Wait If You Want a Fast Phone & Great Battery Life

If you're looking for an Android smartphone that's fast, powerful and gets great battery life you'll want to seriously consider the Google Pixel 2. More so the Pixel XL 2, as it has more room for a bigger battery. 

Last year the original Pixel won over millions of users. Reviews were positive on all ends of the spectrum. In fact, many believe the experience is as polished as Apple does with software and hardware being blend into one. 

Google will fine-tune the latest Android 8.0 software to its new hardware, for what should be one of the best Android phones to date. Additionally, Android 8.0 delivers some big changes to performance, background task handling, and improves battery life substantially. All of that combined means Google's new Pixel for 2017 could be THE phone to get this year. 

Additionally, recent leaks believe both Pixel 2 phones will use a new technology that allows owners to squeeze the sides of the body to perform tasks. Similar to the new HTC U11. This will primarily be for access to the Google Assistant with ease. 

In closing, the latest leaks suggest Google will offer fast charging and a big 3,520 mAh battery on the Pixel XL 2. Bigger than most flagship smartphones available today. 

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