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5 Features of Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL to Get Excited About

If you have not purchased smartphone yet and waiting for Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, then this rumors roundup will provide you with brief aspects of both flagships that cover specifications, pricing, and further details. 5 pretty impressive features are worth checking in Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL

1. Technologically Advanced Camera

Well, there were several times when we heard rumors about Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL press render and we are aware of that both devices will not feature dual-camera. However, even a single-lens camera can do magic if it is right kind of hardware that is incorporated. Past years lineup managed to score 90 points in DxOMark’s review, and that score is of the device with EIS (Electonic Image Stabilization) in software not in hardware or Optical Image Stabilization.

OIS is much better that EIS in reducing shakiness in the camera when you are taking pictures or recording video. If such hardware is present in Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, it will provide users such an amazing experience while capturing images. LG is working closely with Google in developing the Pixel 2 XL, and the camera in LG V30 was so fantastic even Game of Thrones cinematographer had nothing but praise.

2. Dual Front-Firing Stereo Speakers

The bezel-less smartphone trend is going real, but it comes with long list of disadvantages. A phone with all-screen has to remove front-firing stereo speaker to come closer to near bezel-less limit.

Unfortunately, your media consumption experience without using earphones is going to be less than satisfactory.

3. Retaining the Headphone Jack

See, unlike Apple, Google does not have a proprietary port where it can make money through third-party accessory manufacturers so why not just keep this old yet highly useful port and let users gain the experience of listening to media while they charge their devices using a portable battery or power brick?

4. 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC Chip

Having dual front-firing speakers and no Hi-Fi Quad DAC chip to elevate sound quality? That seems like a missed opportunity from Google. Working closely with the development team of LG, the tech giant will have lots of resources at its disposal on what to incorporate in its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. If a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC is something that cannot be featured, then at least a 24-bit DAC chip at the bare minimum.

5. Seamless Bluetooth Connectivity With Peripherals

Occasionally, the Bluetooth pairing process is unsuccessful due to ghost errors, and it just blows out time-consuming complications that should not have been present in the first place. Instead, Google can start working on dedicated hardware that will recognize Google Assistant-enabled headphones and connect with them effortlessly to offer any unnecessary wastage of time.

Which of the above feature you think should be present in Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL let us know in comment section below

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