The one year upgrade is always a tough recommendation, but Google is making a hard course correction with the Pixel. Leaving behind the developer focus, and walking away from the enthusiasts who celebrated the Nexus as a bang-for-buck solution, now Google is courting a more consumer focused demographic. Aiming at the premium market, this new first party phone has some big shoes to fill. No literally the 6P is a larger phone than the XL.

This brings quite a few changes to the design and the aesthetics of this new Google phone. The Pixel is Google’s second chance at a first impression, but does it represent enough of a change to not only convince Nexus owners to jump on a one year upgrade, but will they also be encouraged to part with significantly more cash for the privilege?

It’s time for a showdown! Google vs Google in the battle of a one year upgrade!

Google Pixel XL vs Nexus 6P: Smaller screen, bigger price…

Pixel Real Camera Review
Pixel Real Audio Review
Pixel XL vs iPhone 7 Plus

You May Also Like
Huawei P40 Lite

HUAWEI P40 Lite with 48MP camera, Kirin 810 launched

HUAWEI will launch the P40 series on March 26.
best power banks for the Galaxy s20

Commuting much? Best power banks for the Galaxy S20

Read this before purchasing a power bank for your new Galaxy S20.
Black Shark 3

Black Shark 3 to feature magnetic charging connector

The gaming phone will be launched on March 2.