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Pixel and Pixel XL are linked exclusively to Verizon, meaning that customers of other carriers must buy directly from Google or switch providers. In addition to this limitation, Verizon will manage software updates and pre-install unwanted and excessive software, otherwise known as bloatware.
Through the new Pixel smartphone, Google seems to be leaving behind the Nexus platform. Nexus has many supporters that may feel cheated in Google’s decision. However, there is no firm proof that Google is no longer going to improve and expand Nexus. Another discussion topic is that the Pixel and Pixel XL are fairly expensive: ranging from $649 to $869 in the U.S. alone.
Whether you view it as overpriced and too selective or sensible and cutting-edge, the Pixel phone is coming out on October 20th. It will begin another phase of smartphone technology and debate. Get ready to rush to the stores, or to share your reasons for resisting the urge to buy the newest product in Smartphone technology.
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