I've had this phone for about a month and it still runs smooth. I'm glad that I looked into the phone and I bought it and got a glass screen protector since I'm naturally clumsy. The camera is my favorite feature alongside with the speedy interface.
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|Cell Phone Type|
Unlocked Cell Phones
|Cell Phone Service Provider|
|Cellular Network Technology|
WCDMA 900, WCDMA 1700, GPRS, CDMA 1900, WCDMA 1900, GSM 1900, GSM 1800, CDMA 800, LTE 1700, LTE 1900, HSDPA, LTE 1800, LTE 700, LTE 800, LTE 900, EVDO, GSM 850, HSPA, EDGE, LTE 600, WCDMA 850, WCDMA 2100, CDMA2000 (1xEV-DO), UMTS, HSPA+, GSM 900, LTE 2300, LTE 2600, LTE 2500, LTE, LTE 850, LTE 2100
|Manufacturer Part Number|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
0.30 x 2.80 x 6.00 Inches
Good phone with an amazing camera. I switched from a Galaxy S8 because I like the stock android experience better and I take a lot of photos. The bezels are a little thick compared to other phones on the market, but I feel like that's made up for in user experience. It was super easy to set up, since you can plug the cable from your old Android phone into this one and the data transfer only took a few minutes. Battery life is very solid so far as well. My favorite phone was an old Nexus 5 and this reminds me a lot of that.
Have owned for a month; my first smartphone. Fairly intuitive and easy to learn functions on your own. Terrific camera. Sound quality good to very good. Charges quickly. The only issue I have is the cable that comes in the box has USB micro type A (? also called Type C) connectors on both ends. Since most computers have USB Standard Type A ports, one end of the cable will fit into the phone (which has a micro port), but the other end will not fit into the computer. I therefore cannot now download pictures from the camera without the additional cost of buying another cable or an adapter. Google does provide in the box adapters to a) transfer pictures from another camera to the Pixel, and b) to plug the Pixel into a wall outlet, but totally fell down on one for the computer.
this review has nothing to do with the seller. after having this phone for not even 3 whole days it dropped from just about 6 inches off the ground and shattered the screen into a spider web. the warranty does not cover the cracked screen so I'm extremely upset. after research I have found that this is a common issue due to Google cutting corners and using dragontail glass instead of gorilla. Now I have to decide if I want to pay to get it fixed or get a different phone. I will not trust google phones again. google is even aware of the problem and won't do anything.
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