The Pixel 2 is all about two things: taking fantastic photos and Google’s software.
Pixel 2 vs. Pixel 2 XL: What’s the difference?
The Pixel 2 XL screen is an inch larger than the Pixel 2, with a 6-inch plastic-OLED display versus a 5-inch AMOLED display. It has a sharper screen resolution, higher pixel density and a larger battery to power the bigger screen too. Otherwise, the hardware and software features are the same, and unless you prefer having a smaller phone, we recommend the Pixel 2 XL.
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GOOGLE PIXEL 2 VS. PIXEL 2 XL
|Google Pixel 2||Google Pixel 2 XL|
|Display size, resolution||5-inch AMOLED; 1,920×1080 pixels||6-inch POLED; 2,880x1x440 pixels|
|Pixel density||441 ppi||538 ppi|
|Dimensions (inches)||5.7×2.7×0.3 in||6.2×3.0x0.3 in|
|Dimensions (millimeters)||145.7×69.7×7.8 mm||157.9×76.7×7.9 mm|
|Weight (ounces, grams)||5.04 oz; 143g||6.17 oz; 175g|
|Colors||Just Black, Cleary White, Kinda Blue||Just Black, Black and White|
The Pixel 2 is all about two things: taking fantastic photos and Google's software.
- Google's Pixel 2 has a superb camera with OIS and excellent low-light shooting. It's water-resistant and Google Lens calls up a trove of information to help you explore your surroundings.
- The phone's battery doesn't keep pace with the Pixel's competitors and its Portrait Mode isn't as smooth as on dual-camera phones. Its design feels dated and it doesn't have wireless charging or a headphone jack.