Better battery and larger screen display are some of the basic specs that puts Google Pixel 2 XL as Google Pixel 2’s superior,
Born with similar design to its fellow flagship smartphone (Google Pixel 2), Google Pixel 2 XL has few differences compared to the Google Pixel 2 XL. One way its design differs from the Google Pixel 2 is the placement of the camera on the left hand side of the LED flash. This is the other case in the Google Pixel 2. While we look at its specs, we’ll also look at how upgraded it is from the Google Pixel 2.
Its display is larger with 6.0 inches size. That’s 1.0 inch larger than the Google Pixel 2. Basically everything about the screen display is different from the Google Pixel 2 except the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 that remains same. The screen resolution of the device is locked at 1440 x 2880 pixels as well as its pixel density that moves extensively to 528 ppi. That’s entailing absolutely better image and colour production. Its screen display type is an unusual P-OLED capacitive touchscreen.
Very similar to the Google Pixel 2 camera, the rear camera of this smartphone has 12MP quality and a LED flash for brightening in low light conditions. The front camera also has an 8MP quality without a LED flash support.
PROCESSOR AND OS
It runs on the latest Android 8.0 Oreo OS. Its chipset is the same as the Pixel 2, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. It uses an Octa core CPU that clocks at a speed of 2.35GHz.
The RAM of the smartphone is pegged at 4GB. As the smartphone is marked for premium multi-tasking, its internal storage has two variants; 64GB and 128GB. No memory card slot was included in the device directly implying that the storage can’t be extended.
Google Pixel 2 XL uses a non-removable Li-Ion 3,250mAh battery. The Quick Charge technology is included in the smartphone’s make up to fasten the battery’s charging rate.
Google Pixel 2 XL has the selling price of US $850.