10 Google Pixel 2 1 Features You’ll Love and Hate

Here’s what’s new in Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Now that both phones from Google are official, buyers want to see what’s new and if they’re worth buying. That’s why we show you some of the best Pixel 2 features you’ll use every day and you’ll absolutely love.

While not much has changed from what Google offered last year, they still have a lot to offer. Google has paired great hardware with faster, smarter, and only working software. Then it was added to machine learning to create some truly unique features.

The original Pixel had the best camera of any smartphone. This year, they took things a step further in that category and everywhere else. From a better screen, dual front-facing speakers, built-in Google Lens and Assistant apps, and much more. All of this comes together for an experience you can only get from Google.

With the new Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, there are lots of new features or controls that you’ll love. That said, here are the most exciting Pixel 2 features you’ll get when they start shipping on October 17.

These are just a few of the many things that make the new Pixel 2 a great smartphone. They run the latest version of Android, have a new security chip inside to keep our phones safe, and will receive updates before any other Android phone on the market. However, there is one feature that you will hate.

While Google made a point last year to point out that they have a 3.5mm headphone jack, this is no longer an option on the new Pixel 2 series. Just like Apple, Motorola and many other manufacturers they have removed the headphone jack. That said, both of these phones have dual stereo front-facing speakers, which should make up for that a bit.

In closing, our slideshow below goes into more detail about each of the 10 features listed above. We’ll explain everything that makes the camera great, how water resistant the Pixel really is, and what you can do with Google Lens. Additionally, these phones run the latest Android 8.0 Oreo and are also loaded with neat new features.

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