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Rather than take this approach, Google has opted to keep things simple: at its core the choice between the two Pixel phones depends on your preference on size.
After this, other considerations include battery performance; the XL model’s battery performance is a lot better than the smaller model, for instance.
Clearly, Pixel sales are less of an issue for Google considering the wider range of its businesses; it can sell a handful of Pixel phones and not take a dent to its bottom line.
But still, the re-branding from Nexus to Pixel did have overtones of a mass-market appeal, so it's hard not to see this as falling somewhat short.
It's a bit tidier, a bit sexier, and a bit more polished.
Where the Nexus series was largely a favourite of smartphone afficionados and techy types who love to tinker, side-load, develop their own software, and generally futz around with their own little bespoke tech universe, the Pixel is intended, again like the i Phone, to have mass consumer appeal.
You can read more in our full article covering the second-gen Pixel rumours, but here's an excerpt: "The big G has now confirmed that there WILL be a series of successor model Pixel handsets in 2017, as expected.
Whether these handsets will be called the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 remains to be seen, after all, Google used to name its Nexus series primarily based on the display size (Nexus 5, for example) and would then put a year in brackets afterwards for repeated iterations of the same size device." Latest Google Pixel XL deals: Also, turns out Google has now sold over one million Pixel handsets since the devices launched in late 2016.
That can only mean that one million Pixel phones have been activated since the launch eight months ago; that's Pixel and Pixel XL units combined, mind you.
It's not a bad figure, but it does fall behind the likes of Samsung's Galaxy S8, which some sources say has flown past five million sales in the first month since its release.
-------------------------------------------------------------------- Android 8.0, aka Android Oreo, is now rolling out to Google Pixel and Pixel XL handsets across the world.