This is the technical file of the Google Pixel XL, the largest model of the two that have been presented by the company of Mountain View as substitutes for the Nexus. With metal finish and compatible with LTE (4G) networks, this model comes to be a suitable option for those looking for a great performance with a 5.5-inch screen (in this case with QHD resolution and Gorilla Glass 4 protection).
In the section of the main hardware, the terminal is perfectly equipped, offering a performance that is beyond doubt. The Pixel XL data sheet shows that its processor is a quad-core Snapdragon 821 that works at 2.15 GHz and is accompanied by an Adreno 530 GPU, so running games is not a problem. The 4 GB RAM ensures stability, even with multitasking environments.
With Android Nougat operating system with a little customization, the device’s main camera is 12.3 megapixels with F: 2.0 stabilization and aperture. This ensures good pictures and quality videos even at 4K. The front sensor, typical of the selfies, as seen in the data sheet of Google Pixel XL is 8 Mpx, which is not bad. As for connectivity, the one offered is LTE in terms of data and USB type C if we talk about the cable itself.
Other details of Google Pixel XL
To begin with, it is necessary to comment that the phablet does not lack NFC to be able to make payments and a fingerprint reader for the control of security. The storage arrives in several options, being the one of 128 GB the most powerful, without an option to be extended by means of the use of microSD cards. By the way, as seen in the technical data of the Google Pixel XL WiFi access is a dual type and does not lack Bluetooth low power.
Finally, it should be noted that the battery of the device is 3,450 mAh, which in principle is sufficient, and has compatibility with fast recharge (Quick Charge 3.0). Clearly oriented to the high product range, this model offers an attractive design and everything necessary for the demanding to be satisfied.