In a nutshell: The Pixel 4 XL is an excellent smartphone for those who love stock Android, but its high price relative to direct competitors could make it less attractive to a lot of people. I’ve been an iPhone owner since 2012. I have owned an iPhone 5, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S Plus, and iPhone X. My primary reasons for sticking with Apple were the general ease of use, yearly updates, iMessage and FaceTime. However, I’ve always been a fan of Android. Before moving into the world of Apple, I had an HTC Evo 4G and I was into rooting and installing CyanogenMod. I’ve had a chance to use several Samsung devices including the Galaxy S9, S10, Note 9, and Note 10. However, the Pixel family had piqued my interest ever since Google unveiled the first model in the series in 2016. Every year, I became more interested as Google showed off their machine learning prowess and the ability to take better photos than other flagships using just one lens. While I enjoyed Apple’s ecosystem, I started to miss the flexibility of Android and the Pixel seemed to offer the most “iPhone-like” experience of any of the Android phones. Once… Read full this story
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