The following is an excerpt from Lynn La | May 4, 2017 | CNET.com |
Now that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 are out, Google's followup to its Pixel and Pixel XL phones are the only big-name Android flagships left to be excited about this year (sorry HTC).
When it launched last October, the Pixel was one of our favorite phones, and it did a lot of things right. It looked great; it received quick Google software updates; it had a great camera with unlimited photo storage; I loved its near-vanilla version of the Android Nougat interface; and Google Assistant gave it a leg-up for a while (at least before other devices updated with the digital search assistant, too).
But, alas, things move fast in the phone industry. And if Google wants its successors to keep up with its rivals this year, which includes the superb S8, it'll need to do a few things...
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