Google’s Pixel 2 XL and Apple’s iPhone X are two of the best phones you can buy, and we will help you choose the best for you by making a comparison between these phones focusing on their design, performance, camera, software and overall value.
However, these phone’s successors are on their way to Pixel 3 and 3 XL being launched in October and iPhone X in September.
Down below you can see the comparison between these two devices:
Design: iPhone X’s elegant looks or Pixel 2 XL’s sharp screen?
The Pixel 2 XL is more resistant to drops because it has a body made out of plastic-coated aluminum with a glass shade.
iPhone X does not feature a home button and has some superthin bezels. On the top of its screen, the black notch is located.
Both phones feature OLED screens, and iPhone X is 0.2 inches smaller than the Pixel 2 XL which has a better resolution as well.
The winner of this round is iPhone X due to its elegant vibe.
Performance: Pixel 2 XL lasts longer, but iPhone X is faster
If you are searching for a phone with fast processing speeds than iPhone X is the one for you because it is equipped with an A11 Bionic processor.
And if you want a phone with a long-lasting battery, you should choose the Pixel 2 XL because it lasts 13.83 hours of playing in Airplane mode.
Camera: Which one is the best?
iPhone X’s camera gives you more commodity while Pixel 2 XL focuses more on details. Even though Google’s phone has a single rear camera, it is enhanced with HDR+. iPhone X’s dual rear camera feature is great for portraits.
Software: Which one are you used with? Android or Apple?
When it comes to these phone’s software, the decision is up to you because you know best which type you will use easier.
Value: Pixel 2 XL is cheaper
iPhone X comes with the price of $999 for the 64GB version and $1,149 for the 256GB version while Pixel 2 XL 65GB version costs $849 and the 128GB one $949.
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