The rest of its top-end specs include a Pixel Imprint sensor (Google's version of fingerprint identification), an LTE Cat 11 adapter reaching a staggering 600Mbps peak data rate, and 128GB/32GB of non-expandable storage. Additionally, it delivers a 3-microphone system, an 8-megapixel IMX179-sensor selfie camera, and a 2770mAh battery promising 7 hours of power after a mere 15-minute charge.
The Pixel's top-dog-type feature set is sandwiched by an anodized aluminum housing an a 2.5D Gorilla Glass 4 screen finish, with humorous colors, namely, Quite Black, Really Blue (limited edition), and Very Silver, tying everything together.
The Pixel XL's high-grade specifications also include Google's Pixel Imprint fingerprint technology, a 2.5D Gorilla Glass 4 display finish, and Google Assistant, which incidentally made its debut through both Pixel models. Additionally, it comes with an up-to-600Mbps data rate (LTE Cat 11), an 8-megapixel IMX179-sensor selfie camera, and 128GB or 32GB of non-expandable memory. In charge of its power supply is a 3450mAh battery claiming to provide 7 more hours of usage after just 15 minutes of charging, with an aircraft-grade aluminum casing covering its upscale interior.
Just like its smaller sibling, the Pixel XL playfully takes a jab at the iPhone 7's Jet Black color option by calling its variants Quite Black, Very Silver, and Really Blue (limited edition).
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