Google Pixel and Pixel XL Review and Manual Guide

Google Pixel and Pixel XL Review and Manual Guide
Google, for the past six years partnered up with other phone makers such as: Motorola, Samsung, and most recently Huawei and LG to make its Nexus phones. Now, Google is starting over with their new brand. Google has just released its in-house designed products, which is popular as Pixel. Google Pixel is assembled by HTC, but the Pixel phone and Pixel XL together is designed and engineered by Google. For early review, we can say that Pixel phone and Pixel XL are designed beautifully featuring a superb camera, an expensive display and the robust Google Assistant.

Google Pixel is said to be a good device for travelers. Google Pixel offers many good stuffs for travelers, one of these stuffs is the battery life which is much more important when there are no available outlets at the airport, and good photo quality is an important requirement for vacation photos. Google Pixel also has keeping track of reservations, getting directions, looking up restaurants, checking inn at the airport and so on. Here, we’ll give you all we know about Google Pixel review and guide to help you familiar with this new device as if you are an expert about it.

Google Pixel and Pixel XL Review

It is really a brave decision for Google to release this Google Pixel where Google’s making a big play to take on the iPhone 7 with Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL, kitting them out with fantastic cameras and intelligent software based around the new Google Assistant. Google Pixel XL has 5.5” 2,560x1,440 AMOLED display with a quad-core Qualcomm processor, 4GB of RAM, USB Type-C port, and rear-facing fingerprint read. Pixel XL also has a 12-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing one. the Pixel XL’s battery is a beefy 3,450mAh battery and standard 32GB of storage, which can be upgrade to a 128GB if necessary. While the regular Google Pixel has similar specs but the lower-end of the two flagships. The regular Pixel has a 5” Full HD AMOLED display, quad-core 2.0GHz 64-bit processor, 4GB of RAM, the same camera – 12-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel for the front-facing camera – and a smaller 2,770mAh battery. It also will come with a rear-mounted fingerprint reader and a USB Type-C port.

Both Google Pixel and Pixel XL phones come pre-installed with the latest version of Android; Android Nougat, as well as Google’s Al-powered assistant Allo and the FaceTime-style app Duo. Whenever you want, you can use your favorite photos and places to change the Pixel phone case, because both Pixel phone also has “live cases” that can be customized anytime you want, as well as exclusive designs from artists like Justin Maller and photographers like Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield.

Google Pixel and Pixel XL Manual Guide

Google Pixel Manual, both the smaller Pixel and the larger Pixel XL are ready to give you brand new experience of many good features of the device. Therefore, we are so willing to share everything we know about how to use the new Google phone to give you a chance to be an expert of Google Pixel and Pixel XL. As the start, let’s see how to unbox and assemble Google Pixel.

Google Pixel Instruction Manual pdf

Google Pixel, both small version and large version, are designed with good features and specifications. Aiming to compete with the other smartphones on the market, Google Pixel has many smart features that can really helpful for users. Just need a simple step to be an expert of Google Pixel and Pixel XL that is get all necessary tutorial about this phone. For certain tutorial to make you an expert of Google Pixel, you may need to read the Google instructional manual or you can also download the Google Pixel manual pdf.

Unboxing and Assembling your Google Pixel and Pixel XL

When you hand on any Google Pixel package; the smaller Pixel or the larger Pixel XL, it is an exciting time to unbox and assemble it. Make sure that you get the following items from the box:
  • 1 Google Pixel
  • 1 mains power adaptor
  • 1 USB Type-C to USB cable
  • 1 USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable
  • 1 USB Type-B to Type-C adaptor
  • 1 information pack
  • SIM tray removal tool
After all items are ready, now let’s start the assembling. You must first eject the SIM tray from the left edge of the handset to install the nanoSIM. You can use the metal pin tool provided in the box then find the pinhole near the top of the left side of your Google Pixel and push the tool in firmly. This will force the tray to eject. Place the nanoSIM and place it on the SIM tray. Make sure that the metal contact is facing down. Line up the tray with the slot on the side of your phone and push it firmly in to place. Once the SIM tray lines up flat with the border of the phone, it's time to turn your Google Pixel on.

Before the first time use, you need to set up your Google Pixel phone for the first time. All information about this step will be available in our guide of Google Pixel Setup. You can also read all other guides and also complete review about every part of Google Pixel in every post which will discuss everything specifically.

Google Pixel and Pixel XL Review and Guide

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