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I really struggle with iphones, can never find the function I want on my wife's one - you know, little things like making a phone call or going back o... Read More

I really struggle with iphones, can never find the function I want on my wife's one - you know, little things like making a phone call or going back one step. So I jumped at the chance of a high-end android that had all the features I want in a familiar format. I got a really good deal with all the data and calls I need for much less than my wife pays for her iphone 6 plus. First impression is good, a clean neat appearance with bright screen, saturated colours. The camera is great with lots of effects that you would normally have to install as an app already there (360 degree photo sphere, rapid sequence, slo-mo etc.) - and it seems to adapt itself to low light much better than anything I've used before. It's slim and light and the battery performance is fantastic - I'm not a heavy user of apps so I expect at least 36 hours on a charge - this gives me 4 days most of the time (at the moment it says 5 days left on 83% charge). The battery usage graph is handy and I haven't had to install a torch app - just drag down and it's there. Torch and music don't turn off when the standby button is pressed - a great feature, nothing worse than trying to use the torch when the screen is shining in your face. Sound is a little weak compared to some phones I've had in the past - there's only one speaker and I have to have the call volume set at maximum, and the vibrate isn't very strong. The 10 ringtones provided weren't loud enough for me, I've got a big house and often leave the phone in another room so I've copied a loud piece of music into the ringtone folder. This needed it plugged into my pc but there's probably apps that will do the same within the phone. One issue I've had is that there is occasionally a lag when opening the contacts list; if I'm impatient and hit the button a second time I end up calling the last person I phoned. In the past I've had mid-range Sony and Samsung phones and it's head and shoulders above these, certainly (to me at least) more user-friendly than Apple's offerings. I would like to see the volume issue addressed though, and perhaps position the "make a call" button in a different place to the phone book. (Whilst writing this I've just solved this myself - I've moved the contact list button to the top of the screen and they don't coincide now!)

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Everything you need to know Why buy the Google Pixel 32GB Quite Black

Swanky Design

Get ready to turn heads with Pixel, a phone by Google. This is the first ever smartphone by Google, and they’ve made sure it both looks the business as well as being super-comfortable to hold. You can also keep your content nice and secure, thanks to the fingerprint-activated Pixel Imprint button to the rear of the phone.

Ready to assist

Fancy a helping-hand when it comes to staying organised? With the brand new Google Assistant in your pocket, those daily tasks will become a doddle. Whether you need to plan the quickest route, or find the best burgers nearby, all you need to do is say ‘OK Google’ or hold the home button to get yourself started.

Google Assistant can also keep your day on track, with handy reminders to send that birthday card, or pick up milk on your way home from work. If you’re feeling bored, why not ask Google Assistant to play a funny YouTube vid or cue up your favourite music playlist. The possibilities are endless.

#NoFilter

Whether you’re taking photos during the day or at night-time, you can snap stunning shots even in low light. The 12.3MP camera on Google Pixel offers picture-prefect results at any time of day, so you’ll never need to mask fuzzy shots with a filter again. You can also call ‘action’ on home-made blockbusters, thanks to epic 4K video recording.

Your selfie game will be on point, thanks to the 8MP camera to the front of the handset. This selfie-cam is also perfect for video calls on the all-new Google Duo app. With full HD resolution on the front camera, you can enjoy pin-sharp face-to-face chats, and add that all important personal element to your next call.

More space for stuff

Back up all those awesome photos and movies in their original resolution thanks to unlimited storage with Google Pixel. There’s no need to worry about toning down your snapping spree, as every holiday pic can be uploaded to your Google Photos account, where you’ll have all the space you need.

This unlimited space offer is a promotion exclusive to Pixel, by Google, so make the most of it by unleashing your inner photographer. Whether you’re snapping your worldwide travels or just your favourite pet, you’ll have limitless storage for photos and videos for the lifetime of your handset.

Google Pixel 32GB Quite Black Description

Get ready for Pixel, the very first smartphone from Google. This epic handset boasts an eye-catching design that’s super-stylish, as well as comfortable to hold. It also rocks a 5 inch HD display, perfect for movie marathons, blockbuster games, or just surfing your favourite sites.

Fancy a chinwag? Flash that winning grin on video calls with the new Google Due app, which offers face-to-face conversations in stunning HD. Google Pixel also helps you to stay organised with the new Google Assistant feature – on hand to help with your every request.

Product Specs

Key Features
5 inch AMOLED HD display
12.3MP camera
Unlimited Google Photos storage
Google Assistant
Memory
Internal Memory
32GB
Expandable memory
- no
Standard Features
Vibrate
Organiser
Games
Speaker phone
Calculator
Voice Dial
Voice memo
Video Player
Clock
Applications
Internet Browsing
Social Networking
Music Features
MP3 Player
Technical
Dimensions
143.8 x 69.5 x 8.6 mm (5.66 x 2.74 x 0.34 in)
Weight
143 g (5.04 oz)
Talk Time
TBC
Display Size
5 inches
Standby Time
TBC
Battery Size
2770 mAh
Messages
MMS
SMS
Predictive Text
Email
Instant Messaging
Push Email
Threaded SMS
Camera Features
Autofocus
Face Detection
Geo-tagging
12.0-megapixel camera
Dual LED flash
Tap to focus
4K video recording
8 megapixel front camera
Panorama
Display & User Interface
Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
16M colours
Multi-Touch input
AMOLED
Digital Compass
Corning Gorilla Glass 4
Connectivity
Bluetooth
Dual Band
GPS
Wi Fi
A-GPS
NFC
DLNA certified
LTE / 4G

The first thing that needs to be mentioned about this phone is the excellent camera. It is ridiculous: the photos are incredibly high quality, and it is easy to use and hold whilst taking photos. You can zoom right in and not lose much of the image quality at all! The system is functioning fast and efficiently, so no issues there so far. I got the google cover photo case which works well and has some handy features for connecting directly to apps without having to open the phone. The placement of the fingerprint unlocking behind the phone is extremely handy and very user friendly. All around a great phone, easy to use, and looks great!

Rated by Ciara on 18th Apr 2017

Great phone looks good feels good and performs fast. Best phone i have had

Rated by Lee on 18th Mar 2017

I really struggle with iphones, can never find the function I want on my wife's one - you know, little things like making a phone call or going back one step. So I jumped at the chance of a high-end android that had all the features I want in a familiar format. I got a really good deal with all the data and calls I need for much less than my wife pays for her iphone 6 plus. First impression is good, a clean neat appearance with bright screen, saturated colours. The camera is great with lots of effects that you would normally have to install as an app already there (360 degree photo sphere, rapid sequence, slo-mo etc.) - and it seems to adapt itself to low light much better than anything I've used before. It's slim and light and the battery performance is fantastic - I'm not a heavy user of apps so I expect at least 36 hours on a charge - this gives me 4 days most of the time (at the moment it says 5 days left on 83% charge). The battery usage graph is handy and I haven't had to install a torch app - just drag down and it's there. Torch and music don't turn off when the standby button is pressed - a great feature, nothing worse than trying to use the torch when the screen is shining in your face. Sound is a little weak compared to some phones I've had in the past - there's only one speaker and I have to have the call volume set at maximum, and the vibrate isn't very strong. The 10 ringtones provided weren't loud enough for me, I've got a big house and often leave the phone in another room so I've copied a loud piece of music into the ringtone folder. This needed it plugged into my pc but there's probably apps that will do the same within the phone. One issue I've had is that there is occasionally a lag when opening the contacts list; if I'm impatient and hit the button a second time I end up calling the last person I phoned. In the past I've had mid-range Sony and Samsung phones and it's head and shoulders above these, certainly (to me at least) more user-friendly than Apple's offerings. I would like to see the volume issue addressed though, and perhaps position the "make a call" button in a different place to the phone book. (Whilst writing this I've just solved this myself - I've moved the contact list button to the top of the screen and they don't coincide now!)

Rated by PETER on 5th Jan 2017