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Boasting powerful specifications, the revolutionary Google Pixel XL is truly phenomenal in how it changes the way you use your smartphone. Read more about Google Pixel XL Philippines below to find out.

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Google Pixel XL Price by Country
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Hong Kong HKD 7,444
Indonesia IDR 12,250,000
Malaysia MYR 2,506
Philippines PHP 28,476
Singapore SGD 792
Thailand THB 30,500

About Google Pixel XL Philippines

Google Pixel XL Philippines – First Smartphone by Google

Synonymous with innovation and information, Google is the familiar name that influence our digital world. When Google decides to build its own smartphone, the end result is the Google Pixel smartphone series that holds the potential in dominating the market with its powerful specifications and features. More than just an up-gunned version of Google Pixel XL, this Google smartphone contains impressive credentials that make it a truly revolutionary smartphone.

Experience Gorgeous Visuals

Possessing the larger 5.5 inch AMOLED display screen (1440 x 2650 resolution), the Google Pixel XL smartphone delivers its gorgeous visuals for the pleasure of your eyes. Since it uses AMOLED display panel, this means that the Google Pixel XL shows its visual with such incredible level of depth and detail, making its display quality to be clear and sharp at the same time. Most importantly, it possesses high pixel density which makes the images to be amazingly sharp so they just look breathtakingly vivid.

Extreme Performance with Google Pixel XL Philippines

Housing its powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 quad core processor, the Google Pixel XL is set to empower your experience as it can take on anything without much trouble at all. As a result, your experience will be a pleasant one since everything just moves smoothly and fluidly. In fact, you will not notice any lag when running any app or playing your favorite mobile games.

Thanks to its 4GB RAM, it enables your Google Pixel XL smartphone to be even more responsive to all of your needs. Whether you are multitasking or switching between the apps, it performs exceptionally. In fact, it is safe to say that there is nothing that can put it down when it just delivers such an awesome performance.

Exceptional Camera Quality

On the subject of camera technology, the Google Pixel XL uses 12.3MP rear camera and 8MP front camera. When it comes to capturing pictures, its rear camera does an impressive job as it produces well-detailed shots with relative ease. At the same time, the photos contain such amazing level of depth, detail and clarity. In short, it is just easy to take breathtaking pictures with the Google Pixel XL. Even in low light environment, the photos just look stunning.

Regarding selfies, its 8MP front camera enables you to enjoy gorgeous selfies that garner immediate likes across the social media horizon. Not just that, you can snap selfies in no time as well.

Epic Battery Life for Endless Entertainment

When Google Pixel XL houses 3450mAh battery, it just means that you can enjoy your Google smartphone for a longer period of time without any worry. At the same time, you can use it without worrying that you need to recharge it soon. Thanks to such epic battery life, you can have endless entertainment with it. In conclusion, the Google Pixel XL smartphone is truly phenomenal since it boasts awesome power in transforming your life.

Expert Reviews

slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-10
Best smartphone camera on the market, Google's software and hardware, Seamless updates without need for tapping, Swift, responsive UI that does not slow down, months later, Strong, flat, standard industrial designCould benefit from wireless charging, Frontfacing speakers would be best, Availability should've been solid from the start, Android File Transfer should work or be replaced
It's been 5 months since I started using a Google Pixel XL and, like no other phone before it, I can't imagine switching to any other device. While it's quite possible the newest wave of smartphones from brands like Samsung and LG will out-style and out-d...
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tbreak.ae
Reviewed on 2017-02-12
Extremely fast and fluid UI, Good battery life, Great camera that works well in lowerlit conditionsVery genericlooking design, Doesn't offer water proofing, No wireless charging, Non expandable memory
Although Google has been pushing Android phones under the Nexus brand, these phones are basically designed by Google partners such as HTC or LG or Huawei running a completely stock version of Android. Google now wants to get into the game by not only desi...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-09
Excellent Camera; Insane Battery Performance; Brilliant Software; Great Call Quality; Zero Lag; No Bloatware; Google Assistant ROCKSThe Price; The Design Is A Tad Dull
With the arrival of the February security patch, although the bugfix isn't mentioned in the release notes, it appears it may have in fact been a software issue which Google may have silently fixed. A Reddit thread for Pixel users has filled up with report...
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phonedog.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-27
The Google Pixel XL is a smartphone that features incredible software, but subpar hardware. The question is whether or not the software experience makes up for the lack of hardware related features.For nearly $800 off-contract, the Pixel XL features a 5.5...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-21
Class leading image detail across the ISO range, Noise wellcontrolled at higher ISOs, Very good dynamic range, Fast and accurate AF in all light levels, Very efficient video stabilization when camera is not panned, Good video image quality, Highquality sl...Prone to lens flare with strong light source inside the frame, Slight stuttering effect when panning in video mode, Very noticeable stitching errors in panorama modes, Lens blur mode inferior to competitors' versions, No manual shutter speed or Raw in sto...
For its latest smartphone generation, Google has dropped the Nexus moniker of previous models and used Pixel branding borrowed from the company's top-end Chromebooks and tablets. The Pixel XL is the larger of two models and comes with a 5.5" QHD-screen th...
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androidguys.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-14
Since launching in 29, the Nexus line has been a loosely collected family of phones from Google. Whereas they may be designed as a series of devices, they have thus far been perceived as one-off models launched roughly once per year.Initially, the Nexus O...
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gogi.in
Reviewed on 2016-12-13
The Pixel is the Phone made by Google, it has been launched in India available in two variants the Google Pixel and the Google Pixel XL. Here is the review of Google Pixel XL that comes for a price tag of Rs. 66,000 – worth it? Find out.Box content: Han...
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pcquest.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-12
Good camera and battery backup, Sharp Display, Sound Quality, unlimited cloud storage for photos and videoshigh price, low storage
5.50-inch 1440x2560 pixels AMOLED dosplay, 1.6GHz quad-core Snapdragon 821 processor, 12.3 MP rear and 8 MP front camera, 4GB RAM, Android 7.1, Storage 32GB, Battery Capacity: 3450mAhPros: Good camera and battery backup, Sharp Display, Sound Quality, unli...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-11
Enter Giveaway: Last Week's Contest Page – Welcome back to the Sunday Giveaway! This week we're teaming up with DU Caller to give away the Google Pixel XL! It's one of the best smartphones out there right now!Google Pixel XL review! – Download the AA App...
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Pocketnow.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-06
Phenomenal UI Performance, Eye Catching Rear Design, Excellent Camera Auto Software, Best in Class Voice Assistant, Very Good Battery Life and Recharging Speeds, The Nexus is dead, The Pixel XL has become a fairly polarizing device in our comments. There'...Pricier than the Nexus it replaces, Poor Camera Lens Quality, Camera software ignores more experienced users, Poor Headphone Quality, The Nexus is dead
The Nexus is dead.The Pixel XL has become a fairly polarizing device in our comments. There's a lot of the Google DNA which Nexus fans enjoyed, but it's packaged up in a softer aesthetic, and it arrives with a more premium price tag.Google's design here g...
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neowin.net
Reviewed on 2016-12-05
It's been close to a month since I started using the Google Pixel XL and, for the most part, it's been a good experience. Before the announcement of the Pixel, I was a bit hyped on the idea of owning a Google smartphone as it would be my first since the...
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itproportal.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-01
Feels premium, Android at its purest, Stunningly powerfulVery expensive, No real compelling features
Sooner rather than later, Google's Android and Apple's iOS will look like twin ecosystems. Google started by opening up the market and offering, to paraphrase the words of tech guru Richard Stallman, the bazaar as an alternative to Apple's monolithic cath...
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brighthand.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-28
Great software, Excellent performance, Camera produces stunning pics in many shooting situations, Ships with useful adaptersNot waterproof, No expandable storage, Camera's lowlight performance disappointing
The Google Pixel XL is a first. It's the first phone with Google's Android Assistant AI feature. It's the first with the Pixel Launcher home screen. It's the first phone with Daydream, Google's VR platform. And it's the first phone “made by Google,” accor...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-26
The Google Pixel XL is expensive and features a bland design. Yet, it is still one of the market's best smartphones.Review: Camera Test: Google Assistant: Read more on TechnoBuffalo.com: Slickwraps: More tech goodness: Our video gear: Deals: Follow u...
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zitseng.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-24
Excellently built, Amazing camera, The best Android experience, Bright, gorgeous, displayNo IP67 waterresistance, Peculiar wedge shaped design, No OIS
Google's Nexus line of smartphones have a loyal following of fans. These are users who love the pure Android experience. After partnering with hardware manufacturers to build Nexus devices for years, Google has ended the program. But fans have reason to r...
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makeuseof.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-22
Google's first branded device delivers one of the best devices in the Android ecosystem: the $770 Pixel XL . (For those who can't wait, the Pixel XL sells for over $1,000 on Amazon.) The XL launched with similar specs as the $500 Nexus 6P , but is it wort...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-08
At the Made by Google event which took place in September, Google announced two new phones. Unlike their regular Nexus phones, these were two phones made completely by Google – the Pixel and Pixel XL. While HTC is the OEM for the Pixel devices, the hardwa...
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absolutegadget.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Google has ditched the Nexus brand of smartphones and come up with a new line of phones, namely the Pixel and Pixel XL. This new name spells the start of Google taking more control over the development and design of its Android phones.Now that Google has...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-08
The Nexus brand has been around for nearly seven years now. As technology matured, the Nexus phones demonstrated consistent improvement from one generation to the next; however, the brand's inconsistency resulted in a series of seemingly one-off devices r...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-07
Google Assistant, Awesome camera quality, Super smooth performance, Great battery life,  Not waterproof, No VoLTE support for now, Pricey
Ever ordered a new gadget online and then spent the next few days eagerly waiting for the delivery guy? Up until last year, the Nexus phones used to be just like that delivery guy – bearing the latest flavour of Google's dessert-themed mobile OS, eagerly...
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