Top 3 reasons why Google Pixel XL isn’t better than iPhone 7 Plus


#GooglePixelXL #iPhone7PlusTop 3 reasons why Google Pixel XL isn’t better than iPhone 7 Plus : Purchasing a new smartphone in 2016 means choosing between Apple’s iOs iPhone and a wide range of different Android smartphones. With that being said, know which tech company makes a smarter mobile cellular phone.

Here are the top 3 reasons why Google Pixel XL is not better than iPhone 7 Plus:


iPhone 7 Plus features a more advanced display technology, sporting a 5.5-inch 1080p display and a 32 PPI pixel density. However, the 7 Plus smartphone lacks the 3D Touch feature which enhances the overall user satisfactory experience.

While Google Pixel XL sports a 5-inch AMOLED capacitive screen with 1080 resolution and 441 PPI pixel density. In addition to that, the newest Google flagship phone is protected with Corning Gorilla glass 4 which is made with Ion-strengthened glass and oleophobic coating.


iPhone 7 Plus is equipped with the newest and most powerful chip, the A10 Fusion. Since the 7 Plus debut, Apple has been boasting that the A10 Fusion is the fastest smartphone chip due to its 64-bit quad core processor which is composed of 2 high-performance and high-efficiency cores. Moreover, iPhone 7 Plus houses a 6-core GPU which is 50% faster than last year’s flagship model.

On the other hand, Google Pixel XL consists the Qualcomm’s latest chip, the Snapdragon 821 which consist of 4 cores: 2 Kyro cores clocked at 2.15 GHz and another pair clocked at 1.6 GHz. Furthermore, Google Pixel XL houses the Adreno 530 GPU which boasts of having 40% better graphic performance.


Apple iPhones are best known for their high-quality camera technology and iPhone 7 Plus is inclusive to this. The iPhone 7 Plus boasts a dual-lens camera system which is said to be the best smartphone camera due to its ability to produce DSLR-taken quality photos.

As for the Google Pixel XL’s camera technology, it houses a 12-megapixel single-lens camera with phase detection autofocus and dual-LED (dual tone) flash, unlike iPhone 7 Plus. However, Pixel XL’s primary snapper has a f/2.0 aperture and has no optical image stabilization.

Apple claimed that its newest flagship model can process and capture images in just 25 milliseconds. To which Google boasted that their Pixel smartphones have the shortest capture time on any mobile camera technology ever. Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus is already available in the market while Google Pixel XL is set to be released on October 20, 2016. Source: hngn