Tech Review: Pixel 2 takes on iPhone 8csudhbulletin October 19, 2017 0 COMMENTS
By Kenia Cabahug
Apple released the iPhone 8 on Sept. 22, and it is now widely available around the world.
Google is accepting pre-orders on the Pixel 2 was just released on Oct. 17.
Google’s Android operating system and Apple’s iOS are the top choices for cell phone technology.
iPhones and Pixels have surpassed consumers’ expectations. Let’s compare both phones and see which phone would benefit you.
Looking at the prices of each phone, which can sometimes be a huge factor when it comes to purchasing, the prices range. iPhone 8 ranges from $699 to $949 on the Apple website. BestBuy is selling the Pixel2 for $649 to $749.
Cellular carriers can provide discounts or monthly payments with contracts. That can change the cost quite a bit.
Another factor that may affect your decision is battery life. The Pixel 2 is 7 hours. The iPhone 8 is 14 hours.
Storage capacity for Pixel 2 is 64 GB or 128 GB. The iPhone 8 is 64 GB or 256 GB.
If you are looking for a big screen, the Pixel 2 is 5 inches; the iPhone 8 is 4.7 inches.
The operating systems play a huge part in choosing which phone is better. While the Pixel 2’s operating system is Android, iPhone 8 is operating on iOS. Each have their fans and detractors.
There are other specs to consider. Screen resolution for Pixel is 1920 x 1080 and 1334 x 750 for the iPhone. A Pixel 2 weighs 5.04 oz.; an iPhone 8 is 5.22 oz.
Rear camera resolution for Pixel 2 is 12.2 MP and 12MP for the iPhone 8.
Now that we have compared the new Google Pixel 2 and the Apple iPhone 8, which would you chose?