Google Pixel XL Phone 128GB – 5.5 inch display ( Factory Unlocked US Version ) (Quite Black) Reviews

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Google Pixel XL Phone 128GB – 5.5 inch display ( Factory Unlocked US Version ) (Quite Black)

Google Pixel XL Phone 128GB - 5.5 inch display ( Factory Unlocked US Version ) (Quite Black)

  • 5.5 inch QHD display
  • 3450 mah battery
  • FDD LTE: B 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/20/25/26/28/29/30 TDD LTE: B 41, CDMA: BC0/BC1/BC10
  • Snapdragon 821, 4GB ram
  • 128gb storage

The power of Google, at your fingertips. Every touch, every interaction, every moment — made easy. Pixel brings you the Google Assistant. Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. It’s your own personal Google, always ready to help. Just start with “Ok Google”. With unlimited¹ online storage for your photos and videos, you’ll never have to delete an old memory to make room for a new one. And Pixel keeps everything safe and secure: photos, videos, music, contacts, texts, and more.

List Price: $ 1,099.00

Price: $ 794.95

OBi200 1-Port VoIP Phone Adapter with Google Voice and Fax Support for Home and SOHO Phone Service

OBi200 1-Port VoIP Phone Adapter with Google Voice and Fax Support for Home and SOHO Phone Service

  • Works with Google Voice
  • Easy to Set-Up Using OBiTALK.com
  • Also Supports T.38 Fax and SIP Bring Your Own Device Services like Anveo Callcentric, Voip.ms, etc.
  • Works with Up to Four (4) VoIP Services Across One (1) Phone Port
  • 1x USB for Obihai Accessories OBiWiFi and OBiBT

Use Google Voice with the OBi and enjoy free calls inside the USA and Canada
Call internationally at amazingly low rates to over 150 destinations
Rates to China, India, and Mexico as low as 1¢ per minute – with no connection fee
When someone calls, ring multiple OBi devices, anywhere
Block unwanted nuisance and tele-marketer calls
Voicemail that acts like email
Designed, developed and supported in the USA
Many more features!

List Price: $ 89.99

Price: $ 49.99

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars This is a great phone. With Google fi it works great international ..., August 20, 2017
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    Andrew (Adams, Tn USA) -
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    This is a great phone. With Google fi it works great international $.20 a minute voice, data same charge as not roaming, texting same as stateside.
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    John Martin2017-08-26 08:35
  2. 44 of 48 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Gives Apple a run for the money....this is close to being an I-Killer phone., October 31, 2016
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    John Martin (New London) -
    I've owned android based phones since google started rolling them out. I was an early adopter for the Nexus 6 and loved it. I use my tech a lot and when I had the chance to get a Pixel XL through Project Fi, I ordered one.

    I am very pleased. This phone is light, quick, and responsive. The Google Assistant is a thing of beauty and a sign that all the billions of dollars Google has invested in machine intelligence is paying off for them. Metal case, fingerprint sensor, gorilla glass screen - all pretty much par for the course. The phone is NOT IP68 certified but it does have it's IP53 certification. I've seen some brave - or wealthy - souls who have soaked their XL in a bowl of water for a half hour or so. I am not willing to put mine to the test. Splash, rain, and dust resistant is fine for me. I got a sprigen case and if I am worried about it, I guess I could get an Otterbox or something like that.

    The fingerprint sensor is responsive and easy to program. The rear camera sports 12.3 megapixels and the front weighs in at 8. Frankly, I pretty much use the camera for apps like Plickers and casual snapshots of the pets at home - this camera is plenty good for these needs. I have very nice digital pocket and SLR cameras for fine photography. Google states they have image stabilization and I guess it's worked well enough for the casual work I've done with the phone. The max aperture setting is f 2.0.

    The battery is the standard internal battery and it has been a trooper since I got the phone Friday. IMy days start at 0400 and according to the phone, I still have some 15 hours left - and I took it off the cradle around 0420. And I have been working the phone today, folks. There have been a lot of criticisms about the hardwired battery, but an 'Ifixit' video on the Pixel XL teardown indicated that a replacement - if needed - shouldn't be an ordeal. I really like the type C connector and the charging time is insanely short. The Pixel XL does NOT have Qi charging. This was something I questioned but it seems that Qi is something that is falling out of vogue. Again, the phone charges in no time at all, so this isn't a huge deal for me - certainly not a deal breaker.

    Let's talk about the other power that counts - what's driving the phone. The processor is a quad core snapdragon 821 cpu. Combined with an Adreno GPU and 4 MB of RAM, this puppy runs nougat like a dream. The video is nice and sharp. The Google Pixel XL has a 5.5-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, The glass is Corning Gorilla glass. I get a tempered glass screen protector for my phones because I am paranoid and I have seen the $6.00 protector 'take one' for the phone. What does this mean in plain English? My youtube videos and movies look great.

    Storage. Google does not like the idea of SD cards and they didn't choose to change their habits with this phone. I have the 32GB phone and frankly, I am OK with this. I work in the cloud a lot - I have WIfi access pretty much everywhere I go, and I have a handful of apps that I use - I don't need a lot of memory....and I have been using this phone for everything from grading to working on slide shows, lesson plans, student handouts, and working with my Google Classroom - so I am putting this through it's paces. Would more storage be a good thing? I guess - but I have everything I need and am nowhere NEAR capacity.

    Sound? Good thing I have some nice headphones. The Pixel XL does drop the ball with a single speaker. It's pretty robust, but if you want stereo, I hope you have something to plug into your speaker jack. The USB C interface is promising - it allows for more than just power. There are some promising USB C speaker docks that I have my eye on.

    Now to Google Assistant. There are two types of people - those who love Google's integration with it's suite of apps and assistive technologies and those who see it as 'big brother' snooping. I fall into the former category. I was a google fan since there was a Google and I've been on the ground floor for most of their offerings. As a teacher, I am a huge fan of their apps. As a busy guy I love being able to ask my phone to help me keep my life organized. I liked Google now and find the new Assistant to be insanely useful. I understand there are a lot of options in Nougat that allow you to modify the access you want to give Google.

    My carrier is Project Fi (told you I was a google geek) and it's working fine. I understand Verizon is offering this phone as well. Mine came straight from the Google Play Store via Project Fi and is pretty much vanilla Android - which makes me happy.

    This phone is a premium device and you pay for it. While some criticize that Google could have done better for their first true 'brand' phone, I am very pleased with the performance of my XL.

    I recommend it highly
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    Anonymous2017-08-26 09:07
  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, July 30, 2017
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    Anonymous2017-08-26 09:27