Pixel 2 & Pixel 2 XL – This review was FUN

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38 Replies to “Pixel 2 & Pixel 2 XL – This review was FUN”

  1. Tj H

    I REALLY wish people who make videos, including advertisements and youtube content realize that saying "Ok google" or "hey Alexa" loudly is NOT OKAY (unless you meant to do that). On the flip side, people haven't even realized that saying 'ok google' or 'hey alexa' does stuff on the other end AT ALL, like not even using it for evil: how is it that there's no advertisements that exploit this yet?

  2. Richard Thomas

    wats wit the typical bipolar purple hair psycho skank u keep flashing, we don't like purple haired bipolar psycho sluts bro, maybe u should've ahowed off a blond or normal black haired chick, keep the weirdo feminist off the screen

  3. TrakeM118

    I bought a Pixel 2 XL but frankly, it's not that great. The screen is small, it doesn't have a headphone jack. My old phone, a Galaxy Note (I think it was), is at this point 6 years old and the version of android on it is no longer supported at all (4.4) and the charging plug doesn't really work right any more (it can work but it's very finicky at this point) and the camera doesn't work at all. The screen is still perfect though (7.1 inches!).

    I'm looking for a phone as good as my 6 year old phone but still recent enough to have software support. I understand that cell phones (for some bizarre reason unlike ALL other technologies) get worse over time and more expensive with smaller screens, lesser audio and other downgrades but is there SOME company out there that makes a phone as good as my 6 year old phone? I'm looking for something with a 7.1" screen and a headphone jack!

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