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Both phones have a 12.2 megapixel rear camera capable of recording 4K video at 30 FPS, 1080p video at 120 FPS, and 720p video at 240 FPS. The camera also contains phase-detection autofocus, laser autofocus, and HDR+ processing. The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL also include the Pixel Visual Core (PVC) image processor for faster and lower power image processing, though it was not enabled until Android 8.1 was released in January 2018.[9][10] The PVC was custom design by Google's consumer hardware team with collaboration from Intel.[11] The Pixels do not have support for 4K video at 60 FPS, as the processor is not powerful enough.[12][13] The Pixel 2 includes optical image stabilization which the Pixel lacked. Google uses Fused Video Stabilization which reduces issues with camera shake, motion blur, rolling shutter distortion, and focus breathing as found in other image stabilization methods.[14]




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Even a year after their release, the Pixel and Pixel XL were easily still some of the best available smartphone cameras. That was due in no small part to Google's excellent photo processing, which paired with camera hardware that lacked the typical assistance of OIS (optical image stabilization) and produced fantastic photos regardless. This year, Google has added OIS, widened the aperture to f/1.8 and improved its processing, with the only downside (if you could call it that) being slightly smaller pixel size on the 12.2MP sensor.


The Pixel 2 XL has a 6-inch, 2,880-by-1,440 OLED display, for 536 pixels per inch (ppi). It's the same resolution and pixel density as the V30, though not quite as pixel dense as the slightly smaller S8 (570ppi). According to our own tests and experts we've consulted, the screen isn't the finest on the market, but it's fine. It's not nearly as bright as the screen on the Galaxy Note 8 or Galaxy S8, and its colors tend to be a bit cool and bluish. But performance is entirely within the acceptable range.


Google also manages to do bokeh Portrait mode with the single camera sensor through software. We took a photo of a heavily bearded GSMArena editor, and it worked pretty well, but stray hairs behind other hairs tended to be blurred out as part of the background. It's not perfect, but it's also not worse than on dual-camera phones. Bokeh works with the 8-megapixel front camera, too.


This is one area where the bigger Pixel leaps ahead of the smaller one, though. It's hard to tell the difference between a 440ppi screen and a 536ppi panel with the naked eye, but it gets much easier when you're wearing a VR headset: Daydream on the smaller Pixel looks genuinely pixelated, to a distracting extent, while it's acceptably fine-grained on the Pixel 2 XL. You see the biggest difference in text. Words appear to shift and pulse distractingly on the smaller Pixel, making it a slightly unpleasant phone to use for VR.


The pressure on smartphone manufacturers must be intense. googletag.cmd.push(function() googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1449240174198-2'); ); Every year they are tasked with upping the ante on last year's phone. Sometimes they radically change the design, like Apple did this year with the iPhone X, but other times the upgrade seems more incremental, meaning key features get an upgrade, but the overall look and feel are not entirely new.


The Pixel 2 XL's main camera has a 12.2-megapixel sensor with a wide-angle f/1.8 lens. The Pixel's camera is top-notch, although it doesn't have a dual-lens system like some other flagship phones. The camera does have optical image stabilization and a dual-LED flash. It can shoot 4K video at 30 frames per second and 720p video at 240 fps.


We want to add some info regarding the blue tint that some of you have been asking about. The slight blue tint is inherent in the display hardware and only visible when you hold the screen at a sharp angle. All displays are susceptible to some level of color shift (e.g. red, yellow, blue) when viewing from off angles due to the pixel cavity design. Similar to our choice with a cooler white point, we went with what users tend to prefer and chose a design that shifts blue.


Buy from Amazon: ($41.99)SEE ALSO: Google Pixel 2 FAQ: Everything You Need to KnowBest Google Pixel 2 XL AccessoriesThat concludes our list of 15 best Google Pixel 2 XL accessories. You can choose from a case, screen protector, headphones, power banks and much more. So, tell us, did you like our list? If you did, which one of the above-mentioned products are you thinking of buying? Let us know all your thoughts on the subject in the comments section below.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();TAGSfeaturedGoogle Pixel 2 XLGoogle Pixel 2 XL Accessories3 Commentsfreestar.config.enabled_slots.push( placementName: "beebom_sidebar_right_4", slotId: "beebom_sidebar_right_4" );


The Google Pixel and Pixel XL had one of last year's best smartphone cameras, and that continues with the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. In fact, these new phones have achieved a DxOMark score of 98, which beats the previously reigning iPhone 8 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which were tied at 94 points. That's a big jump, even compared to the original Pixels. Google managed this by breaking convention and sticking to a single camera. Rakowski told us that it's the combination of hardware and AI or machine learning, that has helped the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL achieve this feat. Both phones have 12.2-megapixel sensors with wide f/1.8 apertures and Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS). During video recording, the phone uses a combination of OIS and EIS (electronic) to achieve more stability. While we didn't get a chance to try out how well this actually works outdoors, we did find that it only supports 4K at 30fps for now, which is a step behind the iPhone 8 which does 4K at 60fps.


We did try out the single-camera portrait mode, which works with both the front and rear cameras. According to Google, machine learning is used in combination with the dual-pixel sensor to create a depth map and isolate subjects from their backgrounds. The result is pretty impressive when you consider that there's no secondary camera. We couldn't test out the camera too much but we'll be sure to put it through the ringer in our full review.


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