Google's Pixel and Pixel XL are made by HTC, but from a marketing perspective they're all Google. This means they're running the latest version of Android Nougat, version 7.1, with some Google Magic thrown in, but they're also top-of-the-line phones for late 2016. Here's what they have.
|Category||Google Pixel||Google Pixel XL|
|Operating System||Android 7.1 with Google UI||Android 7.1 with Google UI|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 821||Qualcomm Snapdragon 821|
Gorilla Glass 4
Gorilla Glass 4
|Rear Camera||12MP f/2.0
|Front camera||8MP, f/2.4||8MP, f/2.4|
|Charging||Rapid Charging||Rapid Charging|
|Connectivity||USB Type-C, Bluetooth 4.2||USB Type-C, Bluetooth 4.2|
|Colors||Quite Black, Very Silver, Really Blue||Quite Black, Very Silver, Really Blue|
|Dimensions||143.8 x 69.5 x 8.6 mm||154.7 x 75.74 x 8.6 mm|
|Weight||143 g||168 g|
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