Ever since the original Google Pixel was released in 2016, the Pixel series has represented some of the best Android phones you can buy in the industry — largely due to the outstanding camera performance and super clean software.
We're just a few short days away from the Pixel 4 unveiling, and while there's a lot of excitement surrounding the phone, there's a different conversation taking place in our AC forums.
Some of our members are talking about their itch to leave the Pixel family in favor of something else. Here's what they have to say.
What about you? Have you considered leaving Google's Pixel phones?
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