Unless you've been living under the world's largest rock for the past few days, you've probably heard a thing or two about the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Google's latest flagships do bring a lot to the table, but between potential screen burn-in on the XL model, hissing/clicking sounds with the regular Pixel 2, and plenty more, the decision to hand over $650 or $850 for either phone might be more difficult than you were initially anticipating.
Last year's Google Pixel is still an incredibly good phone, and although it may not be the newest or flashiest device around, there's an argument to be made for holding onto it for at least another year if you already own one.
Some of our forum users recently dived into this very conversation, and here's what some of you had to say.
There's still plenty more that can be said here, so we'd like to know – will you be keeping your 2016 Pixel/Pixel XL for another year?