When it comes to smartphones, we keep hearing the whole Apple vs. Samsung spiel. But when it comes to Android phones, it’s pretty clear that Samsung is the winner among all Android devices. At least for now, as Google is certainly trying its best to change this. The multinational technology company has made quite a splash with its Google Pixel series. So, let’s see if there is a chance for them to win this contest.
Features and Specs of the Pixel Fold
We’ll start this off by discussing the latest released models. Starting off with the Pixel Fold, their first foldable smartphone released in the first half of 2023 and the current thinnest one on the market. As with many of their devices, their camera is simply impeccable, with three rear cameras including a 48MP wide lens and a front camera at 9.5MP. If you want a smartphone that has a larger screen, you’re probably someone who looks to game on the go.
For instance, if you want to play slots online at Betfair Casino, whether it’s the classic Fruit Stack Deluxe or the Grecian Gods of Troy, you’ll have ample space to enjoy the graphics with its edge-to-edge screen at a 120Hz refresh rate. And, even if you choose to keep it as a standard smartphone screen, browser games such as the aforementioned one are typically cross-platform compatible. The Pixel Fold comes with the Android 13, along with quite the battery size – 4821mAH. Moreover, it has 12GB of RAM and you have the option to either get the standard 256GB or upgrade it to 512GB.
The 101 on the Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro
Next up, we have the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro also released in 2023, the successors to the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro with a similar design but more sleek. When it comes to the software, it ships with the latest OS – Android 14. Just like with its predecessors, it has a big focus on AI, especially when it comes to its camera features. We can’t help but note the Bard chatbot introduced to both devices. This AI feature is set to improve everything, from grammar suggestions to upgrading the Recording app and more. The Pixel 8 Pro is the first in this line to run Google’s proprietary AI language model.
As to the hardware, it’s also spectacular, with a special mention to the 6.2in 1080p OLED display for the Pixel 8 at 60-120Hz refresh rate, and the 6.7in QHD+ 1440p LTPO OLED display on the 8 Pro at 1-120Hz refresh rate. Once again, it also offers what has truly become the standard for all Pixel devices – an astounding camera, although the Pixel 8 Pro is slightly better. So, if you’re someone who plans to take only the most spectacular of pictures, you’d probably want to go for that one. There is plenty more to say, but for us, these are certainly the top notes. All of the above devices are comparable to the Samsung Galaxy S23, S23+, and Ultra along with the Galaxy Z Fold 5. So, will Google dethrone Samsung as the best Android phone series? Only time can tell, but we’re certainly excited to see their rivalry continue as this can only end up giving us some of the best devices possible.