The Pixel 2 is a solid upgrade when compared to the 2016 model, but we’ve reached a point where the latest generation of a smartphone is never leaps and bounds better than the last. It’s hard to justify dropping nearly a grand on a phone when it doesn’t improve your situation much — especially when a few software tweaks will give you most of the upgrade for free.

Aside from a slightly improved camera and the Pixel 2 XL’s nearly bezel-less display, the biggest changes to this year’s Pixels aren’t hardware related. An updated launcher, a few new camera modes, and a name that tune feature that… more


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