Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL flagship phones are a rousing success, with consumers praising the fluid user experience and overall performance as two of the devices’ biggest strengths. But even though Google may have knocked it out of the park with a set of Apple-like smartphones that “just work,” there’s still room for improvement in a few areas.

Take audio performance as an example—it’s perfectly fine, but it’s certainly not great. The Pixel only has a single bottom-firing speaker, and stock Android does not provide a graphic equalizer for fine-tuning audio quality.

Hopefully, Google will… more


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