Google announced two new smartphones called Pixel and Pixel XL on Tuesday.
As you could probably guess, the Pixel “XL” is the larger of the models, but both models differ from each other in some other subtle ways.
The screens also differ on resolution. The Pixel has a 1080p screen, and the Pixel XL features a sharper 1440p display.
Google rates the Pixel's battery life for up to up to 26 hours of talk time; the Pixel XL gets around 32 hours.
And, obviously, the Pixel is smaller and lighter than the Pixel XL. The regular Pixel weighs 143 grams, while the Pixel XL weighs 168 grams.
And that's it! Google doesn't give its larger smartphones significantly more advanced features like Apple does with iPhones, especially with cameras.
Both Pixels have the same cameras with the same features, whereas Apple gave the iPhone 7 Plus features a more advanced dual-lens camera that takes better photos than the regular iPhone 7.