Despite its claim to be Google inside and out, this Pixel may have had some fruity inspiration.
Similar styling aside, there are a few physical features that set the Pixel XL apart from its most rosey competitor:
No home button—Google opted for on-screen buttons, allowing for a sleek, button-less front face.
A back-mounted fingerprint scanner, and a single rear-facing camera (sans unsightly bump).
Two speaker slits—rather than holey grilles—and a USB-C port, not a proprietary Lightning port.
Oh yeah! It also kept its headphone jack right at the top of the phone.
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