iPhone Addict Switches To The Pixel 2

hi my name is Graham Flanagan and I have been an iPhone addict for the last ten years switching to Android just never seemed like a real option ride but the more and more I hear and read about them they seem like it might actually be superior to the iPhone so this week I am going to try out the pixel to unboxing for the next few days I'm gonna try and use the Google pixel 2 for everything ok so one week has passed my initial impression is I love the phone it's a phone that is just as good if not better than the iPhone I could easily see myself switching to a pixel phone with a price point of only 650 dollars it would be very economically sound to do that so let's talk about a few of the aspects of the pixel 2 that I really enjoyed the advantage that stands out the most over the iPhone is the battery life I never had a situation where I felt like the battery was about to die and that happens all the time with the iPhone and I gotta say of course there was a learning curve a little bit of a learning curve switching over to Android but by the end of the week I feel really comfortable with it it's noticeably lighter than the the iPhone I like that here's one area where I think the iPhone definitely wins the dongle for the pixel is huge it's ridiculous look at those to put side-by-side if you're gonna have a dongle make it as small as possible Apple definitely wins they're just like with the new iPhones there's no headphone jack which is the worst technological advancement in recent memory hands down the camera on the pixel 2 is better than what you see with an iPhone here's some examples of photos that I took while on a farm in Virginia just look at that clarity look at the the hair on that goat this one was taken with an iPhone same goat the image is not as high-quality as the one taken with the pixel get back the pixels video quality also outstanding the colors just pop here's some footage I took of the New York City skyline from an airplane as you can see when you zoom in the zoom on the video camera like most smartphone cameras isn't that great you'll lose a lot of resolution but generally I was a big fan of the video so that's just a definite advantage even though I've been like an iPhone disciple for like ten years I feel like that's just been because it's been a force of habit and not really because I felt like iPhones were the best phones and now that I'm comfortable with the Android operating system I might be ready to make the switch


  1. iPhones are the Best. The IPhone X camera is better than the Pixel 2. When this video came out the iPhone X was out

  2. Apple think if you can but expensive iPhone then you can buy a expensive Bluetooth earphones. Not only Apple all other brands.

  3. this might be the worst review of a phone ever;
    firstly you dumb ass, don't can't compare an old and degraded battery to a brand new one.
    secondly, if you're going to compare pictures, at least try not to have an epilepsy outbreak while taking the iPhone ones. I bet the pixel photos would look bad with shake that bad too.

  4. I always stood for iPhone but since I sold my iPhone 8 Plus to get the Google Pixel 2 XL I'm very pleased

  5. They must have done a lot of editing for this commercial.. that guy doesnโ€™t blink not even once..or maybe his eyes got shocked by using android.

  6. that phone seems like plastic toy/ cheap to me. Definitely not worth 650$. The camera might be great but the boring android system and the esthetic wonโ€™t make me switch. I think iPhone wins them all. They should just be cheaper

  7. โ€œ only 650 dollarsโ€
    Only 650 dollar wow just pocket change right there ๐Ÿ™„

  8. iPhone user since 8 years. I tried to switch from an iPhone to POCOPHONE. Within 2 days I sold the POCO and got back to my old phone. Reason? apps not optimized, some apps work just on 3/4th of the screen like wunderlist etc, lot of bugs. Biggest reason was the RESPONSIVENESS of the phone. No phone's touch is as responsive as a fresh iPhone. Because of this my typing was slow and buggy. Plus don't ask about the frustration with unwanted touches. People say "Once an iPhone, always an iPhone user". I thought to prove them wrong, hell I couldn't. Maybe its just the POCOPHONE, but idk.

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