Google has released a new device called the Pixel, but it’s not the first time it has come in for criticism for being too similar to other devices.
It was recently criticized for being so similar to the Samsung Galaxy S8 that it would be difficult to tell the differences.
This week, Google has responded to that criticism with an updated device called Pixel XL, which it claims is the first to be “fully interoperable”.
It is, but there are still some problems with the device.
Here are the biggest ones.
The Pixel XL doesn’t have an NFC sensor.
You’ll be able to use NFC-enabled devices that are compatible with the Pixel XL without buying a separate adapter, but you’ll still need a way to scan the NFC sensor in order to get it to work.
There’s no USB Type-C to USB Type A port.
While the Pixel’s wireless charging has been good enough to make me use it with my iPhone 7 Plus, there are no USB-C ports on the Pixel.
That’s a problem, because the Pixel has always had a USB Type C port.
But there’s also a USB-A port on the back, which will allow you to charge a device using USB Type B. As a result, you’ll need to find a way for a charging cable to plug into the Pixel without removing it from your phone.
When you’re ready to use the Pixel for more than a few minutes, the Pixel will need to be paired with a Wi-Fi-enabled device before you can use it.
For more than just the first few hours, the display is a bit blurry.
If you’re looking to do something more than read or play music, you may be disappointed to learn that the Pixel does not have a built-in microphone.
In addition to a dedicated camera app, the camera is just one of the features that will make the Pixel look bad in the mirror.
But, it’s better than nothing.
Google says the Pixel is waterproof, which is good news for the millions of people who rely on their phones to stay in the water.
However, if you’re going to use your Pixel for long periods of time, you might want to consider a larger screen or the possibility of buying a dedicated battery pack.