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Pixel + Pixel XL versus Nexus 5X + 6P: Google's new phones compared, to scale

Big Pixel and baby Pixel side-by-side, in context. As reported yesterday, we know have the first official-looking renders of Google's new Pixel phones, thanks to leaker Evan Blass. No surprise: Both the 5-inch Pixel and 5.5-inch Pixel XL look basically identical. In fact, the change in wallpaper is more noticeable than the difference in size, when viewed individually. However, with a bit of simple math, it's easy to put these two alongside each other in context, since we know the relative screen sizes.
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