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See how Google’s new Pixel phones stack up to last year’s Nexus phones

Google is ditching Nexus branding on this year's new smartphones in favor of a new "Pixel" moniker. The devices also come with a new pitch. They’re no longer pure Android devices, nor are they affordable. The Pixel and Pixel XL will be high-end smartphones that are meant to rival the iPhone 7 and this year’s top Android devices. We’ve already seen them pop up in several leaks, but now it's time to see exactly how Google's two new Pixel phones measure up to last year's Nexus handsets.
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