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Pixel XL Review

It’s the end of an era. After seven generations, the Nexus brand is no more. This year, Google gives us Pixel and Pixel XL, the first phones developed by the company in-house, and sold without any kind of co-branding. With prices ranging between $649 and $869, these are expensive devices, and the company is betting big on AI with Google Assistant, which (for now) is only available on the Pixel handsets and the Google Home smart speaker.
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