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Google's Pixel phone: Not much new, but still a standout

Google achieves that by pulling together the best features from Apple, Samsung and other phones and offering them at prices comparable to iPhones — starting at about $650 for the regular, 5-inch model and $770 for the 5.5-inch "XL" edition. [...] it might serve up a strong challenge to Samsung, especially as people look for alternatives to the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7. Colors in some shots look too strong and clean to me, thanks to software processing intended to reduce distortion and improve detail (something all phones do to some extent).
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