Monday, October 23, 2017

Drop Test! iPhone 8 Plus vs. Google Pixel 2 XL: Crystal Case Duel


The iPhone 8 Plus takes less than a month in the market and although the sales figures are discreet for various reasons, the reality is that it is a fantastic terminal. But it is not the only one: Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 +, Galaxy Note 8, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, OnePlus 5 ...
The battle to win the hearts of users who are looking for the best is tough and it is no longer just a matter of performance, but also design, cameras, batteries ... Although on paper, a 2014 design like the iPhone 8 would give little chance to the terminal of Apple, the truth is that with its finishes in glass has a different look.
But that nice glass finish has a B-face : the prints are marked much more and of course, it is much less resistant than Aluminum. So if you are valuing the acquisition of some terminal in the noble zone, surely you will think twice.
When Google introduced its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL , in NewCydiaTweaks we compared them so you did not think twice: in both the standard version and the XL (Plus in the case of the iPhone) , we thought the iPhone 8 swept Mountain View devices.
And it is that both designs are a bit demodé, but between the bionic chip A11 and the Snapdragon 835, they have little to do those of Qualcomm. But of course, for tastes the colors . Do not forget that Google went from dual camera thanks to a better development of the AI, its AMOLED screen, its price ... it would not be unreasonable to think of the Pixel as a good alternative.

Drop Test: iPhone 8 Plus vs. Google Pixel 2 XL

But let's get down to business, what happens when they fall to the ground? The youtuber JerryRigEveryTing has put them to the test and we will only tell you one thing: if you buy an iPhone 8, you better prepare a good case , because it is quite loose against falling backwards, in the corners, on the screen ...
In favor of Apple we will say that the device of Cupertino gives the size before falls on the front and that Google only gains by a point of difference. Yes, very resistant are neither.
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