Daemon Targaryen, 15 Mar 2023I really do wish Google returns to using Snapdragons again. Samsung manufactured SoCs have bee... morei read some news qualcomm not allowed pixel to custom made their chipset for google AI&ML that why pixel using exynos cause samsung give permission to custom it
Sad news, 5.8 inch is false. It's 6.3 inch, same like Pixel 7. Wish they at least shrink it to 6.1 like iPhone 14 and S23. Pixel 7A/6A have very thick bezel that even though it's 6.1, they are much bigger than ip14/s23.
loving the compact size/smaller screen size direction but that camera bump could maybe use a better design or smaller profile
yalim, 15 Mar 2023loved this compact form factor. we definitely need more compact proper flagships in android ec... moreTbf the s23 ultra is a stupidly big, stupidly heavy phone thats sharp so im not suprised. I do like the profile of the iphone/pro models at 6.1, easy to hold and use with enoigh screen real estate.
I like that Google and Samsung are making their design language more consistent across devices.
I really do wish Google returns to using Snapdragons again. Samsung manufactured SoCs have been problematic since the iPhone 6S with chipgate. I remember my SE1 had the Samsung A9 chip. That thing overheated like crazy playing games or using it for GPS. The A9 from TSMC was the good chip to have.
How long will this charade lasts with Google's Exytensor? If the Tensor 3 is not on par to the battery life of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, it's already a no-go. Samsung continues to win by NOT using chips they manufacture. The irony.
Looks like S21 had a baby with Pixel 7.
0,3" smaller screen and still bigger than S23? Die, Google.
loved this compact form factor. we definitely need more compact proper flagships in android ecosystem. 40% of iphone customers prefer 6.1" models for a reason. I have always used compact phones. galaxy s4mini, xperia z5compact, galaxy s9 and now galaxy s23. once you get used to the convenience, it is not possible to use a big phone. I hold s23ultra and my thumb hurt in a few minutes.
The Pixel 8 design gives off iPhone X/XS/11 Pro vibes. Rounded, stainless steel sides. Looks classier and more comfortable than the Pixel 6 and 7.
I'm hoping by Pixel 9, it gets even smaller while still retaining that rounded, stainless steel sides. Like Pixels returns to the same dimensions as the non-XL Pixel 1-3, 4a, and 5.
I'm tired of large slabs. OEMs should give us options. Imagine if all automobile manufacturers offered you only one size? This is why I defend people who enjoy foldables. So people whining about them doesn't like choice?
The visor design was a huge downgrade compared to the 6 series
150 mm and 5.8 inch of screen with those bezzels? impossible
looks cute. but I wish it had a much sharper corners
santi64, 15 Mar 2023i have big hands and i like compact phones, i dont want a brick in my pocket Exactly, right to the point. Pocketable compact device for me is max around 150mm x 70mm, I am almost 2 meters tall.. the needs of using a smartphone are somewhat individual 😏
I have been using Samsung galaxy s23 and it's the best perfect compact size phone I have ever used. Google should give option for compact size Pro series phone and get rid of curved display. Lot of customers like to enjoy Pro series specs but with a smaller display.
so it's nearly same size as s21