Being among the first to have the Android Nougat 7.0, comparison between the LG V20 and Google Pixel XL would be inevitable. In this article, we will look at the reviews, specs and price of the two mobile phones.
LG V20 vs Google Pixel XL Comparison: Specs
There are some similarities between the two smart phones, not including their sizes as the LG V20 is slightly bigger at 5.7 inches against the Google Pixel XL's 5.5 inches display. They are also feature the same QHD resolution, use the same Snapdragon processor, although the Google phone has under its hood the 821 processor.
They are also using the same 4 GB of RAM while they vary in the internal storage. The Pixel XL has the 128 model while the V20 has 64 GB although with a capacity to expand through a microSD. In terms of camera performance, it's a wash between the two. The Google phone has a 534 pixel density against the V20's 515.
LG V20 vs Google Pixel XL Comparison: Price
Sprint is offering a $200 rebate on the smart phone, so regardless of the cost of the flagship, you deduct $200 from that total. You can also buy the phone from AT&T at around $830 or $34.59 per month for two years. The Google Pixel XL, meanwhile, is priced at around $770.
LG V20 vs Google Pixel XL Comparison: Review
Android Headlines seems to be more impressed with the Google Pixel instead of the LG V20 because it was faster in terms of the processor in addition to the AMOLED display (in contrast to the V20's IPS LCD). Ultimately, the features would amount to nothing if your phone dies quickly. The Pixel XL has 3,450 mAh battery while the V20 has a removable Li-ion 3,200 mAh battery.