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They’re two of the most expensive smartphones US buyers will find, and they’re also two of the best smartphones period. Find out which of these is the better fit for you as we put iPhone 7 against Google Pixel on MrMobile!


Google Pixel / Pixel XL;

Apple iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 Plus:



MrMobile’s iPhone vs Pixel comparison was produced following over a month with iPhone 7, 7 Plus, Pixel and Pixel XL review units tested on multiple networks in the US and abroad. All review phone are retail production units purchased by Mobile Nations.


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  1. This makes me really want the Pixel now. The iPhone is still AMAZING, but the Pixel is just so simplistic and I enjoy the camera's look better. <3

  2. Not saying Apple's way is better for everyone, I like that Apple's philosophy when it comes to their camera processing, is to try and make their photos true to life and then if you want to bump up the saturation/contrast like a Samsung phone would, then you can do it yourself.

    When you use a Phone that you think has a prettier picture than an iPhone because of the color, saturation, etc…, you will never get the camera to produce an accurate reproduction of what you actually see.

  3. I'm actually surprised that Snapchat works great on my Android Phone. I'm using a Zenfone 3 from ASUS. I think the 4GBs of RAM helped it, despite its midrange SD 625 processor. Not bad.

  4. The ONLY reason (and it's a big reason) I would pick the iPhone over the Pixel is because with android … you can turn ANY phone into a pixel.

    Want a galaxy s8 "pixel"? It's possible and easy on android …

    Hope you guys catch my drift

  5. A big difference is the fact that apple supports their phones for 5 years while Google only provides 2 years of updates which kills the resale value, and quite frankly, after paying so much for a smart phone the user should get more than just 2 years of software updates.