Arotake Pika Google

Google Pixel Review
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  • Ko te Pika ko te pūrere ngā. He waea hangaia e Google, te kaihanga o te Android. Ko te taha ki te pūmanawa, ko te runga kakari: te smoothest, putanga hōu a pai papaitia o Android wātea ana i te kau, me te tino pea ki te heke mai, aha ki whakahōunga tere haere mai tonu i Google.

atamai Tuatahi hangaia e Google i te wahanga hi'opo'ai te pouaka maha, e kore ko tino te ao oranga, nana etahi kia titau engari


Powered e Guardian.co.ukTēnei tuhinga ui “arotake Pixel Google: he, nana iPhone engari e kore rawa te kingi Android” e Samuel Gibbs i tuhituhia, hoki theguardian.com i runga i Rāpare 20 Oketopa 2016 06.00 UTC

Kua pae hopea whakarewahia Google he atamai ake-waitohu, te Pika, ki te wero Apple matenga i runga i ka whakarato i tētahi wheako Android moni ki te pūmārō hāngai ki te pūmanawa i te iwi nei mau hanga ai..

Ko te atamai hou muri raina nohonga o Google o ngā pūrere me te kamupene kerēme e te Pika, ko te inaianei 100% Google, i rite ki nga whakaaro nohonga i reira ngā Google te pūmanawa, a i etahi wāhi ki te whakaaro, engari e kore e mana katoa. hono te waea Pika te Pika C Android papa me Chromebook Pika rite tuatahi whakaaro i roto i-whare o Google.

Ko mo Google, e kore ko te Pika he atamai tika, te reira i te tāpaetanga i runga ranei Google rite te waitohu hokona.

āhua poro

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Ko nui i tetahi pito te Pika, engari e kore e ai koutou kite te kore tohu tangata reira i roto i. Whakaahua: Samuel Gibbs mo te Guardian

Ki te tinana katoa-whakarewa, katoa-karaihe whakaatu, hanga toka-mārō, matawai tapumati me taringa turanga, te Pika hi'opo'ai te nuinga o nga pouaka e tūmanakohia o runga mutunga-atamai, ki te kahore hoki he kore o te wuru. Ko te paku rerekē titiro rawa, ki te rōpū karaihe uhi i te tuatoru runga o te hoki me te poro-āhua e te nui i te tihi me te huna i tetahi puranga kāmera. Kia pehea te ātaahua ko reira rite he hoahoa e wehe nei whakaaro.

mana'o nui te Pika i roto i te ringa, ki taha kiri niao ki me taha flat e hanga e mea ohie ki pu, me te mau i runga i ki. Ko te hoki e kore e matotoru rawa, ki te hanga poro te tikanga i te bit mau koe he mea kikokore, me te he tohatoha taimaha pai.

I te turanga o te Pika, ko te reira 7.3mm matotoru, me te pauna i reira 143g. I roto i rite ki te whakataetae, ara 7.1mm o Apple matotoru, 138g iPhone 7 me 7.9mm o Samsung matotoru, 152g tupuni S7, Ko tika i roto i te waenganui te Pika. te reira te kikokore atu o whakamutunga tau 7.9mm matotoru nohonga 5x a engari 7g taimaha.

Ko te Pika he tonu mata 5E HD AMOLED i runga i te mua, which makes it one of the smaller premium smartphones available, with most others having 5.1in or larger screens. The display is crisp and vibrant, with deep blacks and excellent viewing angles. It’s relatively easy to read in direct sunlight too, making it one of the best displays fitted to a smartphone, although not quite as good as Samsung’s best.

Whakatakotoranga

  • Mata: 5in 1080p AMOLED (441ppi)
  • Pūtukatuka: tapawhā-matua Qualcomm Snapdragon 821
  • RAM: 4GB o RAM
  • Storage: 32 or 128GB
  • Pūnaha whakahaere: Android 7.1 Nougat
  • Kāmera: 12.3MP kāmera muri, 8MP kāmera mua-e anga
  • Hononga: LTE, Wi-Fi, NFC, Nihokikorangi 4.2, USB-C me te GPS
  • Ngā Ahu: 143.8 x 69.5 x 7.3-8.6 mm
  • Taumaha: 143g

DayDream ready

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Google’s Pixel still has a headphone socket, but doesn’t actually come with any headphones in the box. Whakaahua: Samuel Gibbs mo te Guardian

The Pixel is one of the first handsets to use Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 821 pūtukatuka, which is essentially a tweaked version of the 820 found in the OnePlus 3 and other smartphones.

Performance is not an issue. From Prisma images to graphically intensive games, the Pixel chewed through everything I threw at it, e hiahia titau koe mo te £ 600 atamai. te reira tetahi o nga smartphones Android kaha tino wātea ana i tēnei wā. E pai papaitia reira, kōhuatia, nohopuku, me te, pea te nuinga impressively, e kore e whiwhi i te reira e wera, ka i raro i kawenga.

wera te nuinga smartphones ake tino, no te tikiake i te rota o te raraunga, pērā i ka whakatū te waea, heoi kihai i te Pika. Reira ka rere ano kēmu pērā i Rana te tangata kahore te whakawera ake i roto i te iti, te wahi o whakamutunga tau Nexus 5x ka kite he wera.

Ko hoki te Pika te atamai tuatahi ki te kia tohu mo te whakamahi ki te hou Google DayDream pūhara mooni mariko. Ahakoa e te tikanga tetahi i roto i te mooni ka whakawhirinaki i runga i pana hou pehea angitu o Google mō mutu VR ake te. Ehara i te wātea ano, na me pehea mahi reira he tonu unknown.

He ra i waenganui i utu

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Ko te USB me te kaikōrero kotahi i te raro (te poka maui-taha). Whakaahua: Samuel Gibbs mo te Guardian

Mā te whakamahi i te Pika rite toku pūrere tuatahi, roa te reira tika i runga i 24 haora, kahore tohutohutia, whakahaere e toru haora o te whakamahinga taupānga me te tirotiro, rau o īmēra me whakamōhiotanga pana, o ngā whakaahua i te tokorua, e rima haora o te waiata i runga i te taringa Nihokikorangi me te kēmu rerekē o Rana te tangata i roto i toku kotahi te haora, me te 20-miniti tereina haere ki a i mahi. Te auraa ra, ka whiwhi koe i roto i te ra, me te po i roto i, engari ka whai koe ki te ako atu i te reira pō ka tino pea kia reira mate i mua i te whiwhi koe ki te mahi i te ra i muri mai ranei.

Ko te Pika kua nohopuku ka tohutohutia roto whakatakotoranga mana tuku USB-C o, e kore a Qualcomm QuickCharge tetahi atu pūnaha tohutohutia whakatere ranei. ka mau te tiaki tonu i tino flat kotahi haora 45 meneti, pa 25% kaha i roto i pā ana ki 15 meneti, 40% i roto i te 25 meneti, me 66% i roto i pā ana ki 50 meneti. Ehara i te te atamai utu tere e wātea ana, engari te reira tino tere atu i te iPhone o Apple 7.

Android 7.1 Nougat

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Pika tāuta mai ki Pūwhakarewa hou a Google oti ki te homescreen hou-titiro, me te taupānga kaiutuutu. Whakaahua: Samuel Gibbs mo te Guardian

mai te Pika ki te putanga hōu o te Android 7.1 Nougat me ko te atamai tuatahi ki te rave i te reira. Kei te rere tonu te nuinga atu smartphones Android 6 Marshmallow, kia putanga anake 7 ranei 7.1.

Android 7.0 Nougat whakaurua etahi pūhiko mārō me ngā āhuatanga wā-whakaora, e he hakari i runga i te Pika katoa. putanga o Google o Nougat 7.1 whakamōhio atu i te torutoru nga mea hou, me te whai hua, tae atu i te kaha ki te ārai i matohi ataata ka kore e whakakorikoria whakahohe te, pērā i te kōhiko arahina marama whakamōhiotanga - pepa mo te hunga e ki atu tenei ratou atamai te pō i muri ki o ratou matenga.

Ko te Pika hoki kua he putanga hou o te Pūwhakarewa o Google - mohiotia i mua kia rite ki te Pūwhakarewa Google Na - i haponohia ki ngā pūrere Nohonga me he wātea mo te tahi atu smartphones Android me papa i runga i te Store Play. Pūwhakarewa o te Pika kua he hou-titiro Google pae rapu, me te mata te kāinga widget rangi, e kore o e taea te nekehia atu whāiti wāhi icon poutū ki wha nga rarangi, a inaianei huna te kaiutuutu taupānga i muri te swipe ake i te paepae e rima-icon-whānui i te raro o te mata.

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pokatata Pūwhakarewa pakū-ake i runga i te kōrere, me te mau, engari e taea te toia i te tahua ki te hanga i te ata i whakatapua mo te pokatata i runga i te homescreen. Whakaahua: Samuel Gibbs mo te Guardian

Ko te huringa mahi nui mo te mata kāinga, Heoi, Ko te pokatata Pūwhakarewa hou, e tapua tohu pa 3D o Apple i runga i iOS, engari kahore te hiahia mo te mata pēhanga-tairongo. Mirimiri me te pupuri i te icon taupānga pops ake he rārangi o ngā mahi tere, i waea ki te iwi motuhake ki ngā karere kuputuhi tata, kōwhiringa ki te peke tonu ki te selfie ataata ranei i roto i te taupānga kāmera, me ētahi atu mahi ōrite.

taea hoki te toia nga pokatata Pūwhakarewa i te taupānga matua ki pātene tere i runga i te mata te kāinga, te auraa i te pātene mō te peke tonu ki te kāmera mua-anga mo te selfie taea te whakanohoia ki hea i runga i te mata te kāinga mo te uru kotahi-tap.

Te nuinga o taupānga a Google tautoko te āhuatanga hou, i te tahi mau taupānga tuatoru-rōpū, tae hohoro ka kia whakahoutia Evernote ki te tāpiri i ngā mahi tere o ratou ake. Kia pehea te nui whaipainga whiwhi koutou i roto i o ratou e whakawhirinaki ki runga ki e taupānga whakamahi koe, engari te taea ki te titi mahi Pūwhakarewa rite te icon motuhake ki te mata kāinga taea e whai hua mo te tahi mau mahi nuitia whakamahia.

Google o ngā ano te kohinga o ātaahua Wallpapers ora e huri i roto i te wa tūturu i te mea kei runga i te mata. He kohinga o ngā matā Google Earth paraharaha puta noa te tirohanga o ngā āpure i roto i Kent ranei te Pahiona i roto i Roma, i whakaatu Wallpapers raraunga ora pūhiko taumata tiaki, te ngā āhuatanga huarere, ranei te wa. He te hoki te kōwhiringa ki te huringa i roto i te kohinga o ngā whakaahua tonu i runga i te rā mō te ngā kaupapa rerekē pērā i cityscapes, matā irirangi, whenua, me te tahi atu kaupapa.

Android 7.1 hoki inaianei he aratau po hanga-i roto i, which aims to reduce blue tones from the display to limit the amount of blue light shone into the eyes during the hours of darkness. Doing so is meant to help smartphone users sleep by stopping the blue wavelengths of light stimulating cells in our eyes and waking us up. Third-party apps have been doing similar for a while and Apple added a night mode to iOS 9.3, so it’s not a new feature, but it is good to see built into Android.

Google Assistant

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Google Assistant hides under the home button, ready to answer questions and perform basic functions such as setting timers. Whakaahua: Samuel Gibbs mo te Guardian

The most hyped feature of Google’s new version of Android Google Assistant, formerly known as Google Now. Ko te rerekētanga nui ko inaianei ka hoki kōrero reira ki a koutou, me te he nui atu arotahi i runga i ngā taunekeneke reo kōrero. ui koe he pātai, E pahono te reira engari e pupuri ana whakarongo hoki te whakahau whai-ake atu pātai e pā ana ki te kaupapa ranei.

Hohea e rānei te press roa i runga i te pātene kāinga mā te mea ranei "OK, Google ", Kaiāwhina taea te mahi i ngā mahi tere pērā i te whakatakoto timers, te tuku karere, me te tākaro waiata, ahi ake rapu, me te tahi atu mahi mariko-kaiāwhina paerewa, engari ko reira ano hoki te kaiāwhina tino whaiaro Google ki te rā. Ka kaha ako reira i koutou manakohanga, rānei e koutou rapunga e koutou kupu mārama ranei.

Hoki ngā kaiwhakamahi tetahi atu atamai Android ranei, Ko tino Kaiāwhina paku pai te Google Na ki te ingoa nui mārama, but it’s also one of the most capable voice assistants available and makes Apple’s Siri look a bit behind the times. Google’s voice recognition is top notch, and it has access to so much more data it’s more surprising when it can’t answer a fact-based question than when it can.

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pika, phone by Google. Whakaahua: Samuel Gibbs mo te Guardian

It will apparently eventually be able to interact with third-party apps and services allowing users to simply say “OK, Google, order me an Uber” or similar, but they’re not available yet. You can also only directly interact with Assistant via voice from the launcher, but you can type text into the Google search bar or in Allo. It seemed an odd omission, as there were times when I wanted to silently ask it a question using the keyboard.

To get the most out of it you must give your digital life over to Google and that certainly has some privacy implications – it knows where you are, what you’re searching for, can read what’s on the screen and collates all that data – but that isn’t a new phenomenon and is simply a progression of what Google’s been doing for the last couple of years on Android. Whether that matters to you depends on whether you trust Google. You do not have to use Assistant, it can be turned off.

The real promise of Google Assistant, Heoi, is that no matter where you interact with it, it’s the same assistant. For UK users the Pixel phone and Google’s Allo app are the only two places Assistant is available for active interaction, engari ka taea ki te hoko Home Google hoki US kaiwhakamahi, he whakataetae Amazon Echo. Ka haere mai ano Home ki te UK tau i muri mai.

e kore te mea Kaiāwhina Google he taahiraa nui mua i roto i te pakanga AI, engari te mea he tīmatanga totoka mo Google i roto i te wāhanga i muri o kaiāwhina kōrero. Ki te e tatari koe i te reira ki te mohio me te kia taea ki te mahi i nga mea katoa e pā ana ki te waea, tou ora, me te tahi atu mau mea i te kaiāwhina whaiaro kaha kikokiko-a-toto, ka waiho koe whakama.

matawai tapumati

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Te matawai tapumati i runga i te hoki huaruatia rite te papa ki te swipe iho te atarangi whakamōhiotanga. Whakaahua: Samuel Gibbs mo te Guardian

waea nohonga Google o tērā tau i matawai tapumati ngingila i runga i te hoki. tonu te Pika ki te whakamahi i te tātai toa taua: te reira nohopuku, accurate and can now be used to bring down the notification shade with a swipe on the pad – something other manufacturers including Huawei have been doing for a while. The Pixel Imprint scanner is arguably the best in the business, but if you use your phone on a desk, you can’t activate it without picking it up.

Kāmera

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The camera app has a few more bells and whistles, but doesn’t have the extensive manual controls third-party camera apps have from Samsung, Huawei, LG and others. Whakaahua: Samuel Gibbs mo te Guardian

The Pixel’s 12.3-megapixel camera is cracking. Camera rating firm DxoMark ranked it slightly above all other smartphone cameras and it’s clear why, as it’s very difficult to take a rubbish photo with it.

In good light you get crisp, well judged photos with an excellent amount of fine detail. Google’s HDR+ feature is particularly good, producing some of the best high dynamic range photos I’ve seen and without the image blur that can creep in with other systems.

Low and poor light performance is also excellent, despite the camera not having optical image stabilisation, while the Google Camera app now has some much needed extra features, including the ability to switch the automatic white balance with the tap of a button and a golden ratio grid, which helps you frame your photos. The camera struggled to correctly identify office fluorescent lighting, Heoi, leaving images with a yellow tint. Selecting the fluorescent lighting option corrected it.

Full manual control isn’t included – you’ll need a third-party app for that – but it has most of what many will need on a day to day basis. Shooting burst photos by holding down the shutter button even creates a gif out of the resulting stills.

The 8-megapixel selfie camera is also very good, producing images with good depth and colour. Most selfie cameras are either soft and lack detail or hard and capture every wrinkle and pore on the face, but the Pixel’s treads that fine line with soft, flattering focus without losing too much detail.

ngā kitenga

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The back has a glass panel covering the top third of the device. Whakaahua: Samuel Gibbs mo te Guardian
  • The glass panel on the back aids grip by the index finger
  • It only has one down-firing speaker on the bottom, which is easily blocked by hands when gaming
  • Google Photos on the Pixel comes with free, unlimited full resolution photo and video backup, not just up to 16MP and 1080p video
  • The notification LED is not enabled by default, but is available in notification settings
  • Gif search is built into Google’s Keyboard for apps that support it such as SMS Messenger app
  • The calendar app now shows the correct date on the home screen
  • The charging meter is inaccurate: i 96% it says four minutes until done but took 17 minutes to reach 100%
  • Wallpapers are normally things I set and forget, but I really liked the new live Google Earth images

Price

The Pixel costs £599 with 32GB of storage or £699 with 128GB of storage in black or silver. It is also available in blue in the US.

No te whakarite, Apple o iPhone 7 costs £599 ki 32GB o rokiroki, utu o Samsung Galaxy S7 a tawhio noa £ 500, te utu Huawei P9 £ 449 me te OnePlus 3 utu £ 329.

Whakawa

Ko te Pika ko te pūrere ngā. He waea hangaia e Google, te kaihanga o te Android. Ko te taha ki te pūmanawa, ko te runga kakari: te smoothest, putanga hōu a pai papaitia o Android wātea ana i te kau, me te tino pea ki te heke mai, aha ki whakahōunga tere haere mai tonu i Google.

Ko te waea ano he anake ki runga ki te par ki te pai o te okiokinga, a kore roopu pupuri i mua. e kore te mea rite auaha ngā ranei te hoahoa rite i whakaputaina e Samsung. Ehara i te parewai, rānei, a e kore e whai i te reira rokiroki e pūkaha ana. He nui te kāmera, pera Ko te mata, me te he pai te kounga hanga, mea katoa e hiahia titau koe i te £ 600 atamai i roto i 2016.

Ki te ko te whāinga o Google ki te whiua Apple, Kua mahia e te reira na i runga i te ora pūhiko anake. Ki te ko te reira ki te wero i te kingi o Android nāianei, raina Galaxy S7 o Samsung, Na ko te iti mārama te hua.

AtAKi: kāmera nui, mata pai, ora pūhiko te ra o, Android 7.1 Nougat, Google Assistant, matawai tapumati nui

Raruraru: e kore e parewai, kahore mahara e pūkaha ana, kahore kaikōrero mua-anga, kahore he utu ahokore, utu

A review of the larger Google Pixel XL with a 5.5in screen, the smartphone competing with the iPhone 7 Ētahi atu a Samsung nga tupuni S7 Edge, will be available next week

Ētahi atu arotake

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