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"I was a diehard Apple fan. I have had almost every generation of iPhones exist and have been on the bandwagon for quite some time. I've had iPods, iPads, MacBook Pros, and even iMacs. As a matter of fact, I still have most of these, except the iPod and, of course, now the iPhone. I have supported and fought for my beliefs in the "Android vs. Apple" battle that seems to occur every time a new iPhone is launched.
When I received my first Pixel, I was deeply impressed. The design itself was sleek and gorgeous. They had thoughtfully put a fingerprint sensor on the back piece of the phone, which at first took some time to get used to, but then, I realized, made the most sense since my finger tends to lay right in that spot naturally while holding my phone. I immediately tested out the camera, which also was extremely impressive. All the photos I took were tack sharp, and having Google Photos' unlimited storage was definitely an instant pleaser.
If you are looking into the Google Pixel as your next potential device, I think you will enjoy all of the great features this phone offers. With just 32 GB, I still have enough space thanks to the unlimited video and photo storage. I also love Google's Assistant, which does a fantastic job at navigating, looking things up on the web, sending out and reading messages, plus much more. Integrating Google Translate into the phone is, BY FAR, my favorite feature. For someone studying another language, this instantly became the feature I never knew of and loved the most. It made translating messages seamless without barely having to leave the same window. The phone is also extremely fast, and of course, Android's customization is often taken for granted when you don't have the same options on Apple's iOS."
Check out more stunning photos from her in-depth review of the Google Pixel on her blog.