I can’t imagine a better way to spend an evening than in front of a screen.
With a screen on the other hand, it’s not quite as fun.
Here are my picks for the best phones in the galaxy.
Read moreGoogle announced its Android devices lineup on Tuesday, and while its competitors are clearly making waves in the space, its flagship Pixel phone, with its gorgeous curved screen, is arguably one of the best Android phones on the market.
While the Pixel has received a lot of praise from users, it isn’t without its faults.
It doesn’t have an ultra-thin and stylish design, which means it’s easy to lose grip on when you’re trying to push it around.
It’s also expensive, costing about $1,000, so you might want to invest in an iPhone, or an LG G5 instead.
In the meantime, you can grab the Pixel 2, which comes with a 5.8-inch, 1080p screen and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, as well as an 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.
While both of those phones have a pretty impressive camera setup, you won’t get the kind of performance that Pixel users will love.
The Pixel 2 doesn’t come with the latest Android version, so it won’t be up to the same standards as Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, which are the best smartphones in the market right now.
The Pixel 2’s biggest advantage, though, is its battery life.
In my tests, I found that it lasted three days and 16 hours of continuous use with a full charge, or just under eight hours of video playback, and 12 hours of music playback.
That’s enough time for you to play a lot more than most people will.
If you want to go a bit more battery-intensive, the Pixel XL comes with an 8,400mAh battery, which should be enough to last a full day.
That might be enough for a couple of hours of gaming, but if you’re working from home, you might not want to do that.
Even if you do use a lot, though.
The bigger Pixel 2 will still last you longer than its smaller sibling.
Read on to find out which phone is best for you.