LG G6 vs. Google Pixel XL: Which phone is better?

id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Now playing: Watch this: LG G6 vs. Google Pixel XL: Which one's better? 2:54 For whatever reason, maybe Samsung's new Galaxy s9 plus antutu score S8 isn't doing it for you. Luckily, there are other great large-screen Androids to consider, like LG's beautifully designed G6 and Google's impressive Pixel XL.

They're both great devices, but the G6 and Pixel XL have different strengths. To help decide which one is right for you, I evaluated how they compared in design, camera, performance, features and value. Read on to find out more...

Design: Eye candy and durability
Love it or hate it, the Pixel's glass shade on top of a metal back makes it stand out from other phones. Personally, I love it. The problem is that glass can crack, as it did with our unit. Also, despite it housing a smaller screen, the Pixel XL is physically larger than the G6, and it's been pointed out that the Pixel looks too similar to the iPhone. That said, the Really Blue color on the Pixels is particularly eye-catching, and the chamfered edges make it easier to grasp than the G6.

The G6's water resistance protects it against splashes and spills.

James Martin/CNET The G6's smooth edges mean it can easily slip from your hands. The glass is a problem here too: Our unit somehow got a hairline fracture on the front, despite us never actually dropping it (maybe it rubbed against a set of keys or something). But as LG phones go, this is the best-looking one yet. Though I'd struggle to pick it out of a lineup, it looks polished and elegant. And the G6's ace in the hole is its water resistance. This durability against accidental dunks and splashes is a big benefit.

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Enlarge ImageClick to see the Pixel's camera handling low light.

Lynn La/CNET The G6 has two 13-megapixel cameras on the back, one of which includes a wide-angle lens. That means you can get more content in each frame (great for vast, scenic shots). The 5-megapixel front-facing camera has an option for that too, so you won't have to struggle too much to fit more peeps in a group selfie. There's also a Square Camera app that edits neat square photos perfect for Instagram.

Aside from a Lens Blur mode, the Pixel doesn't have many camera tricks, packing only a simple 12.3-megapixel camera and an 8-megapixel camera. But it doesn't need to, considering it's a fantastic camera in and of itself. While both the Pixel and G6 take vibrant and galaxy m30 antutu benchmark s9 plus antutu score clear photos in bright, well-lit settings, and Samsung Galaxy a30 antutu ranking both have image stabilization features for video, the Pixel has a superior camera. It excels at low-light photography, takes sharper selfies and records steadier video (albeit with a floaty, drone-like quality).

Winner: While the G6's wide-angle feature has its uses, I'd take the Pixel's low-light prowess over that, any day.
07.08.2019 11:26:31
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