File - In this Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016, file photo, Sabrina Ellis, Google director of product management, talks about the colors of the new Google Pixel phone during a product event, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
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Google's ambitious new smartphone, the Pixel, doesn't offer a lot that's new.The Pixel isn't quite an iPhone replacement, as Google wants you to believe; hardware is just part of what makes an iPhone an iPhone.The Pixel borrows a quick-launch feature from Samsung phones.Differences are small, and the Pixel does better than typical smartphones.It isn't as proactive as the Google Now assistant already built into Android phones.Google says Assistant will eventually get the Google Now functionality.The Pixel will work with Google's upcoming Daydream View virtual reality headset, much as Samsung phones have Samsung's Gear VR.Pixel owners get unlimited storage of photos at original resolution, though that's a little like offering Google search for free. Google Photos already offers unlimited storage at up to 16 megapixels; the Pixel's camera is 12 megapixels.
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