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Google has released two mostly identical phones: the 5-inch Pixel and 5.5-inch Pixel XL (pictured above).
The Pixel and Pixel XL are the first phones to have Google Assistant built in.
The Pixel XL has an AMOLED display with a pixel density of 534 pixels per inch.
The back is defined by glass on the top and aluminum on the bottom.
The Pixel XL has a 8-megapixel front-facing camera.
It has a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera, which Google touts as the best camera ever on a smartphone.
The camera received a DxOMark score of 89 -- the highest score for any smartphone.
Despite, having a similar design, the smaller Pixel, seems to be a better fit than the Pixel XL (shown above).
The phone comes in three colors: Very Silver, Quite Black and a limited-edition Really Blue.
The "g" on the back stands for Google.
The bottom is only 7.3 millimeters (0.2 inch) thick.
The right side of the phone has a volume rocker and power button.
The power button, on the side, can be pressed twice for quick access to the camera.
A view of the bottom shows a USB-C port, a speaker and a microphone.
The Pixel XL is sold unlocked and can be used on any major US carrier by swapping SIM cards.
Notice the absence of a camera bump. This is due to the Pixel XL's wedge-shaped design.
Also, on the back is a fingerprint sensor Google calls Pixel Imprint.
The Pixel and Pixel XL share the same good looks.
The only major differences between the two phones are display size, battery size and price.
Spec-wise, both phones are very similar.
The Pixel in Very Silver underneath the Pixel XL in Quite Black.
These phones will go head-to-head with offerings from Samsung, Apple and LG.
Both Pixels sport a wedge-shaped body with the thinnest point being the bottom.
Though larger, the Pixel XL gets about the same battery life as the Pixel.
For more on the Pixel XL, check out our review.