Google is heavily implying that it is building its own non-Nexus phone known on the internet as the pixel phone.
Here are the top five features we want to see in a true Google phone.
At number five, fingerprint sensor as good as Touch ID.
Android fingerprint sensors are good, but Apple's Touch ID is excellent and very reliable.
If Google is putting together a phone, matching that biometric sensor would be great.
At number 4, premium build quality.
The Nexus 6P and a number of other Android phones are built out of great materials.
The Nexus 5X, not so much.
Should Google make its own phone, especially under the Pixel brand?
This phone should be made out of metal or other high-quality materials to set it apart from a sea of phones.
And number 3, a great camera.
Samsung phones have had some truly great cameras.
Next response you can't really say that./ Google have to realize that picture quality is incredibly important and a pixel phone needs to have a camera or multiple cameras that outshine the rest.
And number two the basics.
I'm just gonna wrap in some features that should be on any major phone and this one, UL CC, wireless charging, water resistance and headphone jack.
At number one.
Stock input is really solid.
But, if Google is building a phone and has full control of everything, from end to end maybe it's time to customize whatever version of Android is on this new phone.
Sometimes when a company has full control of hardware and software.
The end product is really awesome!
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I'm Iyaz Akhtar and I'll see you online.