It’s a question I asked myself during the course of my trip to Google’s new home.
It’s not just a question of how different the two phones are.
If Google was to unveil the new Pixel 2s and the two Pixel 2XLs, the difference would be in the way they feel and how they look.
Google has done something I’ve seen from Apple before.
The iPhone 5S and the iPhone 6 have a solid feel, but the new models have a lot of metal.
Apple’s iPhones have been around for a while, and the difference in how the new iPhones feel and look is noticeable.
When I first opened up the Pixel phones, I noticed a lot more metal on the edges and corners than I expected.
I also noticed that the edges were a little bit slimmer than I’d expected, with a noticeable difference between their thickness and how thin they feel.
And when I moved around, I could feel that the metal on my new phone felt different, and that it had a different texture and feel than the metal I used on the old phones.
It wasn’t just a difference in the metal.
It was a difference on how they felt.
When the Pixel and Pixel XL first hit stores in early May, they were both very light, and felt light in comparison to their iPhone 5s and 6 Plus counterparts.
But by mid-June, the Pixel XL had begun to feel heavier, and was noticeably more “heavy.”
The Pixel 2 is much lighter, but I can’t say I’ve noticed a difference.
But the Pixel 1 was actually noticeably lighter than the Pixel Pixel XL, and I had a harder time putting it down to the heavier weight.
The Pixel 1 is just about as thin as the Pixel 0, but it feels much more substantial.
I had no trouble placing it on a table or even on the table top of my car, which is a pretty good idea for a smartphone.
But I did notice that the Pixel-branded Pixel Case for the Pixel phone has become more prominent, and you can now purchase a case for just about every other smartphone that Google has announced to date.
(I did find that the cases were selling for a little less on the Pixel website, but not by much.)
This is also something that Apple has done before.
While the Pixel cases for the iPhone 5, 6, and 6Plus all felt solid, they did feel a little thinner than the iPhone cases for other iPhones.
The bigger Pixel phone, like the Pixel line of phones, felt almost a little thicker than the thinner iPhone case, and Apple made that design clear with the “P” logo on the case.
Google made the same design choice with the Pixel.
It made the Pixel look a little more solid and more like the iPhone, and it made the phones feel a bit more like a phone.
I have to say that I’m actually surprised that the bigger Pixel phones are so thick, because it feels like they’re just a bit thicker than most other smartphones.
And the Pixel doesn’t feel as solid as I would have liked.
The plastic on the phone is softer, and feels a little smoother.
The case feels less heavy, and less “slim.”
The plastic feels more like plastic, which I appreciate.
It feels like a solid material, which makes the phone feel more like an actual phone.
The camera is also much more durable.
The new phones’ cameras are pretty good.
But while the new cameras are better, I was a little surprised to find that there was a noticeable amount of “drip” on the new phones, like there was on the iPhone X. The newer phones have a much lower shutter speed, so the camera is always taking a picture.
But in my experience, I didn’t notice much drip when I was taking photos of things in the outdoors.
The other big difference is that the phones are much more powerful.
The larger Pixel phones feel much more power efficient than the older phones, and they also feel a lot heavier.
And while they aren’t as powerful as the iPhone 7, I’ve had no problem using them for long stretches of time.
The Google Pixel and the new Google Pixel XL are both powerful devices, but they’re not the same kind of powerful.
There’s no big difference between them.
But there is one big difference: The new Pixel phones have an extra processor, the Snapdragon 835, which adds a bunch of new processing power to the Pixel lineup.
Google hasn’t released the full specifications of this processor yet, but we do know that it will have an octa-core processor, which should allow the Pixel devices to handle some of the more demanding tasks.
That means Google is able to do more with less power.
The extra power could be very useful, especially when it comes to apps and multitasking.
But Google has been touting the Pixel technology for some time, and there are a lot fewer details available about it than there have been about the iPhone’s technology. But