The Google Pixel XL and Pixel 2 XL are now available in the US and UK, respectively, thanks to the Nexus 6.
This means that Google is finally releasing its flagship smartphone, and with the Pixel 2 it’s also launching the Nexus 10.
We’ll see whether it’s worth picking up either handset, and how much you’ll pay for them.
The Nexus 6 is a 5.5-inch handset that is made up of the same 5.2-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display as the Pixel, with the same Snapdragon 835 chipset and Adreno 530 GPU.
That makes the Pixel XL slightly larger, but its battery life is a big plus.
It also supports wireless charging, although Google says the Nexus 11 will support this too.
The Pixel 2 is a slightly smaller 6.3-inch smartphone with a 1080p display.
It comes with the Snapdragon 836 chipset, but doesn’t support wireless charging.
The Google Pixel 3, which will also be released later this year, has the same hardware as the Nexus 5 and 5X.
It has a 6.1-inch AMOLed screen, but it’s not a flagship smartphone and doesn’t have wireless charging support.
There’s no word yet on the Pixel 3’s price.
As always, the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel XL are only available in select countries, so don’t expect to see them in your city soon.
It’ll probably be another two or three months before they’re available in other countries, too.