1. craigrn16's Avatar
    I have both the Pixel 2 XL and the iPhone X and I prefer the Pixel 2 XL. It has better battery life, better reception, takes better photographs, and it's Android.

    But my opinions change like the wind and I could love the iPhone X more than the Pixel 2 XL tomorrow. This is why I have both.
    That’s another thing. I get better reception on my Pixel than on my X. Faster LTE speeds too. Apple really needs to get Qualcomm chips as the main radios for these phones again because they are getting spanked by the Android phones
    06-10-2018 09:29 PM
  2. TylerLV76's Avatar
    How does the digits thing work?
    You get a sim card to mirror your number so all calls go to both phones as well as sms. If you do digits with data you also get data on both phones. Theres 2 data options, 512mbps and full speed.
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    06-10-2018 09:38 PM
  3. Garz's Avatar
    You get a sim card to mirror your number so all calls go to both phones as well as sms. If you do digits with data you also get data on both phones. Theres 2 data options, 512mbps and full speed.
    How does that work with imessages? How would it know to send texts and not imessage when your on your android?
    06-10-2018 09:51 PM
  4. TylerLV76's Avatar
    How does that work with imessages? How would it know to send texts and not imessage when your on your android?
    iMessages only come to the iPhone. You either have to turn iMessage off or not care if they come to the android phone. I personally dont care since I use the iPhone primarily and leave the Note in the car. I really only use the Note for Android Auto at this point.
    06-10-2018 09:54 PM
  5. Garz's Avatar
    iMessages only come to the iPhone. You either have to turn iMessage off or not care if they come to the android phone. I personally dont care since I use the iPhone primarily and leave the Note in the car. I really only use the Note for Android Auto at this point.
    Gotcha. Ok.
    06-10-2018 09:57 PM
  6. tr1ad's Avatar
    I'd agree with @Garz on the customisation and screen of the Android / Samsung combo...

    That being said, one month on the X, and I have the S8+ which I power on occasionally. Kept the S8+ as I saw reviews that the S9 battery wasn't as good

    The thing is, in my country (Caribbean)
    1. Apple Maps don't work
    2. Siri can't provide traffic information
    3. Siri doesn't generally understand me
    4. Google assistant on iOS is a pain to use (traffic updates etc)
    5. On the Samsung the assistant works flawlessly, traffic updates are constant and simple and it just understands me easier
    6. To me the camera on the S8+ is a lot better than the iPhone... I've been a pixel peeper and hate the camera quality of the iPhone since iOS 10/iPhone 7 series
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    06-10-2018 11:37 PM
  7. craigrn16's Avatar
    You get a sim card to mirror your number so all calls go to both phones as well as sms. If you do digits with data you also get data on both phones. Theres 2 data options, 512mbps and full speed.
    Now my next question is how much are you paying for the digital feature? Sounds expensive. I really only use my iPhone for iMessage and the Facebook app, although is a battery hog on both platforms, works a lot smoother on IOS. I use Android though as my fun phone and Google assistant works a lot better on my Pixel. Also love the camera a little better. I don't mind rocking two phones until iMessage comes to Android
    06-11-2018 09:39 AM
  8. TylerLV76's Avatar
    Now my next question is how much are you paying for the digital feature? Sounds expensive. I really only use my iPhone for iMessage and the Facebook app, although is a battery hog on both platforms, works a lot smoother on IOS. I use Android though as my fun phone and Google assistant works a lot better on my Pixel. Also love the camera a little better. I don't mind rocking two phones until iMessage comes to Android
    I pay $10/month
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    06-11-2018 09:39 AM
  9. craigrn16's Avatar
    I pay $10/month
    Thanks
    06-11-2018 09:42 AM
  10. TwitchyPuppy's Avatar
    Not anymore and happy about that!
    06-12-2018 01:17 PM
  11. Speedygi's Avatar
    No, there are members who carry multiple smartphones. Although I have both an iPhone X and an iPhone 8, I only use the iPhone C as my daily driver. My iPhone 8 is used with my drone......As for an Android device, I haven’t used one of them in about 8 years or more.
    You mean you are still using a IPhone 5c? hahaha
    Just_Me_D likes this.
    06-12-2018 09:11 PM
  12. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    You mean you are still using a IPhone 5c? hahaha
    Typos get me every time.....(laughing)
    06-13-2018 04:51 PM
  13. disappointeduser's Avatar
    I am not able to search my bookmark in Chrome browser in iPhone which is a great disadvantage.
    06-15-2018 07:54 AM
  14. jj2339's Avatar
    iMessages only come to the iPhone. You either have to turn iMessage off or not care if they come to the android phone. I personally dont care since I use the iPhone primarily and leave the Note in the car. I really only use the Note for Android Auto at this point.
    I had the note before last, the one with the battery issue, and loved it. However since I came from iOS I lost a ton of messages from iPhone friends, even though I had turned it off. Especially group messages when I was the only one on Android, I missed all of those. Has it gotten better to turn it on and off? I still want that note, think I may get a used one just as a toy. Or I may get one of their tablets, those Samsung screens are beautiful.
    Yesterday 06:38 AM
  15. TylerLV76's Avatar
    I had the note before last, the one with the battery issue, and loved it. However since I came from iOS I lost a ton of messages from iPhone friends, even though I had turned it off. Especially group messages when I was the only one on Android, I missed all of those. Has it gotten better to turn it on and off? I still want that note, think I may get a used one just as a toy. Or I may get one of their tablets, those Samsung screens are beautiful.
    Truthfully I never had any issues going from ios to android with messages. I know alot of people have but Im not sure what causes it.

    The Note 7 was probably the best designed version of the Note or any other phone in quite a while. The 8 is good but imo not nearly as comfortable as the 7.
    Yesterday 06:43 AM
  16. msm0511's Avatar
    Truthfully I never had any issues going from ios to android with messages. I know alot of people have but Im not sure what causes it.

    The Note 7 was probably the best designed version of the Note or any other phone in quite a while. The 8 is good but imo not nearly as comfortable as the 7.
    Group messaging can still be a pain when switching, but it’s much better for general sms. For some reason it works better when I disable FaceTime before iMessage. I still sometimes have issues if I disable imessage then FaceTime before switching.
    Yesterday 06:47 AM
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