- 151 g 70.4 mm 144.7 mm 8.0 mm
- SnapD. 765 Octa-Core 8 GB RAM 128 GB
- v8 330.500
- 4080 mAh
- 1 12 Mpx · ƒ/1.7 IMX363 Exmor RS 2SELF 8 Mpx · ƒ/2.0
- Android 12 Snow Cone Android 12
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 0%Less than a day
- 14%One day
- 57%More than one day
- 29%Two days or more
- 57%It comes with a clean operating system
- 43%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 0%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Once a year
- 14%Every six months
- 86%Every two months or less
- A good phone in every way.
Pixel 5 is not the best of the best, but handles everything that is needed. Plus, it has a great camera. Really long battery life. Really minimizes consumption with low use, calmly only 10% from morning to evening.Pros
- Ergonomic size
- Top 90 Hz OLED display
- Clean and symmetrical frameless design
- Speaker in display <3
- Really long battery life.
- Absence of telephoto lens
- Only 128GB variant
- adrianovalle782Google Pixel 5NorthAmerica · 8GB · 128GB · CA8 hours agoAutoAn excellent phone for lovers of photography and compact mobiles
It is the best phone that I have had in my hands, since it came out on the market I fell in love with its size since I love compact mobiles. I already come from a Google Pixel 3 and a 2XL and honestly the computational photography of the Google Pixel is amazing, that's why I didn't want to change. The autonomy of the best ones since the previous ones what bothered me the most was the battery issue (this one lasts a day and it's enough) and the spectacular sound even when having an intra-display speaker. The only thing that bothers me is that they haven't put a Telephoto lens on it, because I like to zoom in on the photos, otherwise a highly recommended terminal if they get it at a good price.Pros
- Lack of a Telephoto Lens
- outdoor brilliance
- AutoExcellent phone, excellent photo quality, but two major flaws.
The Google Pixel 5 is a great phone. I've had it since June 2021 and I'm finally reviewing my experience with this one: The good: - Its design. It is small, its edges at screen level are all the same size and very thin (it's homogeneous, which is rare, generally on phones we have the bottom of the screen or the top which have a big gap or a chin). Its back, plastic certainly but of very good quality, with a touch a little grainy very pleasant. Finally, the phone is fine. - Photo quality. We don't have the best photo sensors, of course, but Google's software overlay for the photo application is excellent. Photo processing makes photos realistic, with lots of light, color fidelity. For me, this phone is still one of the phones with the best photo and video quality today. At its current price (400-500€ I think), there is no better picture that I know of. - Its operating system. Pure Android, by Google. If you like the Google ecosystem this is perfect for you. We find all the tools of Google such as its browser, its Drive, its Message and telephone application, its GMAIL, Google Pay, Photos etc... Everything is synchronized. If you like the Apple ecosystem, then you will appreciate the Google one which is very similar. The worst: - Its battery. lasts a day, no more. But hey the phone is quite small so I don't think we can do better for the battery.- The fingerprint sensor. One of the worst I've had in my hands. I quite often have wet hands and the sensor is completely unusable. Even with dry hands. I have to pick myself up often enough to get my hands totally clean and to clean the sensor often enough for it to work. It's unpleasant. - The weak processor. When we took a photo, we have the phone that freezes for 2 seconds for image processing.Pros
- The picture
- The video
- Her size
- its design
- its 90 Hz screen
- bad fingerprint sensor
- Not very powerful processor
- AutoSmall but OhO... and so LaLa...
In use since 12/20/2021 and still testing. My first pixel and I'm happy so far. The compactness and the battery are probably the biggest strengths. The camera still leaves a lot to be desired, but it should actually be enough for my use... Let's see... 02/18/2022 IT'S NERVING... One of the most important things for me that I use all the time is the Bluetooth Connection. Smartwatch, semi-in-ears (only for making calls at work), hands-free kit in the car, etc. I have NEVER had problems with the Bluetooth connection before, but this part is still driving me nuts. The connection keeps dropping, whether in the car or with the headphones (yes, exactly, there are no problems with Garmin). It's over after an estimated 5 minutes, no ifs or buts. Why? Well, no idea... Google can't help there either. I haven't installed apps like Aliexpress or anything like that, so... keep googling... And that's not all... no more NFC link in the quick launch bar? Why? Every other OS offers that, but Google itself doesn't... Great. And that continues in many areas... in short, I've hardly had a smartphone with so many small problems... and no, I don't want to deal with it, there's enough technology on the market that makes it better. .. Well, let's googling which part comes next... Well, it's actually already clear now, it's already been bought... An S21. Whether I keep it or trade it in for the S22 is up to me... not now...Pros
- OS (too many problems in too many places)
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In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.