Now, photos and videos taken with a Pixel 2 by a Google employee have been discovered on Google Photos and the samples look quite good. I'm the "everyone is entitled to their own opinion" guy and before seeing some results or actually having a hands-on with the phone, believing is really hard.
CNET read the fine print of the Pixel 2's terms and conditions and found that Google qualifies its promise with: "Free, unlimited original-quality storage for photos and videos taken with Pixel through the end of 2020, and free, unlimited high-quality storage for photos taken with Pixel afterwards". All they have to do is add a line of either T-Mobile ONE or Simple Choice Unlimited.
T-Mobile has something up its sleeve: A Pixel 2 deal that's seemingly made to undercut Verizon's offering and steal some of its subscribers. The credit will be applied to the user's account over a 24-month period. However, both the models will also be sold through the Google Store and Project Fi.
Verizon may be the exclusive carrier of Google's new Pixel 2 smartphone in the United States but Big Red isn't your only option.
In this action-packed scenario, it will be interesting to see who among the two - Verizon or T-Mobile US - wins the battle with the maximum number of subscribers and more revenues. In short, the Google Pixel 2 camera is highly rated and there is close to no chance that any other smartphone will beat this score anytime soon. We find this intriguing because it's not even two weeks since Google has officially announced the next-gen Pixel smartphones. Wireless carriers like U.S. Cellular Corporation (USM) and T-Mobile US have previously offered iPhone 7 to attract new subscribers.
The price performance of both the US wireless operators looks impressive. From 2000 - Q1 2017, the composite yearly average gain for these strategies has beaten the market more than 11X over.