Basically a OnePlus 7T with better camera, far worse battery and design from 2016.
I dont understand why Google keeps pushing these premium devices when the entire pixel lineup has been a sales failure (maybe with the exception of 3A).
That was my first thought, especially given how "clean" OnePlus tries to keep OxygenOS. The 7T also has better base memory and storage, slightly faster CPU/GPU, an additional camera, and can be found for a lot cheaper. None of which really matter to their target audience I guess.
So I guess they are sticking to their strategy of a software company trying to play at being a niche hardware company.
I also don't see any mention of a fingerprint sensor for the Pixel, so I am guessing they are all in on 3D face unlock?
Yeah face unlock only. Will see how it works but I'm not a fan of FaceID on my work iPhone XR