The first smartphone to come out of Google, the Pixel 2 XL, has a camera, an IR blaster, and a fingerprint scanner.
Now, manufacturers are adding medical device-friendly design elements to their smartphones.
The Pixel 2, with a 5.5-inch display, and Pixel 2 Mini, with 5.7-inch displays, have some nice design touches, but we haven’t seen a lot of them on a smartphone since the Nexus 6P, and they’re missing some features we’d like.
The Pixel’s front camera is a 3-megapixel sensor, while the Pixel’s rear camera is 8-megapixels, and the Pixel XL has an 11-megawatt infrared blaster.
Google’s new Pixel 2 and Pixel XL smartphones have built-in medical sensors, which make them more affordable.
A few of the sensors Google introduced include the camera module, the heart rate sensor, and several other sensors.
When we looked at the camera, it was easy to miss a few features.
Google’s new sensor is far less detailed than what we see in the Pixel devices, so it’s hard to make a good assessment of how much detail it adds to the picture.
But when we did get a chance to take a closer look, the new camera module adds a lot to the image quality.
The heart rate module in the Google Pixel 2 is a lot more detailed than it is in the other Pixel devices.
Google has been working on this sensor since it launched the Pixel phones last year, and it’s a big improvement over the sensors that were already on the devices.
For example, Google says the heart-rate module “provides better accuracy than other heart rate sensors” because it can “detect a person’s heartbeat as soon as it hits the sensor.”
The heart-count sensor is a little less detailed, but it can be useful in certain situations, like when a person is unconscious or a victim of a car crash.
If you’re looking for more information on how Google’s sensors work, you can read a detailed blog post on the Google’s Google Pixel and Pixel II.
The fingerprint scanner on the Pixel and the iPhone 6 Plus is a big difference between the two phones.
The Pixel 2’s fingerprint sensor is much better at recognizing fingerprints than the Pixel, and you can easily use your phone to scan for your fingerprint if it’s in the phone’s pocket or on your wrist.
I liked the way the fingerprint scanner felt in the Nexus 7, but I was worried that the Pixel didn’t have a fingerprint sensor.
That’s because the Pixel 3 doesn’t have an infrared blaster, which means the fingerprint sensor doesn’t work as well.
And, like with the fingerprint sensors, it’s really hard to tell if you’ve just accidentally touched something with the sensor, or if the sensor is still working.
I tried it on my iPhone 6S Plus, and I had to hold the phone on my finger to see if it worked.
The fingerprint scanner is a really nice addition to the Google device, but there are a few other parts to it that I wish Google would add.
Google is using the Nexus brand name, but its phones are called Nexus phones.
It’s a nice way to differentiate Google’s devices from Samsung and other manufacturers, but Google’s phones aren’t necessarily the best phones to use for health or fitness purposes.
Samsung’s phones are the best Android phones, but they’re not necessarily the most health-conscious.
Google wants its phones to be more than just fitness trackers, and that includes sensors that detect blood pressure and heart rate.
With the Pixel two, Google has a chance at making those health and fitness tracking features work on a phone that’s both health and a smartphone.
Read more: Google’s Nexus phones don’t have sensors that work well as a health and safety tool.
One other thing to note about the Pixel2 and PixelXL is the fingerprint reader.
Apple and Google have been making a push to make smartphones that have sensors to track heart rate and blood pressure, but most smartphone makers aren’t doing that.
Google’s phone is different.
Unlike other manufacturers that have used a fingerprint reader on their phones, Google is using its own scanner, which works very well.
And unlike other manufacturers using a sensor scanner on their devices, the Google scanner works very quickly.