The best Android tablets for tech writers

The Google Nexus 5X, Google Pixel 2 XL, Google Nexus 6P, and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ all feature a 3,800mAh battery that’s topped off with a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display.

These phones all have fast processor cores and good graphics.

However, the Pixel 2 and 6P are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, which is the same processor found in most Samsung smartphones and tablets.

So while the Pixel and Pixel XL are all fantastic devices, it’s a bit frustrating to see all of them be made by Qualcomm.

The Nexus 5 X and Pixel 2 X, for example, both feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPUs and use the same 4GB of RAM.

They also both come with a 4,000mAh battery.

The Pixel and the Pixel XL, for instance, both come in black.

While I can see how people might want a black Pixel 2 or a black Nexus 5, they’re not exactly the cheapest of devices.

And while the Nexus 6Ps and Galaxy S 6 edge+ are both a bit more expensive, they have a better display.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Samsung Note 7, which were both announced in June, both pack 1080p displays.

And that’s not even counting the Nexus 10.

It’s the most expensive Android phone on the market, and it’s the only phone that has a 5-inch display, which makes it a perfect device for tech journalists.

Samsung and Google are both making devices that look good, that can run a wide variety of apps, and that are affordable enough to be a good investment for a journalist.

That’s why the Nexus phones are so compelling to tech journalists, but it’s also why they’re so difficult to justify.

Here’s a rundown of the best Android devices to buy, from best Android phones to budget Android phones.

1.

Pixel 2, Google’s Nexus 5-XL, $650 (5GB RAM) This is the best of the three Google Pixel phones.

It has a Snapdragon 845 processor and 3,300mAh battery, which should last you a long time.

Google has improved the Pixel’s camera with a 15-megapixel front-facing camera, a 1.5-megapixels camera, and a wide-angle lens.

The phone also has a fingerprint sensor, which will allow you to unlock the device using your fingerprint.

Google is also rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo, which includes Android Nougat, the next major version of Android.

The new Oreo update has a new camera app called Quick Capture, which allows you to take selfies, add text, and more.

The 5.5 inch display on the Pixel is great for gaming, but the display isn’t quite as good for watching videos.

But the Pixel offers excellent performance, too.

It can handle 1080p videos and play music and games at high speeds.

I prefer a Snapdragon 800 processor for gaming.

The OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5, both with Snapdragon 836 CPUs, both have 5- and 5.6-inch displays.

The Snapdragon 834 processor in the OnePlus 5 has an octa-core processor, which can do more than a Snapdragon 808 processor.

The processor in OnePlus 5 can handle up to 4K videos at 30fps, and is a good performer.

OnePlus 5 also comes with a 3GB RAM storage, but its storage is limited.

The 8-megabyte OnePlus 5X has a bigger battery, but only has 2GB RAM.

OnePlus 2 and 3 phones come with 4GB RAM, too, but they have smaller batteries.

The iPhone X and X+ have 8GB RAM as well, but their storage is also limited.

For gaming, the Nexus 5 has the fastest CPU out of the bunch, but a 6.3-inch screen and a 5MP rear camera make it an okay choice for tech reporters.

But even with that powerful processor, the camera is mediocre.

You won’t have as much to work with when you’re shooting video or taking photos.

2.

Pixel XL 2, $700 (4GB RAM), $650 Pixel XLs are among the best phones for tech writing, but you’ll have to be willing to spend a bit extra to get one of these.

The Google Pixel XL has a 2,000 mAh battery, the same battery as the Pixel, but with more processing power and a faster GPU.

The camera on the XL is better than the Pixel.

The XL has 4GB storage, which may be enough for your needs.

The screen is crisp and bright, but colors are washed out, and the color temperature isn’t as accurate.

But Google is rolling out a ton of new Android updates for the XL.

The software is very stable, and all of Google’s apps work with the XL and its 8GB storage.

You can get Android 8 on the phone, too; the company is now rolling out an 8.1.1 version of the software, which brings the XL up to Android 7.0 Noug