Galaxy S9 vs. Pixel 2: Which Android phone should you buy?
This is about a published comparison of two phones -
"Galaxy S9 vs. Pixel 2: Which Android phone should you buy?
the Pixel 2 doesn't look sleek.
Its (Pixel 2) thick bezels and the matte finish on the (aluminum) back feel dated and cheap, especially in contrast to the Galaxy S9's edge-to-edge curved screen and glossy (albeit fingerprint-collecting) glass casing."
The matte finish aluminum (Pixel 2) is easy to hold, does not show fingerprints, and does not crack when dropped (although the paint is readily scratched down to the aluminum). The glass back (S9) is slick and easy to drop, shows a mess of greasy fingerprints after a little usage, and cracks easily when dropped (despite its being made of Gorilla Glass). And the reviewer prefers the glass.
And of course Google wanted to add some class to the Pixel so they added an easily cracked glass area to the back, encompassing the top two corners to break the fall when dropped.
What's wrong with plastic?
Why does the reviewer prefer sleek to sturdy? Is there some need for good aerodynamics in a phone?
Q*** electric toothbrushes has one ad on the radio. Not too offensive the first five times that you hear it. It repeats about four times per hour, whenever I am listening. If they can't afford to make another ad, how about just running it through a frequency shifter to make different versions. How about just having different people read the script? Of course the script is meant to be read by the inventor, but that doesn't stop KFC from having multiple people play Colonel Sanders in their ads.
I finally resorted to turning off the radio when the ad starts.
More Mind Numbing Radio Ads - Distilled
For all of the following ads - "Alexa pause" (I listen to the radio on an Alexa device because I don't get good radio reception at home).
"I'm an idiot and I can adopt kids" (to paraphrase).
Why doesn't my baby smile? (Autism if you haven't heard.)
"I haven't been sick since I've been on Texas Superfoods." Well how long is that - one week?
"My dog looked and smelled like he had been dead for six months, but these vitamins fixed him right up" (to paraphrase).
Stifel stock market reports - death by numbing the brain.
I purchased Google wireless earbuds at Verizon a while ago. They were useless. Verizon traded them for Apple Airpods (no additional cost). One of the earpieces wouldn't charge. I couldn't tell if it was the case or earpiece. Verizon replaced everything. The new hardware works great. Thank you Verizon.