Google just made comparing phone specs ridiculously easy

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Now, Google has made it very easy for everyone to compare the specs of two different devices. If the user types something similar to ‘Google Pixel 2 XL vs iPhone X’, then the search giant will provide results in a tabular form which shows a comparison between specs and customer reviews for various devices.

Apparently, it seems that this feature is working fine with smartphones. But, you can get results for some searches like “OnePlus 5 vs Galaxy S8” and the users will not be able to see results if they enter “Surface Pro vs MacBook Pro” and looking for a comparison.

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Currently, the users are able to see few rows of basic specs, which can be expanded accordingly by tapping on the downward arrow for getting a huge catalog of features. As expected, the feature is rolled out to most of the users.

It is very efficient and effective, as it saves your time of visiting a particular website and then looking for specs of particular devices and it is expected that the company is going to add up more devices very soon.

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Muhammad Irfan Raza
Irfan Raza is Editor at TechWafer covering Everything about Apple including Mac, iPhones, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, and How-tos.

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