Just about everyone would love for Google to design their own chips for the Pixels. Qualcomm’s Snapdragons are great and all, but they only offer max 2-3 years of support and still fall short of the speeds of Apple’s processors. However, according to Variety, Google has just hired Manu Gulati, a key Apple chip architect, to build custom chips for the Pixels.
Just recently we found that Google had shelved “muskie”—the supposed Pixel XL successor. Muskie is likely to be replaced by “taimen,” an even larger device. Now, reports are saying LG might be the manufacturer of that larger device.
We’re already five days into June and Google’s rolling out new Android builds to its devices. If you don’t want to wait for the OTA to hit you, we’ve rounded up the links for you. Google also says that this update should address the problem for any Pixels experiencing freezing.
The Pixel is by far one of my favorite smartphones ever, but it’s far from perfect. I’ve owned quite a few Android devices, and while the Pixel delivers an experience like no other, it is a good time a wishlist was compiled for Google to consider for the second generation Pixel.
Google recently announced their flagship smartphones for 2016, the Pixel and Pixel XL, and they come with the exclusive Google Assistant. But how does it stack up against Apple’s own AI, Siri? Let’s take a look.
Over the course of this month, two of the most anticipated Android phones of the year have been released. Let’s compare them side by side.
Pixel is the first true “phone by Google,” but how does it stack up against the competition? Let’s go through a quick spec-by-spec comparison of the Pixel and the iPhone 7.
Google’s huge event today was jammed-packed with a ton of brand-new products. But don’t worry, here’re the top 5 most important announcements.
Carphone Warehouse has already made their store listings for the Pixel and Pixel XL live. These aren’t really “leaks” anymore—they are actual marketing materials for the new devices.