With the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google has once again set a new bar for other smartphone cameras to follow. Even better, the company has improved the stock camera app with a new UI and added new features to it, including the ability to natively shoot and save RAW photos.
Earlier this month, OnePlus finally confirmed when we would be able to see the new OnePlus 6T in an official capacity, circling Tuesday, October 30 on the calendar.
Google is facing some major changes in Europe following new European Union regulations that were just confirmed, and a new report has outlined how Google plans to address the changes.
Essential, which launched its first smartphone, the Essential Phone, and heralded smartphones with notches and drastically minimized bezels, has been in a bit of rough waters as of late.
The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are all set to go on sale in the United States from October 18th before making their way to parts of Europe, India, Singapore, Japan, and other markets from November 1.
In July, the European Commission fined Google a whopping $5 billion for antitrust violations and for forcing Android OEMs to bundle its own suite of Google apps with Android. In response, Google has now decided to charge OEMs a licensing fee for its suite fo Android apps and services. The company has also appealed against the European Commission’s ruling stating it cannot split Android, Chrome, and its Search app.
It feels like ancient times when a device with a six-inch display was considered a tablet, but here we are in 2018 and Huawei is ready to continue to buck trends.
Huawei had said it would be unveiling its next flagship smartphones on October 16, and, sure enough, at a huge event in London the company did just that.
With the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL all set to go on sale in the United States from later in the week, the folks over at iFixit have gone ahead and posted a detailed teardown of the device. The teardown reveals plenty of interesting details about the Pixel 3 XL including the switch to a Samsung AMOLED panel.
Google announced the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL earlier this month, and now the reviews for the company’s newest flagship smartphones are in.