Google’s original Pixel might not have sold like hot cakes but the company has not been deterred by its failure and is already working on its successor, the Pixel 2. Now, thanks to a listing on GFXBench, the alleged specs of the Pixel 2 have been revealed.
When Google first launched its Pixel handsets last year, they were marred with various issues. While Google has managed to fix most of them with software updates, a common complaint that still persists among Pixel owners is in regards to its Bluetooth connectivity. For some reason, the handset suffers from serious Bluetooth connectivity issues that continue to linger around six months after its launch and multiple software updates from Google.
LG has quickly denied a report originating from South Korea which claimed that the company will be manufacturing the Pixel 3 set to release in the second half of 2018.
In recent years, Samsung has made great improvements in terms of camera performance with its flagship Galaxy S smartphones. Last year, the Galaxy S7 had the most impressive cameras found in a smartphone until the Google Pixel arrived. Google, which was known for putting potato cameras on its smartphones all these years, managed to completely change the game with the Pixel’s camera performance last year.
Google is reportedly offering to invest up to $880 million (1 trillion won) to help LG Display in boosting its production of OLED panels for smartphones. The company is making the offer in a bid to secure supplies of flexible OLED panels for future Pixel smartphones.
The Google Pixel and Pixel XL might not back an impressive spec sheet as the Galaxy S8 and S8+, but since they run a near-stock build of Android, they can easily hold their own against Samsung’s latest flagship. While the difference performance of the two handsets will only be visible in real life use, how exactly do they compare to each other on paper? Let’s find out in our specs comparison.
Earlier this week, a report revealed the codename of Google’s Pixel 2 handsets: ”Muskie” and ”Walleye.” Now, Droid-Life reports that Google is possibly working on a third device codenamed “taimen.”
Later this year, Google will launch the Pixel 2 smartphone, which means it’s right about time that the rumor mill starts getting to work on unofficial information.
Last week, Google started a wider roll out of Google Assistant for all Android devices running Marshmallow and Nougat. Up until this point, Google’s latest AI-powered virtual assistant was available exclusively on the Google Pixel and Pixel XL.
The Google Pixel has had a less than perfect launch, with the handset being plagued with various hardware issues since its retail availability. Almost six months after its launch, a new issue seems to have cropped up on the device: defective microphones.