We’ve seen some epic lens mounts and adapters for smartphones before. Just recently Moment released their anamorphic lens on Kickstarter, but what we’re seeing here has to be one of the most ridiculous.
Ridiculously awesome, I mean.
Google’s upcoming self-branded smartphones, the Google Pixel 2/2 XL, will be officially announced on 4 October. Ahead of its big reveal, we now get a full view of the duo thanks to none other than Evan Blass. These are the successors of last year’s Google Pixel/Pixel XL and they are manufactured by HTC and LG. As you would expect, both would be running on the very latest Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.
Google’s very own smartphone, the Google Pixel, is getting a new successor early next month. They have just released a teaser video and a registration of interest website which points to 4th October as the launch date.
Don’t think that because Samsung‘s brand new flagship Galaxy Note8 has been released that there’ll be a dull moment in the mobile tech space. In fact, things are only beginning to heat up as we’ve still got a bunch of big announcements coming up.
And thanks to a popular leakster, we have what appears to be a launch date for one of the most highly anticipated smartphones of 2017 — the Google Pixel 2.
Alongside their brand new smartphones, Google also finally unveiled their VR headset — Daydream View — which is made out of lots of fabric instead of hard plastic, and will work best with Daydream-ready smartphones.
Oh and did we mention it comes with a super accurate remote too?
This is it! Google has pulled the covers off their brand new smartphones — the Pixel and Pixel XL — and they’re pretty much everything you’d want in a flagship Android smartphone plus a little more. Ready? Let’s dive in.
UPDATE: Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL are official! Read all about it here.
It looks like Google‘s big surprise has just been leaked by several of their retailers ahead of their major smartphone launch. These leaks provide our first (perhaps) concrete look at Google’s brand new upcoming Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. Here are the details.
Google has finally revealed the date for their next big event via a cryptic teaser video that doesn’t really reveal much (except the company’s good music taste) besides the fact that something’s happening on the 4th of October.
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Taking to Reddit to discuss the future of Google’s software, the team behind Android and Chrome OS has intentionally left some hints on what to expect on the follow-up to Marshmallow. Hold on a minute, the latest Android hasn’t even gone mainstream but they want to talk about the future?
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