In addition to announcing two new Pixel phones at its recent Pixel Fall Launch event, Google just made it easier (and more pleasant!) to call businesses and field incoming calls. Now there are tools for finding the best time to call a business, wading through automated menus, and more.
Do you ever feel like something’s holding you back? Phone manufacturers have been stuck using Qualcomm Snapdragon chips for years, and while these processors may be powerful, they aren’t one-size-fits-all. That’s why the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro run on Google’s first in-house processor, the Tensor chip. But why is Tensor so much better for Google?
Alongside the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, Google just announced its new Pixel Pass subscription that combines a phone and all of its most popular services into one low monthly fee. It starts at $45 per month, and you’ll get a Pixel 6 and everything else you need all-in-one. Google’s new Pixel Pass subscription might be too good to pass up, and here’s everything you’ll get.
Alongside the all-new Pixel 6, today, Google officially released Android 12 for the Pixel 3 and above. Following the first public beta back in May and months of developer previews, the software is rolling out now for existing capable devices.
In the world of smartphones, a $600 device isn’t all that expensive. It probably won’t offer flagship performance, its cameras may be a bit outdated, and it could lack a proper IPX water-resistance rating. But not the new Pixel 6. It costs just $600, and man, it offers everything you’d expect from a $1,000 handset.
We’ve already seen plenty of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Google first revealed its new phones over three months ago, then ramped up its teaser videos over the last few weeks. However, they’re finally official today as Google took the stage to formally unveil the all-new, powerful, and colorful Pixel 6 lineup.
After a month spent reviewing Samsung’s latest phones, we found that the compact and stylish Galaxy Z Flip 3 is by far the best foldable yet. And guess what? It just reached its lowest-ever price at Amazon. Now’s your chance to grab the Flip 3 for just $850—way less than the $1,000 retail price.
With Google’s highly anticipated Pixel 6 launch event set for tomorrow, we’re starting to get all sorts of last-minute details, including the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro price. A new leak suggests Google will offer these phones at insanely low prices and undercut both Samsung and Apple.
You know what’s ironic? Despite Apple’s poor track record for device repairability, the company goes out of its way to make its products’ beautiful on the inside. And thanks to iFixit’s new set of teardown and X-ray wallpapers, you can enjoy Apple’s great irony every time you use your iPhone 13 and iPad Mini 6.
Google is getting ready to release Android 12 to the masses, and buried in the release alongside an upcoming Google Play Services update, the folks at XDA Developers found digital car key support for Android. Back in May, Google announced that it would join Apple in letting folks unlock cars with an Android phone, and now it looks like the release is right around the corner.