Google announced two flagship smartphones on October 4 in San Francisco, CA during the company’s second-ever privately held Made By Google 2017 event. Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are the successors to last year’s first-generation Pixel and Pixel XL. Google introduced a number of new hardware components and software features with the two phones that make these devices ultimately worth considering. Here’s what we have, and whether or not you should upgrade.
T-Mobile is offering customers bringing the new Google Pixel 2 or Google Pixel 2 XL to their network a cash back offer of up to 50% the value of the device.
At the private Made by Google 2017 event in San Francisco, CA, Google announced new hardware. Products shown off included Pixel 2 smartphones, new Google Home speakers, a Chromebook Pixel successor in Pixelbook, a new Daydream View, Pixel Buds, and Google Clips. Of them, Pixel Buds and Google Clips were among the unexpected, and are the first of their respective kinds. Pixel Buds is a set of wireless earphones complete with integrated Google Assistant, and Google Clips is a camera that operates automatically. Here’s the rundown of these two [Read More]
After much debate whether or not there would ever be one after a two-year gap, Google announced a new Chromebook Pixel laptop named ‘Pixelbook’ at the private Made By Google 2017 event today in San Francisco, CA. In many respects, the Google Pixelbook has a similar feel about it compared with the original Chromebook Pixel. Here’s what you’ll need to know to consider buying this model.
Google’s latest and greatest handsets, the Pixel successors, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, have now been announced. Google made the announcement during its second-ever privately held Made By Google event in San Francisco today, alongside the reveal of quite a few extra accessories. Tech enthusiasts know that smartphones are really the sum total of their parts, and we talk about these parts in terms of tech specs. Here’s how the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL stack up in [Read More]
The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are real. We’ve seen them in the flesh, first the Pixel 2 front panel, then its back cover. Renders from days ago showed the glaring absence of the cherished 3.5mm headphone jack (a rumor that has persisted since March), which is becoming one of the most significant changes to this year’s Pixel lineup. And recently, Pixel 2 XL had been granted FCC certification, which is one of the final steps between product [Read More]
A few weeks ago, a mysterious HTC manufactured device passed through the American FCC. Sources eventually matched its model number to last year’s Google Pixel phone. This was believed to be the smaller of two expected Pixels for this year, the one code-named ‘Walleye.’ Late yesterday evening, an LG-made device made an appearance at the FCC, a phone that sources strongly believe is the larger Google Pixel 2 XL code-named ‘Taimen.’
We’ve seen the leaked specs for the rumored Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL, and the smaller-screened phone code-named ‘Walleye‘ made by HTC looks to contain much of the same as last year’s model.