Today was a big day for Google. The tech giant commonly known for their software, just introduced a whole lot of hardware, most of which is “Made by Google.” Shortly after Google’s big unveiling in San Francisco, several of its products went up for pre-order. The list includes the hyped-up Pixel smartphone that everyone is talking about. Here are the details.
LG recently announced their V20 smartphone. Instead of revising the LG G5 from earlier in the year, the company set out to achieve something totally different. The V20 is the successor to the V10 and aims at productive users by packing powerful internals, a gorgeous display and new useful tools. Here’s where and when you’ll be able to get one.
Samsung recently unveiled its Galaxy Note 7, exhibiting various advanced features and upgrades from its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 5. Samsung and cellular providers will begin offering the Galaxy Note 7 in stores August 19th. This is also when pre-orders will ship out. If ordered early, you might get some freebies Samsung is willing to throw in with the device. Here are the details.
According to a user on Reddit and famous tipster Evan Blass, Android 7.0 Nougat will begin rolling out publicly later in the month of August. Included in it will be the security patches for the month of August. Sadly, the original LG Nexus 5 won’t get it.
According to a recent report, pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 7 have already gone live in some parts of the world. This is interesting because the handset is yet to even be announced. Samsung recently sent out press invitations to an event happening on August 2nd.
Motorola, owned by Lenovo, along with Verizon have sent out invites to a press event going down on July 14th in NYC. We’re expecting the companies to unfold details on their partnership as well as release and pricing information for the Moto X Droid Edition, aka Moto Z.
It feels as if we just got the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, and now we’re approaching an earlier than expected launch of the Galaxy Note 7. According to a new report, Samsung will begin mass producing Galaxy Note 7 units next month.