But it makes some questionable choices.
New screen, new specs, new speakers, and (most importantly) new keyboard.
“With great power, comes great responsibility.”
Early reviews point to one glaring issue with the device: app compatibility.
The answer’s a bit more complicated than you think.
What more do you need from a pair of wireless headphones?
The G8X and its dual screen are cool, just know what you’re getting in to.
Check your iPhones, people.
You could get the phone and its dual screen accessory for free, if you meet a certain criteria.
They’ll start shipping October 30th.
The feature might only ship on iPhone Pro models.
That’s it, folks!
The V50 is boring, but you do get a 3.5mm port to plug your headphones in!
No idea when it’s reaching the States. Sorry.
We don’t know exactly when or for how much, but it’s at least coming to the States.
It’s a bit strange, but at least it isn’t $1,000.
This goes for all paying Spotify customers, not just new subscribers.
An unexpected bonus.
“In the coming months.”
Now rolling out to those enrolled in the Open Beta program.
We still have another seven months before this device is official, so take these as you will.
The phone is expected to come with a 6.2-inch screen, a Snapdragon 710, and a $1,500 price tag.
It isn’t clear when the patch will be available or where it’ll roll out to.
You can get the HydrogenOS version of the beta right now, if you want.
Launching October 30th.
The new Nest Wifi is the smart speaker we’ve been waiting for.
They won’t ship until 2020, however.
After all the leaks and rumors, here are 1,500+ words about the latest Pixel phones from Google.
Almost nothing is new.
It has a traditional laptop form factor and runs Android apps.