It’ll also reportedly come with a Snapdragon 845, Android One, and a 5.99-inch screen.
It could compete directly with the Google Home Mini and Amazon Echo Dot.
A pretty pleasant New Year’s gift indeed.
A new “mobile product” is on its way to replace it, according to Essential.
No 5G support, however, which kind of stinks.
This $1,000 phone is an absolute beast, and it’s the beast fans of the smartphone series have been waiting for.
A few too many people got the updated UI, and no one seemed to like it.
New mid-range Google phones are apparently on their way.
Expect the update for the S9 in January followed by the Note 9 in February.
A new “5G E” icon will start appearing next year, but it’s not what you think at all.
Replacing one button with a gesture is stupid.