Now rolling out to all Pixel phones, including the 3a.
The phones are no longer available from the company’s online store.
Install the latest version of Android on your Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL.
As we get closer and closer to the Pixel 3 and 3 XL’s debut next week, Google’s current flagships, the Pixel 2 and 2 XL, are beginning to phase out of the smartphone market. Evidence that supports this idea can be found over on Verizon’s website where the Pixel 2 is no longer for sale. […]
Back when the Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL debuted, it was announced Google would begin selling its own headphone dongle since the phones don’t come with headphone jacks. While the accessory was initially introduced for $20, outrage caused the dongle to be lowered in price to $9 to better fall in line with other […]
Google is currently hosting a few deals over at Project Fi, and they’re pretty great. For those of you who have wanted to sign up for the service or need another line, upon instant activation, you can get a $300 discount on LG’s latest flagship phones, the G7 and V35. This makes the devices, respectively, […]
Google has announced its open sourcing a software tool that helps achieve portrait mode similar to what comes loaded on the Pixel 2. While this isn’t the same exact software as what’s on the Pixel, it should still aid anyone looking to achieve a Pixel 2-like portrait mode shot from a single camera sensor. According […]
Google’s Pixel Visual Core is a mysterious piece of hardware. When it was first activated in the Pixel 2 and 2 XL, it was revealed it would make HDR+ processing and the overall camera experience on the smartphone faster since there would be a dedicated place for processing to take place. I didn’t entirely notice […]
Google enabled the Pixel Visual Core, a mysterious SoC inside the Pixel 2 and 2 XL, with Android 8.1 Oreo to make HDR+ image processing less battery heavy and more efficient on the CPU. It also supposedly improves the quality of your photos, although in real-world testing, there isn’t much of a difference. That being […]
Google originally launched the Pixel 2 in Kinda Blue exclusively on Verizon. That meant you had to opt for the Verizon variant of the device to get the color. While that’s not exactly a big deal for some, others felt locked out since they wanted the flexibility to use any carrier they choose. Luckily, today […]
Google’s new Pixel 2 and 2 XL have many exclusive features you won’t find on other Android devices. A big area that represents this case is the camera which packs its own collection of tools to make your photos better than arguably any other Android device on the market. However, because developers get jealous, they’ve […]
When Google announced the Pixel 2 and 2 XL back in October, they also announced AR Stickers. Basically, AR Stickers are three-dimensional objects you can add to photos and videos before you take them much like you can with apps like Holo on iOS. There’s a variety to choose from such as different foods, text, and […]
Google’s latest smartphone is here, and it’s as good as you think it is. But does it deserve a spot in your pocket?
Google recently announced it would be adding Lens integration to the Assistant on all Pixel phones, and now that rollout is expanding with several others noticing the feature hitting their devices. We saw the function pop up on our Pixel 2 XL review unit and decided to give it a swing. To activate Lens, you […]
Google Lens was originally unveiled at I/O 2017 as a new way of identifying objects and places in the world with just your smartphone. It was originally shipped as a beta built into the camera app on the Pixel 2 and 2 XL, and now, Google says, it’ll begin rolling out to users of the […]