The Nexus 6P hasn’t had the best track record for reliability. Many people are facing issues like bootlooping, battery drain, and more. It’s terrible when your phone, a device that’s at the center of many people’s lives, suddenly stops working at the worst time. Thankfully, Google is trying to make it [...]
Owning a Google Pixel means getting the fastest Android updates possible. It also means having a more open, moddable device as well as a fantastic camera with HDR+ software. It’s a solid device, as is its bigger brother, the Pixel XL. The Pixel phones retail for $649 [...]
A year on, Google's Pixels remain important — this is what you need to know. Google's Pixel and Pixel XL are fantastic. These phones are the first made entirely under Google's control, following in the footsteps of the two Chromebook...Show More Summary
Newegg Flash is offering major discounts on 128GB Google Pixel devices, with the standard Pixel available for just $609.99 while the XL version is available for $649.99. This saves you $139 off the regular price of the standard Pixel and $219 off the XL edition. Show More Summary
Android Oreo has at last been fully baked, and given a name, and is rolling out to those of you with a Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, or Pixel C; Google says a bunch of other handsets will get Oreo by the end of the year too. So what can you look forward to? Here are the new tricks you'll be able to play around with when your update arrives. More »
Pixel fans who are closely following Pixel 2 rumors probably already know that HTC is only rumored to only be making one new Pixel 2 phone this year, while LG has been tasked with the bigger Pixel 2 XL. Before now, however, we couldShow More Summary
Google Inc. has announced that it will finally reveal its new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones on October 4, and much like the recently revealed iPhone 8 and iPhone X, we already have some pretty good ideas of the new features coming to Google’s flagship phone. Show More Summary
The Google Pixel 2 landed at the FCC back in August of this year and confirmed a variety of different features about itself. For those hoping the same thing would happen with the Pixel XL 2, that doesn’t appear to be the case. The Google Pixel XL 2 has officially [...]
Well, Android fans, you can finally consider this mystery solved. An invitation from Google just hit our inbox for an October 4th press conference that will take place in San Francisco. While the invite obviously doesn't state that the...Show More Summary
Just last night, a billboard told us that Google will unveil the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 on October 4, one year after unveiling the original devices. A [...]
The larger Pixel will be manufactured by LG. The Pixel 2 made its way to the FCC last month, revealing HTC as the manufacturer. The Pixel XL 2 has now passed FCC certification, with LG listed as the manufacturer. The FCC listing confirms the long-running rumor that LG would be manufacturing the larger Pixel. Show More Summary
Google today kicked off a teaser campaign for a phone-based announcement that will take place on October 4. The company launched a web site with the address of madeby.google.com, and it specifically asks people what they want from their phones. Show More Summary
Google's new Pixel XL 2 has made its way through the FCC.
It’s not long until Google unleashes a whole new barrage of Pixel phones at the world. Whilst details surrounding the HTC-made Pixel 2 have slowly dripped out, not much is known about its larger sibling, the Pixel 2 XL. But thanks to...Show More Summary
The Pixel 2 XL has just been spotted in the FCC database, in a sign that the official launch of the device is rapidly approaching.
Google is apparently replacing defective Nexus 6P units with the Pixel XL for users in Canada, UK, and US, but there are certain conditions you must meet.
Back in August, the HTC-made Pixel 2 stopped by the FCC and revealed a whole bunch of info about the yet-to-be-announced phone, like storage amounts, Android version, model number, processor, and the phone’s “Active Edge” that should allow you to squeeze the phone to open things like Google Assistant. Show More Summary