Design of Google Pixel 4 XL Leaked

Design of Google Pixel 4 XL Leaked

Steve Hemmerstoffer, the popular tipster in the industry is back with a new render video of Google’s next flagship device, the Pixel 4 XL. It is quite likely the final design of the device will have a large forehead that accommodates multiple sensors. It corroborates with recent leaks that include large display, slim bezels and rather big forehead above. Hemmerstoffer says that the Pixel 4 XL will have 6.25-inch display, which is 0.15-inch smaller compared…

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Google Pixel 4 May Have a New Display Technology

Google Pixel 4 May Have a New Display Technology

Google Pixel 4 will have a new feature that improves display quality dramatically. Among flagship devices, displays are always important. To produce deeper black and more vibrant colors, smartphone manufacturers are opting for OLED panels. It appears that Google is taking this one step further by allowing the device to adjust white balance automatically, by taking into account the ambient lighting conditions. The new feature may use the concept of chromatic adaptation. It works similarly…

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Pixel 3a and 3a XL Are Affected by Shutdown Issues

Pixel 3a and 3a XL Are Affected by Shutdown Issues

Courtesy of stock Android OS, Google Pixel devices have the reputation of providing buttery-smooth performance. The same applies with the Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL, but it appears that they are plagued by a serious power issue. Users are meant to get Android experience in its purest form. Early adopters of both devices are reporting about random shut downs, even when the phones are left idle. Reports of this problem first appeared on Reddit….

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Should You Trade-in Your iPhone X with Pixel 3a?

Should You Trade-in Your iPhone X with Pixel 3a?

Last week, Google unveiled the Pixel 3a devices and as part of the promotional program, the company is offering trade-ins. Users could swap their current smartphones for Pixel 3a or the bigger Pixel 3a XL. As an example, Google is willing to pay users up to $610 for the iPhone XS Max. Of course, it sounds silly to replace the latest and perfectly capable iPhone model with a mid-range device like the Pixel 3a. However,…

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Six Things That Make Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL Mid-range Devices

Six Things That Make Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL Mid-range Devices

At under $500, both Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are placed inside the mid-range category. Although these devices are not as powerful as flagships in the market, they don’t lack substance. The new Pixel 3a series promises excellent photography solutions, long software updates, and smooth performance. However, buyers need to be realistic and have the right expectation. With the official announcement of the Pixel 3 and 3a, here are things you should expect…

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Google Officially Introduces Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL

Google Officially Introduces Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL

Google has introduced two new mid-range smartphones, the Pixel 3a and its bigger sibling, the Pixel 3a XL. In terms of design, both devices look rather conservative with thick bezels. These devices are designed as a more affordable alternative than flagship models released by other device manufacturers. One benefit of having a Pixel device is that you will get direct software update from Google. Both devices will receive three major Android updates, Android 10 Q,…

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Breezy Leaf: Unbeleafably Addictive

Breezy Leaf: Unbeleafably Addictive

The best simple, yet extremely engaging game I have ever played is Densha De Go! (Go By Train) 3, an extraordinary little number for an obscure platform I can’t quite remember (could’ve been the Sega Saturn). For perhaps obvious reasons, the game (and indeed series) was only released in Japan. The premise involves the player operating a number of different trains around the railways of the metropolis of Tokyo. It’s challenges were nothing more than stopping…

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