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TechRadar 02/15/2020 09:30
Code spotted in Chromium suggests that the desktop browser will soon be getting the very useful feature.
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GSMArena.com 02/15/2020 00:03
In the last month or so, we've seen a couple (1 • 2)of leaks that revealed what we might expect from Google's upcoming mid-range Pixel phone: the Pixel 4a. Although it seems far too early to be talking about the Google Pixel 5, welp. here we are. We are getting a first look at what one of the Google Pixel 5 phones may look like. According to YouTuber Jon Prosser on his channel Front Page Tech, we are getting a look at the first alleged render of the upcoming Google Pixel 5 XL. The report cited a CAD (Computer assisted drawing) that was imagined into a 3D render. Prior to...
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Make Tech Easier 02/14/2020 15:25
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Android Central 02/14/2020 15:19
Fifth time's the charm? If there's one way we could describe the Pixel 4, it would be "frustrating." Google made a lot of smart moves with the phone, notably its phenomenal cameras and ultra-fast face unlock, but inexcusably bad battery life held it back from being an easy recommendation. The larger Pixel 4 XL is undoubtedly the better of the two phones, but its battery is still just OK and raises the already high price by an extra $100. Using the Pixel 4 is a wonderful thing, but there's no getting around the compromises required to use it as a daily driver. With that in mind, it's no surprise we're anxious to see what Google does with its successor. All the Pixel 5 needs to do in order to be a great phone is to give us the same Pixel 4 ex.
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9to5Google 02/14/2020 15:15
Google’s Pixel phones have been competing as “flagships” since 2016, but buying a “flagship” in 2020 can now set you back well over $1,000.
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MobileSyrup 02/14/2020 13:08
Google’s Pixel 3 XL was a good handset with an ugly iPhone X-style notch. The smartphone is now available for a pretty affordable price. Only for the next day and a half, B&H is selling the Pixel 3 XL for $399 USD (roughly $528 CAD. The handset is unlocked, sports 64GB of storage and comes... .
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MSPoweruser 02/14/2020 12:38
As you can see from the leaked render, the Google Pixel 5 XL will come with a triple camera setup on the back.
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WCCFtech 02/14/2020 10:25
We've only two months into 2020, and we've only seen two major flagship releases in the form of the Galaxy S20 series and the Mi 10 Pro. It is a bit too early to be talking about Google's Pixel 5, which is nearly eight months away from release. However, YouTube user FrontPageTech has showcased what […]. .
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AndroidHeadlines.com 02/14/2020 10:01
The Google Pixel 3a price is so low at Amazon right now, we're considering it a steal. At just $319, you can pick up the Pixel 3a and get a really great smartphone, with one of the best cameras on the market. Not to mention it already has Android 10 and will be eligible for [...]. .
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Valentine’s Day 2020 will be remembered in the tech world as the day when Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip went on sale, and the new foldable sold out quickly. That’s not surprising given the fact that the clamshell handset is more affordable than alternatives, and it happens to be the world’s first phone to ship with bendable glass on top of the OLED screen. But February 14th, 2020 will also be remembered as the day we got our first look at a phone that’s not supposed to launch for another eight months. That’s the Pixel 5, which should be unveiled in October during a “Made by Google” hardware event, and it'll be released in stores soon after that. The render below officially marks the start of the Pixel 5 leak season, and from the looks of it, Andr.
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Boy Genius Report (BGR) 02/14/2020 09:36
Valentine’s Day 2020 will be remembered in the tech world as the day when Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip went on sale, and the new foldable sold out quickly. That’s not surprising given the fact that the clamshell handset is more affordable than alternatives, and it happens to be the world’s first phone to ship with bendable glass on top of the OLED screen. But February 14th, 2020 will also be remembered as the day we got our first look at a phone that’s not supposed to launch for another eight months. That’s the Pixel 5, which should be unveiled in October during a “Made by Google” hardware event, and it'll be released in stores soon after that. The render below officially marks the start of the Pixel 5 leak season, and from the looks of it, Andr.
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Digital Trends 02/13/2020 10:31
GOOGLE PIXEL SLATE – $620, was $999 The Google Pixel Slate feels solid and particularly well-designed.
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Forbes 02/10/2020 12:48
Google's Pixel 4A is one of the handful of devices I’m genuinely excited about this year, largely because last year’s 3A was such a triumph.
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Engadget - Mobile 02/10/2020 10:00
Another month means another Pixel 4 sale. This time around, you can get $200 off Google's latest flagship. Amazon has cut the price of the 64GB Clearly White and Just Black models to , down from $799. While this isn't the we've seen on the Pixel 4, it's close. And, in any case, $200 off is nothing to scoff at. Source:
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