The Pixel 3 phones aren’t going to be the only products that Google launches this fall, considering what we’ve witnessed in previous years. We can also expect a new Pixelbook, as well as products from the Home and Chromecast series. And it sure looks like Google will unveil its first Pixel Watch ever at the event, to accompany the Pixel 3 phones, and breathe new life into the Android-based smartwatch ecosystem.
Earlier reports suggested that a Pixel Watch is indeed in the works, and we’ve got more proof that’s indeed the case.
The 10th anniversary of Galaxy S smartphone is coming soon, and Samsung will celebrate it by launching a Galaxy S10 that’ll feature a bunch of new features and innovations compared to this year’s Galaxy S9.
But, sadly, while 2019 will be the year when commercial 5G networks light up around the world, the Galaxy S10 won’t support the new standard. That’s not a rumor at this point, as it comes directly from the chief of Samsung’s mobile division.
It’s not uncommon for an Android OEM to debut a feature, only to see it brought into Android natively down the road. One handy feature that made this move is the ambient/always-on display. Now, it’s looking like Google is planning to improve that feature with wallpaper support.
Samsung’s big press conference for the Galaxy Note 9 is now just hours away. But if we’re being honest, we’re not excited at all. We already know everything there is to know about the phone, from design and specs to features, pricing, and the release date. If you’ve been living under a rock and you somehow missed months worth of leaks and rumors, everything you need to know about the Galaxy Note 9 is right here. If you want the TL;DR version, here you go: It’s a Galaxy Note 8s.
There’s precious little question that Samsung’s flagship smartphones have been uninspired in 2018. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ were minor upgrades as well, and [...]