Motorola today announced that it has started rolling out the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus in India. This makes the Lenovo-owned company the first in the world to roll out the Nougat update to any of its smartphones.
With the Google Pixel and Pixel XL releasing earlier this week, it was only a matter of time before the first teardown of the handsets hit the web. Doing the deed, iFixit has posted the teardown of the HTC-made Google Pixel XL.
With the Pixel and Pixel XL going on sale in the United States, Google has released three new advertisements for the handsets. Unlike other companies that feature celebrities in their commercials, Google’s ads for the Pixel stars YouTube celebrities.
In a news that is not going to surprise customers who follow the Nexus lineup from Google closely, the Pixel and Pixel XL from Google are going to receive confirmed Android updates until October 2018. This means that the handset will receive guaranteed Android updates two years post their launch month similar to how Google has treated its Nexus devices so far.
Not content with 6GB of RAM on your phone? Well, this news is surely going to make your day then. Samsung today announced that it has started the mass production of 8GB LPDDR4 DRAM package for mobile devices.
Earlier today, Google released the first Developer Preview of Android 7.1 Nougat for the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, and Pixel C. The latest version of Nougat comes with a bunch of minor new features like support for circular icons, app shortcuts, bug fixes, new API levels, and more.
The Google Pixel was announced earlier this month, and for any Verizon Wireless subscriber that planned on walking into a retail store on October 28 to pick up a specific model, that option may no longer be available.