Since early this year, Huawei and Trump have been waging war against one another. The U.S had placed a ban on Huawei and forbade the company from involving in any trade activities with American companies. Google followed suit and barred Huawei from having access to Google services. This was soon followed by an extension of 90 days allowing Huawei to procure material from U.S suppliers.
Yesteryears iconic Razr has been leaked yet again. The 2019 Motorola Razr leak comes close to the heels of the official launch. This time around the Moto Razr was spotted on FCC listing. The listing is accompanied by photographs of the phone from various angles. In other words, the listing gives a fair idea of how the Moto Razr will look.
Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship Snapdragon 865 processor has been leaked. The new processor is scheduled to be launched on December 3 at Snapdragon Tech Summit. Now the leak gives us a sneak peek at what to expect from the Snapdragon 865 processor.
Google has made yet another big-ticket purchase by buying the fitness giant Fitbit. Google has just announced that it has bought Fitbit for $2.1 billion. It seems like the company wants to gain traction in the fitness segment as it did with the Pixel in the premium smartphone segment. Just yesterday a report by Reuters had claimed that Google was in talks to buy the fitness tracker company.
Google’s 90Hz OLED display on Pixel 4 and 4XL hogged the limelight during launch. The higher refresh rates should ideally help in offering a better user experience. Now it has come to the light that the 90Hz refresh rate on Pixel 4 and 4XL comes with a caveat.
Google’s latest Pixel 4 was perhaps one of the most leaked phones. Pixel 4 was announced last week and now it has come to light that the device supports 11W wireless charging. Strangely, Google didn’t mention the same during the launch.
The first batch of Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL reviews are out and they are not that good. While the Pixel 4 has been praised for its excellent camera, smooth performance, and great display. However, the phone’s battery life is abysmal and Motion Sense — the Soli-based motion gestures — have been panned for being gimmicky in nature.
Google recently announced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, its latest and greatest Pixels. This time around, the company has focused on improving the overall experience of using the phones rather than just focus on the camera. If you plan on buying the Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL, check out our detailed FAQ below which should answer some of your questions surrounding the device.