Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL are the new kids on the block and customers are very excited to finally get their hands on the phones. But even if the devices haven’t been around for long, some users are already signaling an issue with the phones. A number of Pixel owners have taken to Reddit and
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Earlier this month, BlackBerry’s Android-based DTEK60 went up for pre-order even before the company got around to officially announcing the device. Now the wait for an official announcement is finally over.
BlackBerry has taken the wraps off the DTEK60, its latest Android smartphone. The DTEK60 looks similar to the DTEK50 that launched earlier this year, but the newest family member offers more high-end specs. That includes the display, which measures in at 5.5 inches and features a 2560×1440 resolution.
The DTEK60 also packs in a Qualcomm [Read More…]
The LG V20 has just started shipping out to eager customers who pre-ordered the device. Now a handful of early V20 adopters have already taken to Reddit to report an issue with the premium smartphone -the glass covering the main camera has proven to be extremely fragile. The LG V20 is a stunning smartphone bundled
Happy Saturday and welcome to the weekend edition of the AndroidGuys best tech deals and discount codes from around the web. We’re coming up on November real quickly which means holiday season is just around the corner. Historically some of the best deals occur before Black Friday so make sure you keep your eyes peeled for
Google has made a huge stride in camera quality, but can it take on Samsung head to head?
Though Google’s new Pixel phones have seriously impressive imaging that put its previous Nexus phones to shame, we have to remember that before they arrived it was well-observed that Samsung led the pack with the camera on the Galaxy S7 edge (and of course Galaxy S7 and Note 7).
Now that we’ve had a Pixel for a little [Read More…]
Kodak, the company that became popular thanks to its line of Polaroid instant cameras, has been trying to enter the Android smartphone market, for a few years now. The photography equipment maker unveiled its first smartphone at CES 2015. The device, named IM5 bundled a pretty mediocre set of specs, so ended up mostly being
Announced at a San Francisco event on October 4th, the Pixel and Pixel XL are the two new smartphones from Google for 2016. The pair of phones are the first to offer the Google Assistant software technology and look to head further down the path already started by the nexus line. What makes this year’s
At MWC 2016, Samsung introduced the Gear 360, a ball-shaped camera that can capture spherical 30MP photos and video of almost 4K resolution (3,840 x 1,920 pixels). With the advent of VR, people are increasingly becoming more interested in 360-degree photos and videos, so the Gear 360 arrives at the right time. This week, Samsung
When you buy a Pixel Google lets you back up all the pictures and video you shoot for free, at full resolution. That’s a pretty big deal.
Google has made much fuss about the camera on the Pixel and Pixel XL (they share the same specs). A hearty endorsement from DXOMark, samples from the camera development team, and even some 4K footage with image stabilization have people interested because a great camera is one of those [Read More…]
The tech industry has been fantasizing about foldable displays for a really long time. LG’s G Flex and G Flex 2 came a step closer to fulfilling this craving, but these handsets are still far from offering true display flexibility. Lenovo also showcased a bendable design concept during IFA 2016 in Berlin and a few