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Pixel C Specs

Google announced their first Android-based tablet with its Pixel branding that was previously used for high-end Chromebooks. The Pixel C will have a 10.2-inch 4k display and it will also support an optional hardware keyboard.

Unfortunately, not much is known about the Pixel C right now, but we will update the specs below as more information becomes available.

Pixel C hardware specifications Category Specification Operating System Android 6.0 Marshmallow Display 10.2 inches (2560×1800) at 308 ppi 500  [Read More…]

Google to launch an Android-powered Pixel tablet, report claims

Google’s event tomorrow is shaping up to be action-packed.  We’re expecting a duo of Nexus smartphones to launch (debuting Android Marshmallow), new Chromecast devices, and now we have word of a new tablet – the Pixel C.

The report comes via Android Police and they’re fairly confident on the details they’ve managed to dig up.  But of course, take this leak with a grain of salt.  Fortunately, we only have to wait a day’s time to find out the deal.

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Android One gets a reboot with the Lava Pixel V1

Google is all set to unveil the second-generation Android One handset — made in collaboration with Indian manufacturer Lava Mobiles — later this month. Earlier rumors suggested we’ll see the official launch on July 14, which has since been pushed back to July 29. Ahead of the official unveil, details regarding the handset — which is called the Pixel V1 — have leaked, giving us a first look at the upcoming changes to the Android One platform.

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Last chance to enter the Chromebook Pixel Giveaway

Time for a new laptop? Whether your PC is on the fritz or you’re just in the market for something lighter, faster and more sophisticated, don’t pull the trigger on a purchase just yet. Why? Well, one lucky AndroidGuys reader will walk away with a Chromebook Pixel for absolutely no cost… and it could be you! What’s better than free stuff?

There’s no purchase necessary to enter and sharing via social media can dramatically increase your odds at being the chosen one.  [Read More…]

Sharp announces insane 5.5-inch 4K display with pixel density of 806ppi

Sharp’s 4K panel is set to enter mass production in 2016, and will likely make its way to flagships next year.

Now that QHD displays are here, manufacturers will undoubtedly be looking to offer screens that offer even more pixels per inch. Samsung has hinted at launching a handset with a 4K display in 2015, and now Sharp has unveiled its 5.5-inch IGZO 4K panel that offers a pixel density of 806ppi.

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Google will launch the new Chromebook Pixel in the UK on April 21

The second-generation Chromebook Pixel is launching in the UK this month and will be available on April 21. Prices start from £799 for the Intel Core i5 version.

The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway

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Time for a new laptop? Whether your PC is on the fritz or you’re just in the market for something lighter, faster and more sophisticated, don’t pull the trigger on a purchase just yet. Why? Well, one lucky AndroidGuys reader will walk away with a Chromebook Pixel for absolutely no cost… and it could be you! What’s better than free stuff?

There’s no purchase necessary to enter and sharing via social media can dramatically  [Read More…]

Monoprice announces new USB-C accessories for your new Chromebook Pixel

Monoprice has announced a new line of USB-C cables and adapter accessories designed for USB-C devices such as Google’s new Chromebook Pixel.

The new cables from Monoprice offer USB-C connections for USB 2.0, 3.0, and 3.1, and they’ll let you use almost any USB accessory through the single USB-C port on your new Chromebook Pixel.

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Pixel OFF turns some AMOLED screen pixels black to save power

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As you may already know, an AMOLED display differs from the LCD variety in that its blacks are darker. This is created by nearly turning off or completely turning off the pixel when it is assigned to the color black. In turn, the parts of the screen displaying “black” use much less if any power, which theoretically creates better battery life.

With Pixel OFF, users of AMOLED devices can reduce their power  [Read More…]

Pixel Mower review

pixelmowFrom the developer team Power Mob, Pixel Mower is a new Android game that fits into the “pick up and play” and “endless runner” categories, and it might just be your next smartphone game to get addicted to.

If you’ve ever played Temple Run, Sonic Dash or any other game like this, you’ll be familiar with the controls Pixel Mower offers. Tap left to go left, and tap right to  [Read More…]