As expected, Google announced its new-generation Pixel smartphones at its Made by Google ’22 event today in New York City.
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I was transfixed by Google’s Pixel 4 launch presentation, which featured an incredible lecture on smartphone photography by distinguished engineer Marc Levoy.
With the Pixel 6a, Google has redefined its A-series lineup to address the longevity problems of previous generation handsets.
With the release of its first over-the-air software update, the Pixel 6a is now eligible to be enrolled in the Android 13 Beta.
Moving past the first impressions, what strikes me most about the Pixel 6a is how well it captures the Pixel 6 experience, but at a much lower price.
My review unit Pixel 6a arrived today, and we spent a lovely afternoon photographing trains before I got home and finally installed and configured all my apps.
The Google Pixel 6a arrives Thursday, and I’m happy to report that I’ll be reviewing it soon, though my unit won’t arrive until next week.
The Google Pixel 6a and PixelBuds Pro earbuds are now available for preorder and will ship to customers starting July 28.
Google today announced a new Pixel drop that brings new features to supported Pixel handsets.
There’s often a curious disconnect between my understanding of Google and the way it presents itself to the public.
Google’s supported Pixel handsets are already receiving the May 2022 update, which fixes bugs and security vulnerabilities.
Google wants to make Pixel devices easier to repair, and the company has teamed up with iFixit to offer official spare parts for Pixel phones starting with the Pixel 2 later this year
Google today delivered the Pixel Update for April 2022, and it looks like Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro users won’t have to wait to get it for a change.
Two weeks after it headed to other supported Pixel handsets, the March Feature Drop is available for Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
Users with supported Pixels will want to check for an update this week: Google has issued a new Pixel Feature Drop, adding several new features.
My trip to Mexico City this past week has given me an opportunity to re-test the Google Pixel 6 Pro after two months with the iPhone 13 Pro.
Android and the iPhone both have their advantages, for sure. But there’s one area where Apple’s device is curiously uncompetitive.
The March Pixel update will address the Wi-Fi issues that have been plaguing some Pixel 6 devices following the release of the February software update.
Google has started rolling out the February 2022 Pixel updates which bring Camera and Bluetooth improvements for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
Over a month after Google promised to fix a sweeping set of issues with the Pixel 6 series handsets, it has a new release date scheduled for the update.
For the second month in a row, Google has issued a monthly update to all supported Pixel handsets except the Pixel 6 series
After an incredible period of silence, Google has finally told desperate Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro users what’s going on.
I’ve been using an iPhone 13 Pro and comparing it to the frustrating Pixel 6 Pro. And this comparison has proven more difficult than I’d imagined it would be.
Two weeks ago, Google announced a massive system update for the Pixel 6 series. But most users still don’t have it. What’s going on?
Like many, I was hoping that the Pixel 6 would finally give Android a decisive answer to the iPhone. But like many, I was disappointed.
Next week, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro users will get a massive system update that addresses many of the complaints about the devices.
Those with Pixel 3a and newer Pixels have a new Feature Drop to enjoy. And it’s the first one to add new features to the Pixel 6 series.