Hate ads? Download Brave web browser. Fast, secure, built in ad-blocking.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about some interesting fan-made renders of the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL, Huawei's new problem with the US and more.
Join us in this retro unboxing experience where we show many of the phones that have been in Pocketnow's history
Industry sources say Google will most likely release a mid-range Pixel phone for "price-sensitive markets such as India" in July or August.
It was easy to predict but that doesn't make it any less sad. Discontinued way back in 2016, Google's Nexus Player is officially reaching the end of the road in terms of software support as well.
If you're lucky, and have owned or two Nexus devices in your day, you might be eligible for a hefty 20 percent discount on a Google Pixel 2 or 2 XL of choice.
If you're the unlucky owner of a faulty Project Fi Nexus 5X... with device protection, you're suddenly in luck, as Google will give you a Moto X4 to replace your old phone.
Though unsuccessful in various Asian, African and European emerging markets, Android One smartphones could still spread their wings to US shores this year.
The high-severity Nexus 6 and Nexus 6P exploit was fixed by Google via updates in November for the Nexus 6, and January for the 6P. You should be relatively safe if your device is up to date.
As Nexus 5X devices are getting returned for refunds (or, as we learn, refurbished LG G4 or G5 phones) because of a bootlooping issue and at least one Pixel owner was obliged to give up his for money back, it seems that owners of the Nexus 6P could be on their way to cashing out of the Nexus experiment.
Some units of the Huawei-made device have been bootlooping as well and cannot pull past the phone’s startup sequence. More units have come under the falling brick since the bug first appeared with Android 7.0 Developer Preview 2. As it stands, though, the majority of units [...]
Major hardware releases are said to be due out next fall, but there is at least one early arrival rumored for this year...
While Google vows to deliver Android 'version updates' to the Pixel and Pixel XL until October 2018, Verizon warns of 128GB XL shortages.
Android is getting a few aesthetic tweaks, deep app shortcuts, better live wallpaper amenities and image keyboard feature sorting.
It took almost two months more than we expected, but all's well that ends well, and the LTE-enabled Nexus 9 is now able to join the Nougat fun.
Hello, Pixel, bye-bye, Nexus! Google has just made the rebranding official, confirming there are "no plans" for future Nexus releases.
It's old, but not that old. The Motorola-made Google Nexus 6 finally receives official, widespread OTA Android 7.0 Nougat love.
From the Pixel phones to the Andromeda products to all things smartening up the Internet of Things and your Wi-Fi network, Google is getting on steroids.
There's no explicit corroboration of previously rumored Google Pixel specs, and no surprising frontal design elements revealed by a newly leaked render.
A few things to take you back by the whiskers: yes, it's still likely going to be a "Nexus," but it will run on the merged Android/Chrome OS.
Recent changes to Android Marshmallow's and Nougat's bootchain have made rooting devices a tougher task. The Pixels will be even tougher.
Basically, your Google Pixel will be safe from splashes and most spills if they're quick ones. Heck, cavalier YouTubers might give it a dunk for a bit.
Google is getting serious about hyping up the looming Pixel and Pixel XL phones... for a change, and not just for geeks and Android purists.
These pictures are what we like to call "Mr. Postblurrycam," shopped to obscure identifying marks on test devices that shouldn't be leaked.
Evan Blass reports that the Galaxy Note 7 will resume sales in the US the same day pre-orders or sales go up for LG's latest flagship: October 21.