Google’s latest flagship devices, the Pixel and the Pixel XL, were released preinstalled with the tech giant’s own Android 7.1 Nougat, a pretty standard update but still one that came with new features.
Back in March early this year, Google had rolled out a public beta of Android Nougat, the newest version of its Android mobile operating system. In the past, Google has deployed yearly updates before, but that March announcement was considered early based on previous Android update schedules. Still, it provided Android users with the option of quickly installing the beta version by way of an over the air roll out.
Google has officially announced that it is making its Project Fi mobile service available to all mobile users based in the United States as along as they currently have a Gmail account. Prior to this announcement, mobile users who wanted to avail of the tech giant’s wireless service had to ask, and then wait, for an invitation.
LG has confirmed this week during the Mobile World Congress being held in the city of Barcelona in Spain that it has plans of bringing back its LG Watch Urbane LTE 2nd Edition in the later part of 2016, as explained by a spokesperson for the South Korean tech giant.
There is still so little love for Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the latest version of Google’s Android mobile operating system, even after four months since it officially rolled out. Indeed, Marshmallow is now still on only 1.2 percent of all Android powered mobile devices in the whole world, according to the latest information provided by Google’s Android Developer Dashboard. Still, 1.2 percent is a welcome improvement over the 0.7 percent Marshmallow managed only a month ago.
Here is some good news for those who were planning to purchase the Nexus 5X smartphone during the holiday season but never got the chance. Google has just revealed that it is permanently lowering the price of the Android powered device by $30, which means that from its previous price of $379, the 16 gigabyte edition of the Nexus 5X can now be bought for $349. As for the 32 gigabyte edition of the Nexus 5X, its original price of $429 has now been reduced to $399
For those planning to purchase Google’s Nexus 6P device during the holiday season, the tech giant has delightful news for you. Google is now offering the phablet with a discount in the amount of $50 at the tech giant’s online store. With this latest development, the price of the Nexus 6P is now reduced to $449 for the 32 gigabyte edition, $499 for the 64 gigabyte edition, and $599 for the 128 gigabyte edition.
It is now nearly a month since Google has made its new Nexus 5Xavailable in the United States, and no doubt, some mobile users, especially those fans of Nexus devices, have already started getting their own Nexus 5X devices. However, some of those who have started taking pictures using the smartphone may have noticed something strange -- for some reason, the images they captured appear upside down.
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