Google has teamed up with Teenage Engineering to bring the Pocket Operator experience to Pixel phones. Why? I have absolutely no idea. The Android app, called Pocket Operator for Pixel, is essentially a Pocket Operator for mobile phones with a twist.
In case you haven’t heard, during the recent Google I/O, in addition to unveiling the new Pixel 6a and the new Pixel Buds Pro, Google surprised everyone by offering a preview of the upcoming hardware, collectively known as the Pixel portfolio.
Good news for folks who wanted the Pixel 6 phone but have not committed to buying one because of the price. Google has just revealed a tad more affordable model, the Google Pixel 6a.
At this point, do you need to be told about the Google Pixel 6? I mean, everything has been “leaked” for weeks now. We even have the official looks two months ago along with the confirmation of a Google-developed SoC, Tensor. But yeah, the much anticipated Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Smartphones are …
Before the Pixel 6 phone arrives, Google has a new phone to offer you: the Google Pixel 5a. As the model name suggests, it is a more affordable version of the Google Pixel 5 (and kind of a successor to 2020’s Pixel 4a). And it sure has quite a bit to shout about.
Alright, folks. It looks like the Google Pixel 6 images that were reportedly rendered based on actual Pixels devices are legit. Google has just revealed it itself. But not quite all the details.