Andrew Martonik, Russell Holly, and Jerry Hildenbrand talk about Google's Pixel 3 event, which is officially set for October 9th. We have good idea of what to expect from the phones, but will there be additional product announcements during the presentation? They also dig into the Galaxy Watch review along with comparisons to Samsung Gear Sport. Plus, special shoutout to new dad,...
Daniel, Andrew, and Russell order up a side of punch and pie with a conversation about Fortnite on Android, and the unveiling of Android 9 Pie! They also talk about Samsung's new Galaxy S4 Tab and the Moto Z3, with its future upgradeability to 5G.
In a market dominated by bigger brands and sweetheart carrier deals, good phones from companies like LG and Moto can be all but forgotten. Android P marches closer to release with Beta 3. Galaxy Note 9 is coming in August.
Unless you're going from a hardware keyboard, is BlackBerry KEY2 a more efficient means of typing? Android Messages is rolling out for desktop, but still needs additional features to satisfy edge case users. Vivo NEX and OPPO Find X are poppin'!
Andrew embraces the Bluetooth life, and Andy Rubin's Essential is essentially dead. RED continues to work on Hydrogen One, which will undoubtedly be a niche product. Slightly less niche is the upcoming BlackBerry KEY2. Best of all: AC Foodcast!
Motorola is increasing its efforts to achieve global success. eSIM development is halted because the kids can't play nicely together. Speaking of kids, Amazon has a new Echo Dot just for them. Google is working hard to improve just about everything.
ZTE is paying the price for a big no-no. 'Chat' is the future of messaging. LG's G7 will have a dedicated Google Assistant button, Huawei punts on the U.S. market, and Moto continues to impress with good, cheap phones.
The new Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact excels as a small phone form factors in an age of phablets. With the Gmail desktop redesign coming out soon, is it a signal that Google heading towards a one app future?