Released back in October, Google's Pixel 4 has had a few months to exist out in the wild and be put to the test by all sorts of different use cases. From power users to folks that use their phone sparingly throughout the day, this has been the Pixel 4's time to shine.
Now that some time has passed since the phone's initial debut, we wanted to check in with the AC forums to see how the Pixel 4's performance is holding up. The Snapdragon 855 processor is plenty snappy, but there was some initial concern regarding the limited 6GB of RAM.
Beats looks to woo over some Android users with the Fit Pro, aimed at delivering features and performance that don't cast them aside as afterthoughts, and while there's certainly truth to that with these earbuds, there's still work to do to close the gap.
The Quest 2's limited battery life is its biggest flaw. Naturally, accessories that make the charging process easier are invaluable, but if you're in the market for an accessory to display and charge your Quest 2, you might want to look elsewhere.
Google's Pixel 4a 5G looks a tad boring in Just Black, but we can fix that! These cases are fun, fashionable, functional, and most importantly, ready to carry your Pixel 4a 5G into the future without any damage.