This Woot sale has Pixel phones from the original Google Pixel XL to the more recent Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 4 models so you can take your pick. Though the devices may show some wear, they are all unlocked and will be fully functional.
One of the best parts of owning a Pixel device is that Google is regularly updating and improving the experience of them. Today, Google is rolling out some updates as well as new features to Pixel phones that are both helpful and, in some cases, essential.
Google's hardware may not be selling gangbusters, but the company remains committed to making more of them. In an interview this week, Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai drilled his reasoning down into three major points.
Previously assumed to be a solo act, parts for the Pixel 4a's bigger brother have popped up on eBay. It presumably reflects Google's prior intentions of launching a Pixel 4a XL alongside a 4a before shelving the idea.
Pixel owners have begun flooding the Google Camera app with one-star reviews on the Play Store after experiencing camera issues for months. They believe an update is to blame for causing apps to crash when accessing the camera.
While combing through the code of the latest leaked Google Camera 7.4 APK, a developer came across references to a new 4K 60fps video recording mode. It's still unclear which Pixel phones will be supported once it is enabled or when it will become available.
Google's leaked Pixel 4a has made an appearance in new live images which capture the much-anticipated follow-up to the excellent Pixel 3a series. The firm is expected to debut a new fabric case as an accessory to accompany the phone when the launch comes in May.
Google has released the first of its Pixel feature drops for 2020. With the March release, users of supported Pixel devices get access to AR effects in Duo, faster access to cards and passes in Google Pay, and Car Crash Detection in the UK and Australia. Pixel 4 users will also get motion sense improvements.
Google's Tasker-like Rules is now rolling out to more Pixel phones running Android 10. Using Rules you'll be able to automatically switch your phone to DND, silent, ring, or vibrate based on which Wi-Fi network you're connected to or your location.