Even though Google is not the first company that has made a headset that can translate, they certainly come to the table with a new innovative product!
During the presentation of Google's new products, they came with a small surprise. Google presented the Bluetooth headphones called Google Pixel Buds. The ear plugs are joined together with a thread behind the neck. By pressing the earplug, you can stop or start a song. With a swipe forward or backward, the volume of Google Pixel Buds can be controlled. Read on to find out more about Googles innovative product!
We all know Google. We all use Google. We probably don't know how people existed BGE (Before Google Era). Google has been making major moves outside of the search engine spectrum and today we will be asking "more of our phone." Read on to see what we mean
The Google Nexus 5X smartphone, which originated from the collaboration between Google and LG, is the successor of the popular Nexus 5 (2013), which was particularly distinguished by its price / performance ratio. To find out if the newer, larger Nexus 5X is as exciting, read on ...
The screen of the Nexus is 5.2 inches in size and has a classic LC display.
The display with its high brightness, the good contrasts and the resolution of 424 ppi, which can make the screen come alive, can convince us.
The battery can not convince us completely. The battery capacity is 2,700 mAh and thus only lasts about 5.45 hours. There is a quick-charge technique, but this is not explained further. Definitely to say that it does not work as well as QuickCharge 2.0. For the battery there is still plenty of room to improve.
The back camera has a resolution of 12.3 MP and also gives good results even in poor lighting. In daylight the resolution is really great, the pictures are colourful and have detail. The shutter speed for photos is 0.44 seconds. The front camera has a resolution of 5 MP.
The Nexus 5X runs with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and works quite fast and without delay. It has a 6 core processor Snapdragon 808 with only 1.8 GHz power and 2 GB of RAM.
Map & Memory:
For the Nexus, the Nano SIM card is used and you have to choose between the variants with 16 GB or 32 GB memory, since the memory is not expandable. The latter version costs about 50 Pounds more.
View from the outside:
The weight is pleasant with only 137 grams and is of the form rather thin. The housing is glossless and the black variant looks more high-quality than the white. The smartphone is also available in turquoise.
What is missing from our accessories?
The Nexus 5X is delivered without a headset and has no USB cable to connect to the PC.
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Are you getting bored of Samsung and find Apple too expensive? Are you a fan of Android? Maybe the new Google Pixel is the phone for you! In one of our previous posts, we announced the new mobiles from Google, the Pixel and Pixel XL. What can we expect from these new models? How expensive is it? Today we will take a look...
Another day, another wonderful array of releases from Google! To keep up to date with its competitors, Google has previewed some of its upcoming products, including new phones, a virtual reality headset and a home system (more on that later…). That’s right, Google haven’t simply gone mobile, they’ve shifted their attention to multiple consumer areas with their main focus on artificial intelligence. Let’s take a look at what we can expect from Google in the near future.
If you have a Nexus brand phone or tablet, you're probably lucky enough to have tried out Google's latest mobile operating software, Android 7.0 Nougat. For the rest of us, however, we can expect to see it roll in the very near future. But is it worth the wait? Let's have a look and see if it's worth the hype.
Artificial technology is developing at a rate that we never expected. In order to help us complete tasks even faster everyday, tech companies such as Google, Apple and Microsoft have implemented artificial technology right into our devices. iPhones and iPads are powered by Siri, Windows devices are powered by Cortana and Android phones are powered by Google Now. In today’s article, we’ll be covering Google’s assistant and showcasing its strengths! Keep reading and find out more!
Technology is improving on a daily basis in order to make our lives more convenient. New and innovative products, that we would have never imagined, are coming to the market. Product research and development has been a vital part of many large companies, such as Microsoft, Apple, Amazon and Google. So, what is the Google Home and why is it so groundbreaking?
Well first of all, the Google Home really isn’t anything new. In June 2015, Amazon released a wireless, voice controlled speaker called the Amazon Echo that could be connected to your phone and play music. The catch was that you could activate and control it with your voice, making listening to music even more convenient. So now, Google has introduced their version, except with a little bit more of a Google twist to it.
For pranksters all around the world, April Fool's is one of the best days of the year. During the day, they can let their imagination run wild and unleash their craziest pranks. However it’s not only regular civilians that celebrate this comical day, but also large companies. Which companies had the best April 1st joke? And which ones had the worst?
This year, T-Mobile undoubtedly had one of the more creative jokes of 2016. They created an advertisement that promoted a new “Binge On” device, which is a slight reference to the new virtual reality devices that have been coming out recently. All you have to do is attach a smartphone to a device that is placed on your head like a hat and you can watch videos and TV on the blazing fast T-Mobile network at any time, right in front of your eyes. This commercial without a doubt shows how creative and ridiculous T-Mobile can be!