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Google Pixel 9 Pro Hands-On Reveals Massive Changes - Samsung is Worried!

Google Pixel 9 Pro

This is your very first live look at the Google Pixel 9 Pro Smartphone, coming soon with a brand-new design, Tensor G4 Processor, lots of AI, and Powerful Cameras. The Google Pixel 9 series will feature 3 models: Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro, and Pixel 9 Pro Max, with display sizes of 6.03 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.7 inches, respectively.

The images below, coming from Rozetked, showcase the Google Pixel 9 Pro 6.1" variant, which will boast Pro features like a Periscope Camera, High-Resolution 1440P Display, and a Thermometer that can be used to scan the temperature of any object or even the human body.

The camera setup on the Google Pixel 9 Pro is similar to that of the Google Pixel Fold, with a module containing triple Cameras, a flash, and a thermometer. Google plans to enhance the Camera with a custom AI Chip, the Pixel Visual Core.

Google plans to showcase the Pixel 9 Series at Google I/O, with the launch happening in October, just like every year. The Pixel 9 Pro is expected to start at $899, with the Pixel 9 Pro Max going all the way up to $1199. So, are you getting one?

Google Pixel 9 is going to be an affordable option for those who want to try out Google Phone with Android 15 Pixel UI, but for those who want the best of the best should go for the Pixel 9 Pro or Pixel 9 Pro Max.

Pixel 8 Pro + Caseology Case = Stylish Protection

In the world of smartphones, finding a case that keeps your phone safe and looks good can be tricky. That's where the Caseology case for the Google Pixel 8 Pro comes in. It's like a superhero for your phone, shielding it from the bumps and scrapes of everyday life while making it look even cooler.

What makes this case awesome is how perfectly it fits the Pixel 8 Pro. It's not just a cover; it's like a second skin for your phone. All the buttons and ports are still easy to get to, and the case is tough enough to handle life's little accidents. It's a combination of strong materials that keep your phone safe without making it bulky.

But it's not just about protection – this case also adds a touch of class to your Pixel 8 Pro. The design is sleek and stylish, and the textured grip makes it easy to hold onto. It's not just a case; it's a way to make your phone look and feel even better.

And here's the best part: you don't have to take the case off to charge your phone wirelessly. It's super convenient. While there aren't a ton of color choices, the ones they have are pretty cool and match the Pixel 8 Pro's style. In summary, if you want a case that does it all – looks good, keeps your phone safe, and is easy to use – Caseology's got you covered.

Google Pixel 8 Pro will be Amazing

As the smartphone industry continues to evolve and push boundaries, tech enthusiasts are always on the lookout for the latest leaks and rumors surrounding upcoming flagship devices. One such highly anticipated release is the Google Pixel 8 Pro. While official details remain scarce, leaks and insider reports have started to shed light on what we can expect from Google's next-generation flagship device. In this article, we will delve into some of the exciting leaks surrounding the Google Pixel 8 Pro and explore the potential features that might make it a game-changer in the smartphone market.

Design and Display:

According to leaked images and CAD renders, the Google Pixel 8 Pro is expected to showcase a stunning design overhaul. The device is rumored to feature a sleek and seamless glass back panel with minimal bezels on the front, offering an immersive viewing experience. Additionally, it is speculated that the Pixel 8 Pro will sport a larger display, possibly in the range of 6.7 to 6.9 inches, with a high refresh rate and a resolution that promises vibrant colors and sharp visuals.

Enhanced Performance:

The Google Pixel series has always been synonymous with top-tier performance, and the Pixel 8 Pro is expected to continue this tradition. Leaks suggest that the device will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 895 processor, coupled with ample RAM and storage configurations. This hardware combination is likely to provide a seamless user experience, allowing for smooth multitasking, lag-free gaming, and faster app launches.

Advanced Camera Capabilities:

Pixel smartphones have gained a reputation for their exceptional camera performance, and the Pixel 8 Pro is rumored to take it up a notch. Reports suggest that the device will feature a powerful camera system with multiple sensors and improved computational photography capabilities. With the advancements in Google's computational photography algorithms, the Pixel 8 Pro might deliver stunning low-light photography, enhanced portrait modes, and even better image processing.

Battery and Charging:

Battery life has always been a crucial aspect for smartphone users, and leaks suggest that Google has recognized this need. The Pixel 8 Pro is rumored to come equipped with a larger battery capacity, enabling users to comfortably get through a day of heavy usage. Moreover, it is speculated that the device will support fast charging technology, allowing for quick refueling whenever needed.

Software and AI Integration:

Google's expertise in software and artificial intelligence is expected to shine in the Pixel 8 Pro. The device is likely to run on the latest Android version, optimized with Google's exclusive software features and AI capabilities. These enhancements may include smarter voice commands, improved voice recognition, and AI-driven optimizations for various aspects of the user experience, such as app suggestions, battery management, and adaptive brightness.


While leaks and rumors should always be taken with a grain of salt, the information surrounding the Google Pixel 8 Pro is undoubtedly intriguing. With an anticipated design overhaul, improved performance, advanced camera capabilities, enhanced battery life, and software optimizations, the Pixel 8 Pro has the potential to be a game-changer in the highly competitive smartphone market. As we eagerly await the official announcement from Google, these leaks provide an exciting glimpse into what could be an impressive flagship device from the tech giant.

Google Pixel December 2022 Feature Drop is now LIVE


Google's most awaited December 2022 Pixel Feature Drop is now LIVE with tons of exciting changes and features for the Google Pixel Devices.

Hear voices clearly.
Pixel enhances the other caller’s voice and reduces their background noise to help you hear them when they’re in a noisy place.

Surround yourself with sound (coming January 2023).
Feel like you’re at the center of the action in your favorite movies and shows. When paired with Pixel Buds Pro, your Pixel supports spatial audio with head tracking for immersive surround sound all around.

Note taking just got easier.
Pixel helps you keep track of who said what in meetings and lectures with more than one participant. It transcribes recordings of multiple speakers by labeling each one and adding line breaks when speakers change.

Extra protection when you’re online.
With VPN by Google One, Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro help protect your online activity no matter what app or web browser you use. With no added cost to you.

Wallpaper that wows.
Bring your Pixel screen to life with the new Live Bloom wallpaper collection. Explore the latest set of custom designs featuring vibrant images that shift and sway when your phone moves.

New cultural wallpapers.
Keep your Pixel screens culturally relevant with the latest Curated Culture wallpapers. This new installment, illustrated by Morgan Harper Nichols, celebrates the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Morgan is an artist, poet, podcaster, and author whose work is inspired by real-life interactions and stories.

Find it. Fast.
Bring the power of Google Search to your Pixel to search your entire phone and the web, so you can quickly find what you’re looking for – a contact, app, screenshot, setting, and more. Now available for Pixel 4a and later.

Security and privacy, simplified.

Now Pixel makes it easier to protect your phone, accounts, and passwords by having all your security and privacy settings in one place. This includes new action cards that notify you of any safety risks and provide easy steps to enhance your privacy and security.

More ways to lift language barriers.

Live Translate can now translate texts in your messaging apps into more languages, including Arabic, Persian, Swedish, Vietnamese, and Danish.

Understand how you sleep.

Pixel can help you understand what affects your sleep, like coughing, snoring, or how much you’re on your phone at bedtime, now available for Pixel 6 & Pixel 6 Pro.

Get smarter about your sleep.
Gain a better understanding of your sleep quality with helpful insights from Sleep Profile on Pixel Watch. It looks beyond your nightly sleep patterns and tracks your habits and trends over a month-long period. You’ll get a sleep analysis based on 10 key metrics, be matched with one of six sleep animals representing distinct sleeper types, and receive education and personalized metric ranges so you can understand what to focus on to get better rest.

Google Android 12 - Material You Battery Widget

The Material You Style Battery Widget is now Live for Google Pixel Devices running Android 12L (It's a Part of March Google Pixel Feature Drop. Google's Material You is next stage for Material Design which is made for You. Yes, Personal Styling, the Widgets and Color Accent, Interface adapts to the Wallpaper Colors. 

The new Material You Battery Widget shows the Battery Percentage Level of your Pixel Smartphone and other Wireless Devices. Battery Widget works on Pixel Buds, Sony Buds, OnePlus Buds, Xiaomi Buds, Samsung Galaxy Buds, but Apple AirPods / Pro. 

We connected our AirPods to the Google Pixel 6 and it doesn't show it's Battery Percentage Level. 

"And the new Pixel battery widget can show up-to-date battery information for your Pixel, as well as Bluetooth connected devices like Pixel Buds). Add the widget to your home screen to keep an eye on battery life across your devices."



List of Samsung Devices getting Android 12 OneUI 4.0 Software Update

Now that Google has made the Android 12 Official with exciting new features and changes, other OEMs including Samsung have started the development for their next exciting UI, the OneUI 4.0 based on Android 12.

OneUI 4.0 is surely coming with some new fatures and will be ahead of time as always, but Question is - If your Samsung Smartphone getting Android 12? When is it coming to your Samsung Phone. Folks over at SamMobile compiled a list based on Samsung Software Update Support for devices, and below is the Unofficial list of devices getting Android 12 OneUI 4.0

  • Galaxy S series
    • Galaxy S21 Ultra (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy S21+ (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy S21 (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy S20 Ultra (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy S20+ (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy S20 (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy S20 FE (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy S10 5G (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy S10 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy S10+ (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy S10e (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy S10 Lite
  • Galaxy Note series
    • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy Note 20 (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy Note 10+ (LTE/5G – Last OS update)
    • Galaxy Note 10 (LTE/5G – Last OS update)
    • Galaxy Note 10 Lite
  • Galaxy Z series
    • Galaxy Fold (LTE/5G – Last OS update)
    • Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G
    • Galaxy Z Flip
    • Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  • Galaxy A series
    • Galaxy A71 5G
    • Galaxy A71
    • Galaxy A51 5G
    • Galaxy A51
    • Galaxy A52
    • Galaxy A52 5G
    • Galaxy A72
    • Galaxy A90 5G (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy A01 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy A11 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy A31 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy A41 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy A21 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy A21s (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy A Quantum
    • Galaxy Quantum 2
    • Galaxy A42 5G
    • Galaxy A02 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy A02s (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy A12 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy A32
    • Galaxy A32 5G
  • Galaxy M series
    • Galaxy M42 5G
    • Galaxy M12
    • Galaxy M62
    • Galaxy M02s (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy M02 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy M21 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy M21s (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy M31
    • Galaxy M31 Prime Edition (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy M51 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy M31s (Last OS update)
  • Galaxy F series
    • Galaxy F41 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy F62
    • Galaxy F02s (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy F12
    • Galaxy Xcover series
    • Galaxy Xcover Pro (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy Xcover 5
  • Samsung tablets expected to get Android 12
    • Galaxy Tab S7+ (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy Tab S7 (LTE/5G)
    • Galaxy Tab S6 5G
    • Galaxy Tab S6 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
    • Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy Tab A7 (Last OS update)
    • Galaxy Tab Active 3 (Last OS update)

Android 13 "T" codename leaked

(Photo by Denny Müller on Unsplash)


While we are still waiting for the full release of Android 12 "S", which is currently in beta 3 and is expected to launch mid-august. There has been a leak for the Android 13's codename. 

Well, much to users surprise, Google stopped naming their Android version after Android 9 Pie. The previous Android 10 was simply referred to as Android Q and Android 11 as Android R. Although, while not publicly but Google used "Quince Tart" for Android 10 and "Red Velvet Cake" for Android 11 internally. 

With Android 12 named Snow Cone, Google is back on track with using dessert as android codenames. Now,as per a leak posted on Twitter by Mishaal Rahman, indicating that the Android 13 "T" will have the codename "Tiramisu". For the unknown, Tiramisu is a coffee-flavoured Italian dessert.


Now, the post also mention that codemane "Tiramisu" is used by Google internally. So, the public name for Android 13 may be something else.

Google Pixel 6 Pro First Look

Google will be announcing the Pixel 6 Series this year with it's own GS101 WhiteChapel CPU, what's shocking is, they're not only revamping the Performance and Processor, but also the overall design and hardware.

This is the all new upcoming Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with Cool Looking Camera design, Center  Hole Punch Selfie Shooter with sligh Curved Edges and seriously minimal bezels. 

The Pixel 6 got Dual Camera setup, the Pro variant however is coming with Triple Camera which means a better and powerful Camera system.

Google Pixel 5 - TOP 5 FEATURES

The Google Pixel 5 is now OFFICIAL. We have the OFFICIAL Details, Specifications and Features and It's way different then what the Pixel Flagship line was made for.

The OG Pixel, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3 XL, and Pixel 4 XL all Got Flagship CPUs, We saw some design experiments, like Huge bezels in Pixel 2, A huge notch on Pixel 3 XL, and Last Year there was a huge top for useless Soli Radar. This time However things are Perfect in terms of Design, but in terms of Specifications and mainly CPU, it's not looking good.

Here are top 5 features of the brand new Pixel 5 Smartphone.

1. Design

So you're looking at the first Google Smartphone with symmetrical bezels and i must say this is a really Good design, there's a punch hole on top left corner, It's huge no doubt, but this design is way better than what the Pixel 4, or Pixel 3 XL was. This is an OLED Display with 90Hz Refersh Rate, 90Hz is I think a sweet spot, i'm in for that.

The Back design is also really nice, and in sorta sage green color it looks unique. the Entire rear is made of aluminium. Wireless Charging does not work through metal, but there's a cutout for the transmission of energy. So yeah Metal it is and it looks and ofcourse gonna feel really amazing.

2. Performance

So the Pixel 5 features a Mid range Snapdragon 765G 5G CPU, which can also be found in the OnePlus Nord which cost just 339 USD if you convert the Indian pricing. The 765G is based on 7nm Process and is decent for Daily usage, I haven't seen any lags on my Nord so i guess same for the Pixel 5, Additionally there's also 8GB of RAM with 128GB of Storage.

3. Camera

Now it's not about the Design like a Glass Panel, or Performance like Flagship 865 CPU, it's all about the best Cameras and Image Processing, the Pixel 5 is once again going to smash most Phones in terms of Camera Performance and Image Processing. There's 12.2MP Main Camera which supports 4K 60FPS and 1080p 240FPS video recording, it is the same sensor used in the Pixel 4, Pixel 3 XL, only difference will be in image processing and there's also a 16MP wide-angle camera. No Telephoto is quite disappointng, but yeah Google's image processing can make zoomed images looks like taken from Telephoto.

4 Software

Second most important thing inside Google Pixel Phones is Software, it is straight from the brand who owns Android, so security patches, and major updates before all is something most need for a secure usage. There's also some Pixel exclusive Software like Screen Call, Integrated Google assistant and much more.

This is a bloatware free experience which is something you won't find in Xiaomi or OnePlus devices too coz now they come with Facebook and Messenger. So yeah Pixel 5 with best Software.

5. Hidden Addons

This may go unnoticed, but the Pixel 5 features Flagship IP68 Certification, there's 4080mAH BATTERY with Wireless Charging and reverse wireless charging, and it's overall a great and decent phone. 699 US dollars will be the price, it's going one on one with the S20 FE, iPhone 12 Mini and OnePlus 8T. I won't say you should just go and grab Pixel 5, but if you want a decent phone for normal performance usage and great cameras, the Pixel 5 is the one to get.

Google expected to sell only 800K units of Pixel 5 in 2020

The Google's Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A XL are on it's way and this year Google is targeting a wide range of Audience by Lowering down the Price and ofcourse Lowering down the Specifications. Unlike the Pixel 4, Pixel 3, Pixel 2 XL or the OG Pixel Phone, the Pixel 5 is a Mid-range Smartphone with some Flagship Features.

Google is looking to produce only around 800K units of the Pixel 5 in 2020. Google is expected to ship 3 million units if we combine the Pixel 5, Pixel 4a 5G, and Pixel 4a together. This year, the top selling phones were Galaxy A51 and iPhone 11, so Google with Pixel 4A and Pixel 5 can easily surpass most phones.

"Google gave a relatively conservative order forecast this year because its flagship Pixel 4 did not sell well last year, and because COVID-19 is causing their team to stay on the safe side concerning handsets for now."

FYI, Google sold 7.2 million Pixel Smartphones last year, but this year due to Covid-19, All the Tech Giants including Google got affected, so shipping 3M Units of New Phones in 2020 is not bad at all. 

[How to] Get iOS Like Google Widget on your Android Smartphone

With the all new iOS 14 and Google's Special Widget for iPhone, it's all Clear Google cares more about widgets on iPhone than Android. Good News is, you now can get the same Widget on your Android Smartphone with KWGT.

Credits to Joseph for making this Incredible Fully-Functional Widget for Android, All you need to do is Install the Pro Version of KWGT, Download the Kustom Widget, and Download a few Google Applications mentioned below for the Google Lens, Google Assistant, and Incognito Mode Buttons to work. 

[Steps] How to Get iOS Like Google Widget on your Android Smartphone

  1. Download KWGT Pro from Google Play Store
  2. Download Kustom Widgets Zip File (Made by Joseph) and Extract It.
  3. Download Google Assistant, Google Lens and Incognito Browser
  4. Make a new KWGT Widget on your HomeScreen.
  5. Open KWGT Pro, Open Folder (Near Search), and Select Widget from the Extracted Folder
  6. Tap On that Widget, Set the Size According to your HomeScreen Size (Use Layer - Scale).
  7. Enjoy

Joseph Plans to make other iOS 14 Like Widgets, So make sure to Follow him and Ofcourse we'll update this Article whenever he posts something new.

Cool.. Right? Post your Screenshots in the below Comment Section.

This is the Google Pixel 5

Despite of having a Not-So-Premium Plastic Body, Single Camera, and a Small Battery, the Pixel 4A is a huge success, and that's because Google nailed it with the Pricing and Camera.

With the Pixel 5, Google is planning to follow same approach, that's a Plastic Body with Rear-Fingerprint Scanner, and Dual Cameras on Back. Google is using Snapdragon 765 5G CPU in this one.

Basically, it can be seen, Google is mainly focusing on two things, that's Android Software and Camera. There's also a lot Cheaper Google Pixel 4A 5G Coming in with nearly same Specs like Pixel 5 but downgrade Design.

This year there's no Flagship Pixel device like with Higher-Refresh rate, or Higher Megapixels count, or Snapdragon 865 CPU, or IP68 Rating. Main focus is again on Camera, which are unbeatable and Software.

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Get Pixel 4 Features on any Android Device

Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Comes with some cool exclusive features, but you can get them on your Android device. Pixel 4 comes with new Pixel Launcher, Google Camera 7.1 Astrophotography, and Motion Sense Hands Free Control via Soli Radar.

Here's how you can get the Pixel 4 Features on your Android Smartphone -


Pixel 4 Launcher

Pixel 4 Live Wallpaper | Slice Application

Pixel 4 Google Camera 7.1

Hands-Free Control Gesture 

Google Recorder

About Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL

Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL comes with 5.7 inches and 6.3" Display with 90hz Refresh Rate. Both these phones are having a huge forehead and small chin. The Forehead is having Soli Motion Sensor and Face ID which is amazing.

Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL features Snapdragon 855 CPU, 6GB RAM, and 64/128GB Internal Storage.

Google Pixel 3a is the top selling smartphone on

Google Pixel 3a has emerged as the top selling smartphones on in the "Best Sellers Unlocked Cell Phones" Category. 

The device costs just $399 and provides flagship level Camera which is there in Google Pixel 3 XL. You also get the latest Android Software from Google. There's Snapdragon 670 SoC, 18W fast charging, 3.5mm headphone jack, and other decent mid range features.

$399 is really an amazing deal. Wish the pricing would have been same for other markets also. Thoughts?

Get Pixel 3 Camera with Photobooth, Super Zoom and other exclusive features on your Pixel 2 XL

Get Pixel 3 Camera with Photobooth, Super Zoom and other exclusive features on your Pixel 2 XL
The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL comes with exciting Camera features. Some of these features will be available officially for older Pixel phones while some of them will remain Pixel 3 exclsuive.

Now, XDA member "showlyshah" managed to get all the Pixel 3 and 3 XL Camera features (Including Exclusive) on his Pixel 2 XL. Photobooth, Super zoom, Focus Tracking, Google Lens in Real Time, and other Pixel 3 features are working absolutely fine.

Here's How to Install Pixel 3 Camera on Pixel 2 XL:

1) You'll need a Rooted Pixel 2 XL (Root it if you haven't already)

2) Using a root file explorer, edit build.prop from system folder (not vendor folder)

a) ro . product . model=Pixel 3 XL
b) ro . product . name=crosshatch
c) ro . product . device=crosshatch

3) Reboot and Install Pixel 3 Camera from Here.

We'll upload a YouTube video on Pixel 2 Stock Camera vs Pixel 2 (Pixel 3 Camera) soon. Stay tuned to our FacebookTwitter, and Telegram to get the first News.


Here's Google Pixelstand - Wireless Charger for Pixel 3 XL

We're just a few days away from the Official announcement of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, there's no surprise left as of now about these Smartphones.

According to the latest leaks, Google will also be announcing Pixelstand - Wireless Charger for Pixel 3 and 3 XL. The Pixelstand features an orange base in the below render, however it'll be available in different color options, there's also Google's G logo to the bottom.


Stay tuned to our FacebookTwitter, and Telegram to get the first News.

Pixel 3 XL looks gorgeous in Mint and Pink

Pixel 3 XL looks gorgeous in Mint and Pink
After seeing the Pixel 3 XL leaks that potentially revealed the design of Google's new flagship for 2018, the concept makers have been busy getting their takes ready. Phonearena has come up with an exciting new concept of the Pixel 3 XL.

The phone is coming in four differenct color options, Black, White, Mint and Pink. Black and White are the most common colors, Pink and Mint sounds great. 
Pixel 3 XL looks gorgeous in Mint and Pink
Mild Mint and Dubious Peachy Pink Looks Gorgeous in this Concept. Let’s hear your wish list for this year’s Pixel 3 XL.

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Pixel 3 XL Leaks Again, Shows Android 9.0 Pie Upcoming Feature!!!

Pixel 3 XL Leaks Again, Shows Android 9.0 Pie Upcoming Feature!!!
It's raining Pixel 3 XL leaks nowadays. Yesterday, we saw real life Unboxing video of the device and now, same source from Ukrain has posted another video showing off the Pixel 3 XL and Android 9.0 Pie upcoming features.

The device do looks hot in the video. It is having a display cutout with front facing stereo speakers and dual cameras. The back looks similar to the Pixel 2 XL, also there's no dual cameras.

One thing worth noticing is the Pixel 3 XL Interface. It runs on the latest Android 9.0, we have swipe gesture, new Settings, Notification panel, and more. It looks like the Pixel 3 XL will be coming with the rumored "Always on Display Wallpaper" feature. Just like Samsung AOD themes, the Pixel 3 XL is also having some sort of AOD theme with Pink shade.
Pixel 3 XL Leaks Again, Shows Android 9.0 Pie Upcoming Feature!!!
Just a few days back, XDA spotted Always On Display wallpaper code in the latest Android 9.0 Pie AOSP source. Looks like it's really coming..

As per earlier leaks, the Pixel 3 XL will feature 64GB Internal storage, Snapdragon 845 processor. There's a 6.7-inch display, 12.2MP rear camera, 8.1MP dual front camera setup, and 3430mAh battery. Thoughts?

Google Nexus 5X finally receives Android 9.0 Pie via AOSP ROM

Google Nexus 5X finally receives Android 9.0 Pie via AOSP ROM
How to Download and Install Android 9.0 Pie on Nexus 5x (Bullhead) | Unofficial AOSP Android Pie Custom ROM for LG Nexus 5x
Now that Google has released the next version of Android, Android 9.0 Pie, the wait for the devices to get the update has already started. Additionally, Android Pie is already available for Google Pixel and Pixel 2 devices.

However, Older Nexus phones like the Nexus 5x and Nexus 6P will not get the official update. But you can still install Android Pie right now via AOSP ROM. Developer "argraur" has successfully ported Android 9.0 Pie for the Nexus 5x. Additionally, most major aspects of the phone are working as expected.

With Android 9.0 Pie, you'll get new Swipe Gesture navigation, Rotation suggestion, Adaptive Battery and Adaptive Brightness, Smart replies, App actions, Text selection, Redesigned Quick Setting tiles and Notification Panel, Redesigned Volume Options, Brand new Settings, Privacy, Digital Wellbeings (Dashboard) and Winddown Mode, and more...

You'll need to Unlock Bootloader and Install TWRP Custom Recovery in-order to Install the AOSP Custom ROM based on Android 9.0 Pie on Nexus 5x Bullhead. You can grab the Custom Rom ZIP file from below.

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Download Nexus 5X

Direct Download: AOSP ROM (Via XDA)

Android 9.0 Pie Gapps

Mid-Range Google Pixel Smartphone with Snapdragon 710 is in the works

Mid-Range Google Pixel Smartphone with Snapdragon 710 is in the works
Alright Guys! There's no denying the fact that Google has already started working on next generation Pixel Smartphones. Already there are couple of leaks speculating the design of the phones.

As revealed by our favorite Roland Quandt of Winfuture, the company is also working on a Mid Range Pixel Smartphone with Snapdragon 710.

The recently announced Snapdragon 710 features, Multicore AI Engine, Adreno 616 GPU, and Kryo 360 CPU. It is better than any Snapdragon 600 series SoC and shares more features with the Snapdragon 800 series.

It is  not the first time we're hearing about the Pixel Mini or Mid Range Pixel Smartphone. Just a few months back Economictimes reported that Google is working on a new mid-range smartphone specially for Indian markets.

Roland says that the company is planning to launch it in the 1st half of 2019, that's actually a long way to go.

We'll be getting the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL this October, and definately we're going to see more leaks about the Mini Pixel. Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.