YouTube has been a rapidly growing platform for years, and mature platforms need a mature look. That’s why Google is taking the wraps off a redesigned YouTube icon and logo, plus some big interface changes in the app and on the website.
Earlier this month a pair of Huawei Mate devices leaked, and both devices are expected to be announced sometime in October. Today we’re getting a bit of new info on the phones, and some clarity on exactly what they are.
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After the excitement of the Galaxy Note 8 launch yesterday it’s time to turn our attention towards another handset that has been the source of so many leaks – the second-generation Pixel. It’s an open secret that Google will launch two new Pixel smartphones later this year, with HTC reportedly making the regular-sized variant and LG the larger one. Today’s leak has revealed which processor will provide the grunt for the 2 handsets as well when Google will announce them.
The Galaxy Note 8 wasn’t the only device to be announced today, although it does seem like it was the only one that was supposed to be shown off. During all the commotion, Samsung’s Spanish website listed the Gear Fit 2 Pro before pulling it back down. Was it supposed to be announced with the Note 8 but something came up right beforehand? Who knows.
When Google announces a new flavor of Android, the statue that represents the latest version often receives almost as much attention as the OS update itself, and Android 8.0 Oreo is no different. With that in mind, Google has posted a behind-the-scenes video showing just how the Oreo statue was designed and made.
Last year’s Galaxy Note 7 debacle is well documented, the worldwide recall of the handset left many fans of the series bitterly disappointed, and without a like-for-like upgrade path. It seems that Samsung hasn’t forgotten about previous owners of the Galaxy Note 7 though, with the Korean electronics manufacturer offering to discount the Galaxy Note 8 that launched earlier today by up to $425.
The Galaxy Note 8 has been officially launched and pre-orders are live. I repeat, pre-orders are live. As usual, there are some accessories up for grabs when you pre-order the Galaxy Note 8, both in the US as well as for users in the UK so long as you purchase the handset between August 24th and September 24th.
Samsung has just announced the Galaxy Note 8 at an Unpacked event held in New York. We’ve endured weeks of leaks and rumors but now we have the official specifications for this latest edition of the Galaxy Note series. There’s an improved S Pen, a larger Infinity display, fast wireless charging, as well as a dedicated Bixby button. The big change over the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus is the presence of dual rear cameras, both of which boast 12MP sensors and for the first time, Optical-Image-Stabilization. Hit the break for the spec sheet.
Everybody suspected it, and Google finally confirmed on Monday night that Android 8.0 would indeed be named after the Oreo biscuit. The search giant then posted a list of its partners that would have Oreo flavored hardware before the end of 2017. One name that was originally missing from the list was BlackBerry, although the company has since confirmed that its KEYone handset will receive some Oreo goodness.
The waiting is almost over, the time for leaks has come and gone. Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy Note 8 just a couple of hours from now at an Unpacked event in New York, starting at 11:00 AM ET/ 3:00 PM GMT. Just because you can’t be there in person doesn’t mean that you have to miss out because Samsung will live stream the launch event.
After weeks of leaks and rumors, today is the day that Samsung finally takes the wraps off of its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8 at an Unpacked event in New York. If you thought that the upcoming announcement would result in an end to the leaks, you are sadly mistaken. The UK retailer, Carphone Warehouse, has managed to accidentally confirm some of the Galaxy Note 8’s specifications, as well as pricing details.