I wonder if they can price any soon-to-be-announced products competitively. Primarily I'm interested in Pixel Tablet. It's been ages since I had a tablet, would be interesting to give it another shot since it comes from Google themselves
AgeNtSaRcAs, 9 hours agoAndroid 11 has lesser restrictions? How? (Genuinely asking)Well, there's the Restricted Settings for sideloaded apps, background services restrictions and then some. Although of course A12/13 has it's pluses, I still prefer A11.
Most people look forward to the Pixel 7a and the Pixel Fold, but I'm more interested in the Pixel Tablet. I'm curious about its accessories.
KondriX, 07 May 2023Android 14 is here but I still prefer Android 11, it just looks better for me and not so many ... moreAgreed. Material Design was the last really good-looking stock Android UI before Google totally ruined it with Material You. I still use it from time to time on my OnePlus 6T and it’s my favorite Android design language thus far.
I expected more from 7a 🙄
FYI to anyone who actually wants to watch: The event does start at 10am PT, but that's actually 5pm UTC, not 2pm.
How boring technology in general has become!
this year's event will lack of any revolutionary or evolutionary device or software...google is entering too late in the foldable & tablet market and there is no huge upgrades expected for Android 14...what a boring year for "leader brands" !!!!!!
Lol thats pretty cool wireless charging on the Tab.
Crap Bard AI which will not come to phones at all and some new features which will never see the light of the day
Litterary nothing is worth nmoney they asking for honestly.
Fold by google like any other fold is nothing just an useless gimmick where main screen is a dealbreaker since its first thing to get cracked even on accidental zero damage which even a 10 eur worth nokia 105 could withstand with ease.
Thus to my honest words.
still waiting for working updates and being able to uninstall, google sees users as fools, not good
As I stated before, buying devices from google, especially right after they're released, means you are paying a premium to become their public testers.
Just make it stable and smooth.
Android 14 is here but I still prefer Android 11, it just looks better for me and not so many restrictions, plus it's lighter.