Google’s foldable Pixel will have a 5.8-inch exterior display

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-Trix-, 16 hours ago“”apple-like stability” lmao have you ever read any Apple tech news or forums after… moreThe same could be said about the Pixel 6 series. I currently have a P6P and other than mediocre battery life (just expecting better from a 5000mAh battery) there’s no no serious problems that I encountered.

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I have a google pixel 6 pro. No problem. Some people complain about the fingerprint sensor and I didn’t have any issues at first. But then I realized that you just have to lightly press your finger on the screen. Don’t push it too hard. Works perfectly every time now. The only thing that Google hasn’t done well in my opinion is keeping it simple for people who love Apple products because they’re very simple, anything advanced they’ll think it’s a bug or will not understand how to use it. It’s just a fact. The best example of this is that they should leave the three buttons at the bottom of the screen instead of having gestures as the default option on newer Google phones. Even though it can be changed, many people don’t realize it.

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Google phones have poor battery life and even shorter foldable phones, so unless they’re doing something drastic, that’s no from me

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you must be in pain, 10 hours agoOnePlus downhill?? Blame Oppo.Really? I thought Carl Pei was the start of his landslide after he left.

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3PLE8, 11 hours agoYou have practically torchlit what I have in mind. We all know that iOS is much more optimized… moreOnePlus downhill?? Blame Oppo.

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neo, 16 hours agoInteresting UDP camera mechanism, but I guess this kind of mechanism will make the phone … moreThere will be no under-screen camera as this is the first version. Companies save it for later versions, they won’t launch it on the first version.

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-Trix-, 16 hours ago“”apple-like stability” lmao have you ever read any Apple tech news or forums after… moreYou have practically torchlit what I have in mind. We all know that iOS is much more optimized than Android. Android fans grit their teeth when Apple receives praise for what it does well. Suffice it to say, no technology product is bug-free, but the ability to tackle those bugs in time is what matters. Hence their unparalleled consistency and stability. Even Samsung does it well to some extent than Google. Oneplus was good but degraded after a few iterations.

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Leo zh m, 20 hours agoGoogle Foldable is going to hit a market. Unlike the foldable Samsung. Google offers a clear camera that… moreThe rest is substandard, much better with Samsung exynos processor and feature rich fully loaded with full specs with Touchwiz than those empty features.

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Wicked ugly curved edges.
Will wait for version 2 or mk3, when it comes to rectangular sharp edges like ZTE40 ULTRA and s22ultra design.

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1500 eur for a gimmick with scratchable screen by nail then 900 for repair.
No thanks.
Rather will stick with 200-400 eur bar phones that does the same stuff as any other 800-1500 eur device.

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Please Google release this awesome foldable!

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Interesting UDP camera mechanism, but I guess this kind of mechanism will make the phone a bit thicker.

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isreal, 19 hours ago“apple-like stability” lmao have you ever read apple tech news or forums after you have… more“”Apple-like stability”lmao have you ever read any tech news or Apple forums after releasing ANY new OS update? Pure disaster every time. And it applies the same to iOS, iPadOS and macOS.”

This paints a very bad picture of the situation. Remember that hundreds of millions of people are updating their devices. Also keep in mind that Apple has a very active support page where everyone can congregate to report bugs etc. Also, remember that every bug in Apple devices will have a title.

If your idea of ​​the stability of Apple devices based on what you read online were true, hardly anyone would use Apple devices. The reality is very different. Most are unaffected by these bugs.

I remember when I bought my first iPhone it was the iPhone 3GS almost everyone told me why would you buy it people have so many problems with it It looks like a really bad phone Based on what reads online, I was also scared as this was my first Apple device. Oh my god I was wrong, I used this phone until the iPhone 5s arrived with no issues.

You have to own the product to understand it, don’t blindly believe everything you read online.

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isreal, 19 hours ago“apple-like stability” lmao have you ever read apple tech news or forums after you have… moreIt’s just because everyone gets the update when it’s released, which then creates a huge influx of reports at the same time. When did you receive the latest version of Android right after it was released on a non-Pixel phone? Most companies need half a year, some 8 months, some even up to a full year and all issues span longer periods. Not to mention that issues are fragmented across all the different vendors over different time periods based on their releases. Have you checked everyone’s forums and support pages?

Also, it has never been so awful and most things have always been dealt with quickly and as far as I can tell never happened again.

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3PLE8, 23 hours agoGoogle, please resolve your software issues. It is riddled with bugs. We want apple-like stability… more“apple-like stability” lmao have you ever read any tech news or apple forums after releasing ANY new OS update? Pure disaster every time. And this applies equally to iOS, iPadOS and macOS.

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Google Foldable is going to hit a market.
Unlike the foldable Samsung.
Google offers clear camera quality.

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If regular always comes full of trouble, imagine foldable.
It’s not going to last 6 months.

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Reads like Find N2 with Google Stock support. Design and technology are all things that BBK/OPPO have

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Anonymous, 04 May 2022Oppo Find N with a Google logo?not at all

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Anonymous, 04 May 2022Oppo Find N with a Google logo?It’s what I’ve wanted since the Find N came out. I want to be able to use my device with one hand when the phone is closed.

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