Last week from an announcement if you’re aware of the fact that theOreo update has started landing on Android Wear devices, What’s still missing is what are the names of the devices are getting it. Fortunately, As the Google has everything to do with it so is pretty much involved, and now officially unveiled the list.
All of the names in the list include the LG Watch, Fossil Q Venture, Sport, Louise Vuitton Tambour, Michael Kors Sofie, and Montblanc Summit.
On the top of that, the company has also brought out the list of wearables that will be receiving the update in the coming time. It’s a lengthy list holding names like Casio WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor Watch, Casio PRO TREK Smart WSD-F20, Emporio Armani Connected, Diesel Full Guard, and Fossil Q Control.
Some other titles include Huawei Watch 2, Guess Connect, Hugo BOSS BOSS Touch, Michael Kors Access Bradshaw, LG Watch Style, Michael Kors Access Dylan, MIsfit Vapor, Michael Kors Access Grayson, and Polar M600.
Google has appeared with an official response on some of the significant Pixel 2 screen issues that came to light recently. Speaking about the screen burn-in problem – which is connected to as differential aging by the company – the search giant says the decay characteristics of the Pixel 2 XL display “are like OLED panels used in similar products.”
Google also says their studies into the burn-in issue unveiled that “the differential aging is in line with that of other premium smartphones and should not affect the normal, day-to-day user experience of the Pixel 2 XL.”
The firm, however, said updates that will be rolled out in coming future would further optimize the software that’s used to safeguard the user experience and maximize the growth of the OLED display.
On the subject of color saturation (there were rumors that the display is not as vibrant as other smartphones), the company states there’s already an option in Pixel 2 phones to boost colors by 10% for a more opulent (vivid) look. Also, a new software update – evolving out next few weeks – will append a new mode for more saturated colors.
Finally, Google has also extended the warranty on Pixel 2 smartphones (both new and existing) to two years. “To give users the sense of relief, every Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will now come with a 2-year warranty worldwide,” the company says. The length of the Preferred Care program, however, hasn’t been extended.
Ever since we received the information that the free/unlimited original-quality photos and videos storage for Pixel 2 buyers owns a time limitation (the agreement ends 2020), Some people with primary Pixels have been staring if there’s any similar limit for their smartphones.
Thankfully, Google has now officially verified that there’s no such limitation with former-gen Pixel phones.
For those who aren’t informed, Google’s Photos cloud-storage service lets users save their photos/videos in two forms: original and HQ quality. Whereas high-quality storage period is lifetime free, those apt for original quality have to pay after a set deadline of storage is consumed.
So for a reason, Google offered a far better deal with original Pixels, on the subject of cloud storage, and it’s good that the company has now officially cleared the air on this.
Google Photos has spanned yet another milestone. The app’s listing on Play Store shows that it has been installed greater than 1 billion times. As This happened, nearly two years after the app came into light.
Recently, while this year’s I/O conference, the Mountain View, the California-based company reported that the Google Photos app has beyond 500 million monthly active users, an increment of 300 million compared to last year.
Google is also uniformly appending new features to the app. later this week, the company updated a new Archive feature that allows users hide certain pictures from the main view of the app.