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Google begins enabling RCS messaging for all Android users in the U.S.

Just a few weeks after T-Mobile and the other major U.S. carriers announced plans to launch their own RCS messaging service in 2020, Google says that it’s starting its own RCS push in the U.S. Starting today, Google will begin broadly pushing RCS (Rich Communication Services) messaging to all Android users in the U.S. Android users that already have Google’s Messages app installed should get a notification to enable RCS chat features in the coming … [read full article]

T-Mobile Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL won’t support RCS ‘at this time’

When T-Mobile launched the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3 earlier this year, it said that the new phones won’t support RCS messaging, and it looks like that’ll be the case with the Pixel 4, too. A T-Mobile support representative has said that the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL won’t support RCS messaging at launch. This was in response to a Twitter user who asked if the Pixel 4 would support universal RCS on T-Mobile. … [read full article]

Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL official with dual rear cameras, and they’re coming to T-Mobile

After leaking more times than we could count, Google’s Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are now official, and they’re coming to T-Mobile. One of the major new features of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL is on the back of the phones. Google has opted for a dual rear camera setup on its new Pixel phones for the first time, going with a standard 12.2MP snapper with f/1.7 aperture and a 16MP telephoto cam with … [read full article]

T-Mobile Pixel 4 teased by John Legere

The Pixel 4 appears to have been confirmed for T-Mobile ahead of tomorrow’s announcement, and the source is one you may not have expected: T-Mo’s own CEO. T-Mobile CEO John Legere teased the Pixel 4 during yesterday’s Slow Cooker Sunday broadcast. In two images posted to Twitter advertising the cooking show, we can see several Pixel 4 phones hanging out on Legere’s counters, and there are Pixel 4s littered throughout the actual Slow Cooker Sunday broadcast … [read full article]

Google Pixel 4 leaks continue as official renders surface

After appearing in hands-on videos a few weeks ago, the Pixel 4 has now shown itself in another kind of leak. Official-looking renders of the Pixel 4 have made their way online. Shared by Evan Blass, they give us a clear look at the black version of Google’s upcoming phone. The top bezel is home to a selfie camera and various sensors for Soli gestures, and there’s a visible bottom bezel, too. Around back is the … [read full article]

New Pixel 4 XL videos give a clear look at Google’s upcoming flagship

The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL aren’t expected to be announced for another month or so, but today we’re getting a clear look at Google’s new flagship hardware thanks to some hands-on videos. First up, a high-quality hands-on video shows off the white Pixel 4 XL with dual rear cameras and an orange power button. The video from AnhEm TV is in Vietnamese but the Pixel 4 XL’s software is in English, so we … [read full article]

Android 10 is rolling out to Google Pixel phones today

Android 10 has arrived. Google has launched Android 10 to the public after months of beta testing, and Pixel phones are the first to get it. That means if you’ve got a Google Pixel, including the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3a that are now on T-Mobile’s shelves, you should be on the lookout for an update to Android 10 in the coming days. If you don’t feel like waiting, you can also check for the … [read full article]

Pixel 4 leaks out in clear photos

Following a couple of teasers from Google, we may be getting a full look at the Pixel 4 in the flesh. A couple of photos that may show the Pixel 4 have leaked out, giving a clear glimpse at both the front and back of the device. The images were discovered by¬†XDA-Developers in the messaging app Telegram, and in them we can see the front of the Pixel 4 with a slimmer chin than its predecessor. … [read full article]

Android 10 is the official name of Android Q

Google today revealed the official name for Android Q, and it may be different than what you were expecting. Android 10 is the official name of the Android Q release. Google is abandoning the dessert names it’s used for every Android release up until now, and the company has a reason for it that’s not “We weren’t able to come up with a good ‘Q’ dessert.” Google says that its Android dessert names weren’t always … [read full article]