Does Google’s latest Android-native flagship reach its full potential?
After months of delays and leaks, Google has finally announced a successor to the mid-tier smartphone so good it made flagships look bad.
One of the Pixel 4's coolest features - an on-board assistant that's faster and capable of interacting with Android apps - won't come to Australian consumers after the device launches.
If you were expecting a delay between the announcement of the Google Pixel 3a and Google Pixel 3a XL, you'll be delighted to learn that both budget-friendly Pixel phones are already available in Australia.
Google has officially begun laying the groundwork for the arrival of their next set of Google Pixel smartphones.
Google has finally rolled out their Night Sight to the Pixel camera via a software update.
Modern mid-tier smartphone shoppers are getting more for less more often than ever before.
Moment to moment, the Pixel 4a seems to do a great job of making it feel like you aren’t missing out by spending less on a new phone.
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We took both devices out to Terrey Hills, NSW to see how they fare against one another in extremely low-light conditions and to give the Pixel’s exciting new Astro mode a proper test.
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