Samsung is hosting an Unpacked event today, and during that event it’s going to unveil its newest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 10+. But the company has already made the phones officially official.
Google is working on a successor to the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, a handset that will more than likely be unveiled in October later this year. Before that happens, though, the rumor mill has to do its thing, revealing details one by one. But it turns out Google wants to do things a bit differently this year.
Google has abruptly pulled Huawei’s Android license, effectively forcing the Chinese company to use an open-source version of Android without popular Google services like Play Store, Gmail and YouTube.