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    Anyone who kept an eye on the price of the original Google Pixels will have noticed that they were seldom discounted, especially in the UK, which was a real pain for anyone waiting for the price to drop before picking one up. Only once the 2nd generation models were released did the originals finally come down substantially. We expect the Pixel 2s to follow a similar pattern, but the holidays can throw up the occasional surprise.

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  • Essential Charging Gear Gift Guide

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    As the name implies, Android Wear is simply a variation of Android specifically tailored to smartwatches. This year’s Wear 2.0 update ran on top of Android 7.0 Nougat, and while some components can be updated through the Play Store, the underlying system can only be updated through normal OTAs.

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    Given that not all displays are equal—IPS is better than TN, HDR is better than non-HDR, some people prefer LCD, others prefer OLED—a certification system for what displays can do seems overdue. The display standards body VESA has (at least partially) filled that void with the newly-announced DisplayHDR standard, which defines the abilities of display panels used in notebook PCs and monitors for desktop PCs.

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  • Oreo beta now available for Nokia 5, coming soon to Nokia 6

    HMD Global is now rolling out the Oreo beta build to the Nokia 5.

    HMD Global kicked off its Android beta program for the Nokia 8 earlier this year, stating at the time that beta firmware would be available for other devices in due course of time. The company is now delivering on its word, and is rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo beta update to the budget Nokia 5. Meanwhile, the Nokia 6 is also slated to receive a beta build shortly.

    #AndroidOreo for #Nokia5 has landed on Nokia phones beta labs! Android has never tasted sweeter.What’s more, Android 8.0 Oreo™ beta for #Nokia6 is coming soon! https://t.co/91uhqstnnm pic.twitter.com/0slgeNbfdC— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) December 12, 2017

    To get started, you’ll have to sign up for HMD’s beta labs program, and enter your device details. Once your phone is enrolled, you’ll receive beta builds as and when they’re available, and you’ll be able to provide feedback to the HMD team.

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  • Synaptics announces world’s first in-display fingerprint sensor, launching with ‘top 5’ smartphone OEM

    Bezels are about to get smaller, and buttons are about to start going away.

    One of the leading biometrics technology companies, Synaptics, has announced a big breakthrough in phone authentication: in-display fingerprint sensors. The new “Clear ID FS9500” (catchy name) fingerprint sensor is designed for smartphones with near-bezel-free displays, and provides fingerprint authentication on demand completely within the display panel itself.

    The Clear ID FS9500 sensor offers the same type of one-touch authentication we know today, but does it underneath the display glass — and it can handle a variety of situations including wet, dry and cold fingers. As you’d expect, it integrates a complete security stack with AES encryption and a variety of authentication features that companies can choose from. Seeing as it otherwise works the same as a dedicated hardware sensor, one of the great features of this in-display solution is that it can be turned on and off at will, meaning that unli…

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