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  • Google acknowledges Pixel 2 XL display issue, is ’actively investigating’

    If you keep your eye on Android news, and particularly if you have any interest in Google’s latest hardware, it will be no surprise to you that the screen on the Pixel 2 XL isn’t perfect. While every other aspect of the phone has received pretty much universal praise, the LG-made POLED display panel has been incredibly divisive.

    Several different complaints have been reported, ranging from a blue tint when viewing the screen at an angle, screen burn-in or image retention, lines of dead or colored pixels, low light graininess, dull (if accurate) color profile, light bleed, and even a strange shadow arc.

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    Google acknowledges Pixel 2 XL display issue, is ’actively investigating’ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Common Movies Anywhere problems and how to fix them

    Movies Anywhere is a new and growing service, and it isn’t anywhere near perfect yet. Here are the issues and bugs with Movies Anywhere and how to deal with them.

    Movies Anywhere is a service that allows you to get all your digital movies from participating studios on the major platforms. This allows us Android users to free our digital movies from iTunes purgatory and allows multi-platform users to get their movies on all their devices. It’s a great idea, but it’s a new service, and as with all new services, Movies Anywhere has bugs and issues that it’s trying to work out. Here are the current issues facing Movies Anywhere.

    My movies aren’t showing up

    Movies Anywhere was originally Disney Movies Anywhere, just for Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars movies. Now, Disney has managed to talk other major studios to joining them on this venture, but it’s a long way away from getting every studio onboard. These are the studios currently supported on Disney Movies Anywhere:

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  • Noisy Pixel 2? High-pitched sound and clicking issue surfaces

    Cases of high pitched sounds and clicking emanating from Google Pixel 2 devices are being reported. Here’s why this is happening and some possible solutions.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Sony Xperia XZ Premium is getting Android 8.0 Oreo starting today

    A few days ago, Sony Xperia XZ Premium owners may have seen news about the promised Android 8.0 Oreo release for their phone. According to Xperia Blog, Sony in Japan confirmed that the update would be coming in December, which fell in line in line wit…

  • Beware: The Pixel 2 XL could have screen burn-in problems

    Google is actively investigating reports of possible screen burn-in on Pixel 2 XL units. Get the details here.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 shows up at TENAA with 5.99-inch 18:9 display

    Xiaomi’s upcoming budget phone will feature an 18:9 display with thin bezels.

    The Redmi Note 4 turned out to be one of the most popular devices in the budget segment this year, and it looks like Xiaomi is all set to announce a successor. A phone bearing model number MEE7 has made its way through TENAA, and the device in question is likely to be the Redmi Note 5. Based on the images in the listing, Xiaomi is looking to switch to an 18:9 display with thin bezels for its upcoming budget phone.

    The design itself at the back looks very similar to that of the Redmi Note 4, and while we’ve seen Xiaomi introduce dual cameras in the budget segment with the Mi A1, it looks like the Redmi Note 5 will feature a single rear camera.

    The TENAA listing also gives us a detailed look at the specs, with the Redmi Note 5 set to feature a 5.99-inch FHD+ display with a resolution of 2160 x 1080, 3GB/4GB of RAM, 32GB and 64GB storage options, microSD slot, hybrid dual SIM card slot, 12MP camera at the…

  • Essential Phone gets a $200 price drop to $499

    The Essential Phone now has a more palatable starting price.

    The Essential Phone didn’t have an easy go of things in its first few weeks on the market. Lauded for its incredible industrial design, the phone’s software was barebones to a fault and its camera was criticized for its slow speed, poor low-light performance, and lack of features.

    Now months later, Essential’s marketing department peep-quiet, the phone has received numerous updates, many of which have improved the overall software experience while adding much-needed camera usability. It’s not perfect, but it’s a heck of a lot better than when we reviewed it in late August.

    Starting today, though, it’s going to be easier to justify purchasing Essential’s first hardware product: it’s receiving a $200 price cut to $499 on the company’s website, and existing buyers will get a Friends & Family coupon worth the same amount towards a new Essential Phone or a 360-degree camera add-on. From the company’s blog:

    At Essentia…

  • Essential Phone gets a permanent price drop to $499

    Besides the poor camera performance, perhaps the biggest complaint with the Essential Phone was the price. While the phone definitely had a premium design with a good software experience, the $700 asking price was a sore point for potential buyers. No…

  • Five reasons to pick up South Park: The Fractured but Whole

    The boys of South Park return with a new combat system and the same bad taste.

    Yes, the original release date was announced for December 2016 but we can all rest easy now that South Park: The Fractured but Whole has been released. Three years after the release of South Park: The Stick of Truth the adoring public have a whole new set of adventures to go on with the kids from Colorado.

    It probably goes without saying that anyone who is a diehard South Park fan has already ran out and scooped up a copy, but what about the rest of us? Is it worth your sixty dollars (more or less) and is it worth your twenty hours of game time (more or less)? Let’s take a look at five reasons why you might want to put South Park: The Fractured but Whole on your to-play list.

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    It really is like playing an episode of the show

    Perhaps your time is at a premium and you would love to watch South Park AND play a game. Well, this is your chance. South Park: The Fractured but Whole is a pretty…

  • Before you buy the Google Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, check out these alternatives

    If you’re thinking about buying the latest phones from Google, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, consider these other options first.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

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