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Google has discontinued the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL

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Google is no longer selling its landmark Pixel 3 and 3 XL phones, the company confirmed with Android Police. If you enter the old Pixel 3 listing you'll get the home page instead and it no longer appears in the product carousel. Meanwhile, the carrier/configuration section shows the devices as "out of stock." A Google spokesperson confirmed the changes with Android Police, saying its online store has sold out its entire inventory of Pixel 3 devices. The only phones you can find now are the 5.7-inch Pixel 4 for $799 and the $899 Pixel 4 XL. The Pixel 3 and 3 XL were key phones for Google, introducing its new camera technology like Night Sight, Top Shot and Photobooth. Despite a few flaws, it produced the best smartphone photos around when it launched in 2017. While these devices have effectively been put out to pasture, users should still get Android updates for the foreseeable future. Source: https://ift.tt/3dE8E2p

The Pixel 4a surfaces in new leaked live images

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Google's new fabric case also makes an appearance here. What you need to know Google's Pixel 4a has leaked in live images. The new images show up the Pixel 4a's pinhole camera, fingerprint sensor, and camera bump. They also show off its new fabric case. Google's Pixel 4a has leaked onto the internet again, this time, it's posing for the camera. In a series of images originally posted on reddit as screenshots from a private Facebook group, we catch our first glimpse of Google's 2020 midrange handset alongside the accompanying fabric case. As a caveat, it is worth noting that while the mage is from a source that's not one of the usual ones, it does look like a legitimate image with no markings or distortions that out it as a photoshop, mockup, or other fabrication at this point in time. When we look at the pictures, there are few surprises here, it looks like we'd expect. The squared off camera bump from the Pixel 4 is here, and we have

How to download the latest WhatsApp beta for Android

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WhatsApp's latest features show up in the beta app a month before they're rolled out to the general public. If you want to be the first to try out the latest WhatsApp features, here's how to download the WhatsApp beta app. Products used in this guide Level up: Google Pixel 3a XL ($420 at Amazon) How to download the latest WhatsApp beta for Android Usually, it takes about a month for a new feature to make its way from the beta client over to the public build. That was the case with the dark mode, and any new feature or UI change that WhatsApp is planning on rolling out will make its way to the beta channel first. If you're unwilling to wait for a particular feature to go live in the public channel, you can always download the beta app. WhatsApp runs an official beta program on the Play Store , but that has been full for over a year and isn't taking new beta testers. Your best option instead is to sideload the latest beta APK and install the app. I'

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