The latest gossip pins Google's Pixel 2 unveiling to October 5, a month away. We've heard that there will be two sizes, like last year, and that it may get features like a squeezable frame, slimmer bezels and Android Oreo, Google's next software. When the Pixel 2 hits, it'll face stiff competition from other flagship phones, such as the Galaxy Note 8, LG V30 and the 10th-anniversary iPhone on September 12 (which could be called the iPhone 8, iPhone Edition, or iPhone X). With premium phones like these arriving before the Pixel 2 is announced, Google will have to pull off some serious tricks to get people to hold out for its phone.
Qualcomm declined to comment, Google did not respond to a request for comment, The rumor that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL could come with a Snapdragon 836 chip is now under attack, New reports are quashing rumors that the Pixel 2 will have an all-new, even faster processor than the Galaxy S8 and OnePlus 5, The new chip, speculated to be the Snapdragon 836, was said to be an improved version of the Snapdragon 835, dinosaurs iphone case similar to how Qualcomm upped the Snapdragon 820 with the 821, The latest reports, from XDA Developers and Android Police, suggest that the 836 rumor is overblown and that Google's next phone will use Qualcomm's 835 chip, Android Police also uses an FCC filing to support that an 835 processor makes sense..
"With traveling and many other things in life, the farther you go, the less you need," says Noah Strycker, a 31-year-old professional bird guide. He should know: He birded every day of 2015 around the world for a 6,042-species record, carrying everything he needed in a modestly sized backpack. That handy field guide can be on your phone. A $20 mobile app may seem expensive when most of us think twice about spending $5 at an app store, but bird guides are packed with carefully prepared data. That includes high-resolution photos or illustrations, range maps showing where birds live and migrate, and recordings of songs and calls.
Here are some options worth considering, all available on iOS and Android, dinosaurs iphone case Merlin Bird ID: This free app from the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology is a great starting point, Many bird books begin with daunting plumage diagrams — quick, what's the difference between a bird's tertials and its greater secondary coverts? Merlin begins with "Where did you see the bird?" and offers your phone's current location as the top option, A few other simple questions about the bird's color and size, and Merlin will present a list of possibilities along with photos, descriptions and recorded songs..
The Merlin Bird ID app, from Cornell University's Laboratory of Ornithology, asks easy questions to zero in on a particular bird. It's helpful and instructive, too. More impressively, Merlin Bird ID also can identify a photo, either freshly taken or uploaded from your phone's archive. It's nearly impossible to get a good bird photo directly with a phone camera, but you can take a photo of your camera's screen or even the view through your binoculars. It worked well with my own photos, including blurred images.
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