Olixar have done it again. The hard-working team at the case-making company have unveiled more cases ahead of schedule, shedding some much-needed light on the design of the long-awaited Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Let’s take a closer look at the cases in question, and see what we can glean from these renders.
Out of the box, the OnePlus 3 and many other Android smartphones don’t support the aptX codecs for streaming high-quality audio over Bluetooth. That’s because phone makers need to pay a license fee to use the technology, and for most it’s not worth the investment.
However, most phones with a Qualcomm chipset already have the hardware support they need; they just require some proprietary drivers to activate their latent aptX support. Those drivers have now been produced, and made into an easy-to-install file. Here’s how to get started.
Google’s Pixel phones continue to grow more popular, and we’re adding new cases and accessories to meet demand. We recently added a line of stylish and protective cases from Caseology — take a look!
Got a new Google Pixel? How about an HTC 10 or an Xperia XZ? Maybe even the OnePlus 3 or LG G5? All of these Android phones come with USB-C ports, replacing the older Micro USB standard.
The new connector allows new possibilities — faster charging, reversible cables — but also requires new accessories. Here are six of our most popular USB-C accessories, including docks, car chargers, cables and more.
From the front the new Google Pixel phones are pretty nondescript, but on the back they’re more interesting thanks to a glass panel that gives them a two-tone look. If you want to embrace this look rather than hide it away, here are four two-tone Pixel and Pixel XL cases that’ll match the phone perfectly!