It's an odd way to improve battery life, but if you're still carrying around headphone dongles in your pocket, this is probably worth the upgrade.
The same goes for Google's stock Android-powered Pixel smartphone family, although if it makes you feel any better, the Pixel 3 and 3 XL will (obviously) come with a USB Type-C port each, supporting a new type of headphone adapter. On top of that, Google just sent out invites for a similar event in Paris, for the same date, which suggests Google has big plans for its Pixel 3 phones. But now Google is raising the value support up to $12 as its introduces a fresh mannequin of adapter which is smaller and more vital than its predecessor.
Google has officially announced that its next "Made by Google" event will take place on October 3 in New York City. However, there are said to be some improvements. It's additionally ever-so-a dinky bit smaller than the 2017 adapter, measuring in at 3.67 in. long, Zero.forty six in. extensive, and Zero.3 in. colossal, and weighing accurate Zero.17g. As well as making a previously back-breaking 5.3g cable a feather-light 4.9g, Google has managed to improve its performance too.
At first, Google charged a stunning $20 for the adapter on its own, but quickly lowered the price down to $9 to match Apple's own adapter when consumers (understandably) revolted. The store listing, however, says that it works best with "Pixel and other devices running Android P or higher". Not to mention, you also get the option of choosing a different color.
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