In a bizarre Pixel 5a ad, Google teases Apple and Jony Ive

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That said, considering the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro probably won’t come with a headphone jack, this feels just a little ironic. But hey, marketing departments have gotta do their jobs. Although the Google Pixel 6 isn’t the most powerful phone on the market, its new Tensor processor boosts its photo-taking powers above those of competitors. While it lacks a telephoto lens and has mediocre battery life, it’s a huge phone with a 6.4-inch display, a revolutionary new design, and a price that can beat comparable Android phones – albeit carrier-specific models may be more expensive. While Google’s new Tensor chipset doesn’t completely reinvent the wheel, it does enable the handset’s picture software to generate some of the greatest shots we’ve seen from a phone, as our Google Pixel 6 review will reveal.

Napier Lopez is a New York City-based writer. He is fascinated by all things relating to technology, science, and photography, and enjoys yo-yoing in his spare time (show all). The Pixel 5a is an excellent phone. There’s also a headphone jack on it. This is something Google really wants you to know. I’m going to give you the most emotional description of a 3.5mm orifice you’ll ever witness. And I’m loving every minute of it. Apple vibrations are strong. Is it possible to hire a Jony Ive mimic to do each Pixel ad? Thanks.



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