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T-Mobile will continue as Odido, and Google has postponed the release of Android 14. This is the most important Android news of the week.
T-Mobile becomes Odido: 11 questions and answers
The big news this week is the repositioning of providers T-Mobile and Tele2 Mobiel. Both providers will continue as Odido. Odido is an independent Dutch brand that uses the slogan “It can also be done differently.” The company aims to provide better customer service than other mobile providers in the Netherlands.
The provider states that it wants to listen better to customer demands and prioritize the human aspect. If you currently have a mobile subscription with T-Mobile or Tele2 Mobiel, there will be no changes for now.
→ Everything about Odido explained
Google delays Android 14 release and refreshes Android logo
We will have to wait a little longer for the release of Android 14. The new Android version was expected to be released this week, but Google postponed it at the last minute.
It now appears that Google is launching the latest Android version at the same time as the announcement of the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. These smartphones will be officially showcased to the world on October 4. Normally, operating system versions are rolled out before the release of the latest Pixel phones.
→ Android 14 will appear later (and this is the new logo)
Motorola unveils Moto G54: this is the new midranger
The Motorola Moto G54 has been officially announced. The device is now available in China but will most likely also be released in the Benelux region later. This affordable smartphone succeeds the Moto G53 from earlier this year and has better specifications on paper. Let’s go through the most important features.
Motorola equips the Moto G54 with a 6.5-inch screen with a high refresh rate of 120Hz. An important improvement is that the display has a resolution of 2400 by 1080 pixels.
→ Motorola Moto G54 officially announced
Samsung Galaxy Tab A9: cheap tablet becomes much faster
It’s no secret that Samsung is planning to release a new affordable tablet, but little is known about the device’s specifications. Now we know which processor is in the tablet. The tablet is said to have the MediaTek Helio G99 chip, which is commonly used in Android tablets.
The processor is over a year old and is specifically aimed at gaming. This means that the Galaxy Tab A9 is likely to be significantly more powerful than Samsung’s current budget tablets. The Galaxy Tab A8 (from 2021) has a relatively slow Unisoc processor.
→ Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 gets new processor
These are the prices of the Google Pixel 8 (Pro)
To get straight to the point, the Google Pixel 8 may cost around 150 euros more than its predecessor. While the Pixel 7 with 128GB has a recommended retail price of 649 euros, the Pixel 8 will soon cost at least 799 euros. Its big brother, the Pixel 8 Pro, will cost a minimum of 1099 euroswhich is 200 euros more expensive than the Pixel 7 Pro.
Of course, the smartphones also come in variants with more storage. For example, there is a Pixel 8 with 256GB of storage space for 859 eurosand the Pixel 8 Pro with 256GB or 512GB will cost 1159 and
Source: Android Planet