If you are not satisfied with your browsers like Siri or Google then you can now avail Microsoft’s Cortana on your Android smartphone. As the IOS version throngs in the app stores thereby increasing the working of the Cortana on Windows 10 and other devices.
You can use Cortana handsets just by saying “Hey Cortana”. News updates and weather updates is also provided by this app. If the system is updated then it provides you with the right kind of knowledge. The framework of the app is now disentangled. Consumers using Cortana on their Windows 10 phones should be aware that Cortana is now synchronized with all other devices connected with it. Therefore all your personal information and data will now be seen on your computer and Xbox. Xbox has come up in the market when Xbox One has been bought in by the organization.
Cortana was released at the Microsoft Build 2016 with CEO Satya Nadella proclaiming that bots will be seen as fresh apps. Bot Alexa from Amazon has been there since the announcement has been made. In around the month of October Cortana made an entry into the android smartphones.
Your attention will be bought in order to see how Cortana holds its image in front of the other Google aids when compared with them. For example, when you use Google Pixel Cortana acts as a very important tool. It answers perfectly to questions asked by you. All the questions are answered in the right way. Even your voice will be easily picked up even if you are in a chaotic room. As IOS and the Android phones consist of built in personal aids there would not be space for another one. The phones with such operating system might not support apps that needs to be downloaded and used through a different app.
Google has unveiled two new flagship phones dumping the Nexus in favour of the Pixel. Just like Apple, Google controlled both the software and hardware and in this case Android Nougat 7.0. Here’s all you need to know about Google’s new iPhone 7 competitors:
UK Release date:
According to Google, the phones’ pre-order started on 4th October in the UK and it will be available in shops from 20th October.
The Pixel is quite similar to the iPhone 6 albeit it comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Both the Pixel and the Pixel XL feature USB-C charging port and are having 4GB of RAM. Both phones boast a 12MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera.
The internal storage might be either 32GB or 128GB; however, the Pixel users will be having unlimited storage for images and videos via Google Photos app.
Unlike Apple’s iPhone 7, Google has kept the 3.5mm headphone jack in place.
Both the Pixel and the Pixel XL featuring an edge-to-edge display and the same design like previous year’s Nexus 6P.
Both Pixel phones are already powered by Android Nougat 7.0 and also are coming with pre-installed Google’s FaceTime-style app Duo and AI-powered assistant Allo.
The live cases of Google can be customised with your preferred images and places, and also unique designs from photographers like Chris Hadfield, Canadian astronaut, and artists like Justin Maller.
The Pixel XL features a 5.5-inch screen with a 2,560 x 1,440 AMOLED display along with a Quad-core Qualcomm processor. It is also backed by a 3,450mAh battery.
The smaller 5-inch Pixel sports full HD AMOLED display along with a smaller 2,770mAh battery, and Quad-core 2.0GHz 64-bit processor.
Google’s new flagship phones are a good alternative to Apple’s iPhone 7. So, if you want to use something good from Android, then you can definitely opt for either Pixel or the Pixel XL.