Welcome to Alphabet City.
This is the show that covers everything to do with Alphabet.
Alphabet happens to own lots of companies, like X, Wing, Waymo, and Google.
I'm your guide, Iyaz Akhtar, and you are the excellent audience.
Today we're talking about Galaxy note 10 drone delivery.
Your comments and more but first up is of to Pixel park.
Google has some kind of announcement set for May 7th.
That would be the same day as the start of Google AO.
On the same page where the company is promoting its new avengers AR pack.
A massage reads on May 7th something big is coming to the Pixel universe People are thinking this could mean the Pixel 3a and 3aXL.
A few hours before Google's announcement, this tweet by Stephen Hall of 9-5 Google said, he'd seen evidence that the Pixel 3a would hit the Google store on May 7th.
That seems about right.
If you're curious about the Avengers: Endgame pack, Google says it's available now in Playground.
The demo video shows off taking pictures of Iron Man and Captain America, along with a tease of a little-known movie, Avengers: Endgame.
Nine to five Google dug into a beta version of the Google app.
Inside they found what could be the code names for the Pixel 4 and the 4XL.
The 4 would be Coral, a name that has popped up before in benchmarks.
Google Coral had a snapdragon 855 processor and six gigs of RAM.
Then there's the four X L, which is known as flame or flame angel fish.
Google phones have had code names matching sea life for a while now.
Let's go to Galaxy Gateway.
There's a new report by E T news that says there will be.
4 Galaxy Note 10 models.
ETNews has a pretty good track record when it comes to Samsung reports.
There would be two LTE models, one would have a 6.28 inch screen, the other would have a 6.75 inch screen.
The smaller one would have three rear cameras, the larger For.
The other two would be 5G models, but essentially be the same otherwise.
The ET news report says that Samsung found success with the various versions of the Galaxy S10.
And it's applying the same strategy to the Note.
How Samsung named the different notes reliable liquor ice universe tweeted this note 10 Pro.
Now that seems possible Samsung does have a Chromebook Pro.
In actual phone news.
Samsung introduced the world to the Samsung Galaxy A80.
This is a mid-range phone with Samsung's new infinity display.
On the front there are no notches or cut outs.
The front camera is actually the rear camera.
Let this video explain.
The back camera assembly slides up and then flips towards the front.
This is actually pretty nuts.
The camera unit has a 48 megapixel shooter as well as an.
8 megapixel ultra wide camera.
here are the other specs, it's got a 6.7 Amoled screen, 8 gigs of RAM, and 128 gig of storage.
It also has an on-screen finger print scanner.
Pricing and availability is not yet known.
In the past, Samsung has said it would put new features in midrange phones.
Before it would hit the flagships.
The first Infinity O display and phone with four rear cameras showed up on Samsung's A line first.
CNET's Jess Dolcourt speculates that this could be a more conservative approach by Samsung.
Test out new features on mid-tier phones Then graduate them up when they work onto uptown update.
Wing is cleared to operate delivery drone service in Australia, Wing has been testing its tech in Australia since 2014.
Now what will wing drones deliver the company says its partnering with businesses to provide food and drinks over the counter pharmacy items and locally made coffee and chocolate.
And for those of you who don't know, Wing is under the Alphabet umbrella, after spinning out of Alphabet's X company.
A report by BuzzFeed news says that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have not attended any of Google's weekly town hall meetings This year.
These meetings allow Google employees to ask questions.
The report says Page and Brin have attended the meetings for years either together or separately.
YouTube is getting into interactive videos kind of like Netflix's Bandersnatch.
The interactive arm will be headed by Ben Relles.
Relles previously served as the head of YouTube unscripted programming.
YouTube TV has raised its price from forty bucks per month to fifty bucks per month.
The service picked up Discovery Channels and HDTV.
If you're billed through Apple, you get to pay fifty five bucks per month.
If you're feeling Epic, you can get Epix for six extra bucks per month.
If you get YouTube TV, you get over seventy networks Three Concord streams and six accounts per household.
The price change went into effect on April 10th.
Current subscribers will see the new price in the first billing cycle after May 13th.
On to Comment Cover.
This is the part of the show where we shine the spotlight at the most amazing audience in the world You.
In the last episode I asked, who is the Palmphone for?
TangoFox says, the Palmphone is for parents who have children and are not buying their child a flagship phone.
We also talked about pricing out a Galaxy phone replacement.
You combined a smart phone with a tablet and a laptop since there's a [UNKNOWN] experience What would it cost?
With my very conservative estimate, I came up with the price of $1250.
Hector says, your math was wrong when trying to compare the fold to an all in one, if you take into account that it's a premium phone so it shouldn't be compared conservatively.
The price would be more likely S10 5G variant Which make the phone around $1,600.
A Samsung Chromebook would be around $400 plus a Samsung tablet at the same price.
The total is $2,400.
That means Hector's numbers make the Galaxy Fold a good deal.
Thanks for those numbers.
John fox says I love my S8+/Dex layout.
I bought a small Bluetooth mouse and keyboard and can now set up shop ANYWHERE I get wi-fi or a cell signal by remoting into my desktop computer at home which then connects to work.
They wont let me remote directly into work from any non-windows device.
I also used it for presentations using either Chromecast or an HDMI cable.
I will never buy a laptop or tablet again.
The only thing my tablet is good for now is watching movies on airplanes, and I haven't used a laptop in months.
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