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Consistency is the key

The back of the pixel 7

We’re getting closer to a Google launch in the fall, which will see the new Pixel Watch series and Google Pixel 7 debut. While the Pixel Watch is guaranteed to add some new flavor to Google’s line of products, the Pixel 7 could herald more of a slight upgrade than any Pixel before. He argues that this might be a good thing AA’s Hadley Simmons in today’s feature.

Change for change

  • We crave innovation, but that’s not always a good thing in the smartphone world.
  • A brief summary through Google’s Pixel archives shows how experimental most of its devices are.
  • The Pixel 4 was amazingly revolutionary when placed alongside the Pixel 3.
  • It landed without a fingerprint sensor and used 3D face unlock activated by Soli radar tech.
  • The latter technology meant that Google could not sell it in lucrative markets like India.
  • Then there was the Pixel 5, which effectively ditched the flagship Pixel 4 chipset in favor of mid-range silicon.
  • Over the years, there have been a lot of changes from one model to the next, but maintaining a consistent focus has been Google’s main problem with the Pixel line.

Good change coming?

  • The Pixel 6 is not without its problems.
  • Its Tensor chipset becomes very interesting, while the phone suffers from poor wireless connectivity.
  • Users have noticed several bugs affecting everything from phone calls to fingerprint scanners.
  • However, these are not irreparable problems.
  • If Google adopts an evolutionary upgrade approach, it can solve these problems, and further improve its model line generation after generation.
  • While squashing bugs also means Google will have more time to improve the big selling points, like the camera and software experience.
  • Judging by the Pixel 7 leaks, rumors, and official teasers so far, it looks like the Pixel 7 could be a frequent upgrade.

The first real pixel?

  • As Hadley explains, such an approach can help Google improve and redefine the Pixel series.
  • Although it has shown signs of finding a foothold, its evolutionary path of upgrade will allow Google to cement its position in the smartphone space.
  • The consistent design across the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 series gives us hope that Google is well on its way to an iterative upgrade path.
  • Of course, this may mean that Pixel models are less exciting year after year, but we’re arguably taking a minute familiarity with the constant and unknown change.

Monday meme

Game of Thrones prequel

Memes are organic parts of popular culture that seem to take on a life of their own. But if you can harness that power, memes make powerful marketing tools, especially for addictive TV shows. And that’s what Parents Discover Jess Thompson in this Interesting feature.

  • Oftentimes, new TV shows are written with quotable lines in mind. These writers are under pressure for LGBTQ leaders.
  • Whether it is intentional or organic is an honest debate.
  • While programs like Succession benefit from its organically quotable dialogue, it appears that some programs have attempted to enforce this in the past.
  • Some cite Tyrion’s random comment late on Game of Thrones as one example. Or Rhaenyra Targaryen’s joke about cake in House of the Dragon.
  • “In a sense, these quotable lines benefit from a great tradition in television scripting.”
  • And it’s only natural that key moments are discussed on social media afterwards.
  • But according to some TV writers, creating laughable lines isn’t something to focus on.
  • “When crafting a show, of course we look to create moments that are funny, emotional, or memorable – but generally we think of it in terms of the broader story,” says screenwriter James Capel.
  • “Memos and quotes are a reaction, and every member of the audience reacts differently. Our job is to make it work first and foremost. It is not our duty to necessarily predict how they will react.”

Whatever you think, never rock about the cake.

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