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CNET NewsMay 24, 2020
Google Pixel 4A and 4A XL rumors: These are the most compelling ones so far - CNET
5G, a headphone jack, Android 11 and everything else we know (or think we know) about Google's next budget phones.

GizmodoMay 24, 2020
Looks Like Google Messages Might Finally Be Getting End-to-End Encryption
End-to-end encryption for RCS appears to finally be in the pipeline for Google's messaging app. That's according to code spotted in an upcoming version update by the folks at APKMirror, as first reported by 9to5 Google this weekend.


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PC World Latest NewsMay 23, 2020
iPhone SE vs Android's best: A $399 iPhone stands up to $3,000 in Android phones
When comparing phones, you generally want them to be in the same league. These days that might mean there's a few hundred dollars separating the models—like the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, or the Galaxy S20 and the OnePlus 8 Pro—but it's basically a waste of time to pit the $1,400 Galaxy S20 Ultra against the $400 Galaxy A51.

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PC World Latest NewsMay 22, 2020
Google Pixel 4a preview: Single camera, fingerprint sensor, no 5G, and July launch
There might not be an I/O keynote to stream this week, but some new hot Google hardware might still be on the way. All rumors and signs suggest that Google will celebrate the first anniversary of the launch of the bodaciously budget Pixel 3a with an equally affordable Pixel 4a follow-up. Here's what we already know about it.

Update 5/22: Rumors now say the Pixel 4a won't be released until July.

Design While the Pixel 3a was basically a plastic version of the high-end Pixel 3, the Pixel 4a will reportedly deviate from the bezel-heavy design of Google's Pixel 4. Based on leaked images, the Pixel 4a may be Google's first phone to adopt a hole-punch camera, which will be aligned in the upper left corner of the screen. The 4a design was seemingly confirmed by Google exec Rick Osterloh, who tweeted about his Fitbit Earth badge with an Android screenshot sporting an indented status bar. (However, he could have been using a OnePlus 8.)

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