Google is releasing its latest Android phone, the Google Pixel, this week, and it is also making a big change to the software experience.
Instead of using the same software as the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, the Pixel is getting a slightly different experience.
The Pixel is a dual-camera phone, which means that it has two sensors on the back of the phone, one on the front that can capture video and the other that can shoot stills.
There is also a front-facing camera that can take photos.
Both the front and rear cameras are on the same sensor, so it’s not quite the same camera as the S7 or S7 Plus.
The Pixel also gets a faster processor and a much more powerful GPU than before.
Google has also added a new “virtual” camera feature that will record stills at 30 frames per second.
There are still some issues with the Pixel’s software though.
You won’t be able to use Google Assistant, the virtual camera feature, or the Google Photos feature.
Instead, Google has added a bunch of other features that are just a bit harder to use.
For instance, Google Now has become a little bit harder, and Google has started making it harder to ask Google for help.
Also, you can’t use Google Home, Google Assistant’s voice assistant.
The new version of Google Search doesn’t work.
There’s also a bunch more new features that you won’t find on the Pixel.
The new Pixel will launch on November 16.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are expected to launch in November.