Here’s a look at everything Google just announced.
Design of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL closely resemble with last year’s phones except for a few subtle changes.
The Pixel 2 XL is available in Just Black and in the combination of Black and White. The Pixel 2 XL will start at $849.
Both the phones come with the exactly same features and specifications, they only differ in screen size, battery and colour variants. The Pixel 2 camera is powered by computational photography and machine learning (ML) capabilities.
Another advantage that Pixel users have that they can get the free unlimited storage in Google Photos. It comes in three attractive colors and connects with any Chromecast enabled speaker wirelessly. The phones will be available 19 October. Running ChromeOS, the PixelBook is claimed to be the first laptop with built-in Google Assistant. There are two USB-C ports for charging or accessories. Google says the Home Max is 20 times as powerful as the original Google Home and will arrive in December. CEO Sundar Pichai and other top officials of Google will be giving a keynote presentation to shed light on the salient features of the phone. In terms of display, the Pixel 2’s 5-inch AMOLED has a 16:9 aspect ratio and a full-HD resolution. It will also feature a companion Pixelbook pen. Google also made it simpler to switch to the Pixel, by easing and accelerating how users copy their contacts, apps, messages, photos, and iMessages – in under 10 minutes. Google’s least expensive smart speaker begins at $49, while the Google Pixelbook will start at $999.
Instead, it comes in the form of wireless headphones called Google Pixel Buds. Using Pixel devices, you can store as many high-quality images and selfies as you want.
The standout feature for the Pixel Buds is real-time translations, though. Availability in India will be from November onwards. The camera can stand on its own or clip onto something.
Still, Google has a large gulf to cross before matching the 215 million iPhones sold by Apple in the last four quarters.
First up we have a new Daydream View VR headset. Taking potshots at Apple iPhone, Google said that Home can search your Android device and ring it even if it is on silent mode.
The next iterations of the Google Pixel line are now official and match most of what was revealed in the leaks.