Google is ready, and so are we!
Along with these new speakers Google is also pushing out an update to anyone who already owns a Home. The company is all set to unveil it to the world its new flagships Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, to tease its competitors and take the smartphone race to the next level. Some devices, that are said to launch later today, have been making rounds on the Web for the past few weeks.
Tech giant Google will release its highly anticipated Pixel 2 and 2 XL smartphones on Wednesday. There is no word on if or when the feature would be available natively on Pixel devices. Google's Pixel Buds are available for preorder today for $159.
Pixel 2 is expected to come with a full-HD display, housing Gorilla Glass 5 on top. It is also believed that the Snapdragon 836 will be relatively similar to its predecessor in terms of hardware but will feature higher peak GPU and CPU clock speeds than the Snapdragon 835. The device will run latest version of Android O out of the box.
The first logical guess would be some kind of external video capture device that could be used with the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. The Google Pixel 2 XL 128GB variant is priced at Rs. 82,000. There will be a single 12MP rear-facing snapper.
The Pixelbook will sport a 12.3-inch display, smaller than the 12.85-inch display seen on the Chromebook Pixel. Prices will start at $1,199 (around Rs. 78,315/-). It also comes in Intel Core i5 and i7 flavors and comes equipped with 16GB of RAM. Google Home Max also supports Google Cast and Bluetooth as well as direct input.
Home Max is the bigger member of the Home family with 20-times more powerful sound as compared to the standard Home device. New Home Mini is a $99 speaker that competes directly with Amazon's Echo Dot.
What are you most looking forward to at the Google Pixel event tomorrow?