The small, square camera can be placed in a typically busy room and will take still photos or silent videos of faces - human or animal - it's been taught to detect. As per rumors that rear camera of the phone is 12MP and the front camera is 8MP.
Clips will sell for nearly $250 and will be available in stores in December. Whether or not it's intentional, the tech giant announced its new wireless headphones called Pixel Buds, which sports two buds connected with a cord around the neck.
The $160 Pixel Buds headphones aren't entirely wireless, as you can see above - a cable connects each side of the headphone set, unlike Apple's completely wireless AirPods. Also, the new Pixel phones are waterproof but don't have 3.5mm headphone jacks. The phones can last up to seven hours with a 15-minute charge (by a USB-C charger) and boast a water and dust-resistant metal unibody construction. According to first-hand accounts, the peripherals are effective at translating the languages that were available during the recent Pixel 2 event, and the device can do this for 40.
The Pixel buds will sell for nearly $160 and ship next month.
The demo showed the feature works very accurately, but of course, how accurately it works with other languages is hard to say just yet.
The Pixel 2 will come with a 5-inch screen, whereas the Pixel 2 XL will sport a 6-inch screen.
Along with the Pixel 2, Google unveiled a plus size variant.
The smaller Pixel will sell for nearly $650, $50 less than the iPhone 8. The price tag of Pixel 2 devices is $649 and the price tag of Pixel 2XL devices is $849. Prices for the iPhone X start at $1,000.
Inevitably, Google's new smart speaker (emphasis on the speaker) is a clear competitor to Apple's forthcoming HomePod.
Google is selling the Home Max for nearly $400, $50 more than the HomePod.
The Google Home Mini smart speaker would be powered by Google's own Voice Assistant and it can be easily synced with other Google based products.