Today, Google has unveiled about the third generation of its all-new Pixel Smartphones.
No light; no problem: Pixel 3 lets you take natural-looking photos in dark surroundings, all without a flash. The Pixel 3 will have a new chip, called Titan, to store keys to the most sensitive information, including those needed to unlock the phone and descramble stored data.
Both the phones will come with the latest version of Google's mobile operating system, Android 9 Pie. With the launch of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL and introducing a camera which puts other smartphones behind, Google set the bar for its Pixel series of smartphones.
We're pretty sure a new Chromecast 2018 is coming, one that may be more reliable when connected to your smartphone for streaming Netflix (or your video app of choice).
Pixel phones offer a "pure Android" experience that continues to be a huge draw for hardcore Android fans who don't want all the software bells and whistles that vendors like Samsung and other phone makers add to their handsets.
The Pixel 3 and 3XL phones retain most of the characteristics of their predecessors: a high price, outstanding single-sensor imaging, no expansion, and a chunky design that's even larger than before. So with Google planning to announce the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL tomorrow in NYC, the ...
The Pixel 3 will be available October 18 and sell at prices starting at $799. That's what the tech giant will be doing with its Google Home Hub which is the company's answer to Amazon's Echo Show.
Google should also present the Google Home Hub, a 7-inch smart display that integrates with Google Assistant.
Among other features, it'll have 16gb of RAM, an Intel Amber Lake processor, as well as a 3000x2000 display. But the Pixel Slate is something different altogether: the first tablet to run the same Chrome OS that Chromebooks run, rather than the slightly awkward fit of stretching Android to tablet form. The renders of the rumored tablet have also leaked.
Regardless of what is announced, check in all day October 9 for news and hands-on for everything Google announces. That being said, the new Pixelbook 2 is likely to come with a slight hardware upgrade and a revamped design.
Google also rolled out Home Hub, which couples a small display screen with an internet-connected speaker.
The base-model Pixel 2 now ships with a price tag of £629 and free delivery if bought on the Google Store.