Google just wrapped up its event and we got a lot of new hardware to look forward to. The most exciting bits are, of course, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones.
We also got a couple of new Google Home speakers as well the Pixels Buds and Clips camera accessories. A new premium Pixelbook came around as well as a new Daydream VR headset. Check out the complete list of stories to make sure you haven't missed anything. Oh and swing by our hands-on for live photos and first-hand impressions.
The Pixel XL 2 boasts an 18:9 screen with slimmer bezels. Both phones offer improved single cameras.
Google is expanding its hardware store.
A smaller version of the original smart speaker from last year, and a bigger one which focuses on sound quality.
It converts into a "tent", "tablet" and weighs 1.1kg.
Google's first generation phones now start at $549.
The record overall result comes after 99 in still images and 96 in videos, if you were wondering.
Prices are competitive in the US, but get steep when moving eastward.
It also has an automated camera for your home.
It's an improved version of the original Daydream View from 2016, but it's also $20 more expensive.
This is more than the two years of OS releases promised for the first generation Pixels.
Google. Make an ugly phone. sell a few millions despite google name and all marketing. Make less than 1 percent market share. Make an ugly phone again. So Google hopes that if it keeps making ugly phones , one day we get used to it an...
I bet come Sunday the most popular phones list will be pixels, then following Sunday they won't be sighted !