Google To Likely Launch 5 Gadgets Today Including Pixel 2, XL

After iPhone and Samsung’s latest smartphones into the market, it is time for Google to steal the show with the launch of not one but two high-end Pixel smartphones! Overall, it is planning to launch an array of gadgets today.


(1) Pixel 2 and XL



It will come with Android Oreo 8.0. Pixel 2 XL is said to be manufactured by LG, whereas Pixel 2 is said to be manufactured by HTC. Both will have dual front-facing speaker setup. It will be water resistant and cost nearly same as iPhone 8.



(2) Google Daydream View headset





This is similar to last years model, where one can have a 360 panoramic view of sports and games through the day dream headset. The headset is expected to cost $99.


(3) Google Home Mini



Google Home Mini will be the smaller version of the currently available Google Home Bluetooth speaker. This will feature Google Assistant and will answer to user’s queries using the web and the data stored by the person. The handset is said to cost $49.


(4) Google Home Max



The Google Home Max is the larger version of speaker Home Mini. It is similar to Sonos Play 3 speaker and will have a ‘premium’ design.


(5) Google PixelBook



The hybrid tablet could come with a 360-degree hinge and will run Chrome OS. It could be made available in 128GB, 256GB and 512GB storage, and have a starting price of $1,199. There maybe a Pixel Pen accessory too priced at $99.
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