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Google’s new smartphones, the Pixel and Pixel XL, are the first handsets to be designed and engineered in-house by the company.
The Pixel devices are available in three colors and are available for preorder immediately. Google is flaunting the phones’ improved camera and embedded intelligent assistant.
They announced its smartphone virtual reality platform, Daydream. Google has revealed its Daydream View headset, a head-mounted viewer designed to work with compatible smartphones. The Daydream View is made of soft fabric that the company claims makes it more comfortable to wear. DayDream View launches in November for $79 – wow!
Google is releasing a new version of its Chromecast streaming dongle that can stream 4K video. The upcoming Chromecast Ultra will cost $69 when it launches in November. Google says it’s nearly twice as fast as Google’s older Chromecast.
Google Home, the smart speaker Google announced in May, will cost $129 and ships on Nov. 4, the company announced Tuesday. Google shared details about how Home will work and which types of apps and gadgets it will be compatible with. It supports streaming services like Spotify and Pandora, and can function as a hub for intelligent home gadgets.
They also shared its vision for the Google Assistant, which CEO Sundar Pichai described as being everybody’s “personal Google.”
Google Assistant ties together various Google services like Search, Maps, and Translate, among others. It’s available in new Google products like the Pixel phones, Home, and the Allo messaging app which launched last month.