The annual meeting of Google “Made by Google” was held in New York yesterday and a ton of new Google devices were launched including the much-awaited “Pixel 3” line-up, the Pixel Slate, Pixel Stand and Google Home Hub.
Without further ado, here’s a brief look into the key launches at “Made by Google” event:
Pixel 3 line-up
Pixel 3 lineup comes in two standard size variants – Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, with the later one being the larger one and both are available in variant of 64 GB and 128 GB. However, the magic is in the core as both the Pixel 3s are powered with the almighty processor Snapdragon 845. The Pixel 3 64 GB is likely to cost around Rs. 71,000 and 128 GB will cost around Rs. 80,000, while the Pixel 3 XL 64 GB will be priced at Rs. 83,000 and the 128 GB will be priced at Rs. 92,000; and will be available for sale in India from 1st November.
Google Home Hub
The Google Home just got an update. Google Home was able to respond to you by only the voice control. This new Home Hub will have a large touchscreen, which will function as a display screen to your Google Home. This Google Home Hub won’t come with the camera. It will offer playing live albums store in your Google Account. It comes in 4 colors, and it is priced at $149 for pre-order.
Google’s another tablet launched after the Pixel C tablet. This Pixel Slate is Google’s first 2-in-1 tablet which seamlessly switches between tablet and computer modes. It will run on the Chrome OS (Android is just too mainstream, right?). Pixel Slate comes with an optional keyboard and a Pixelbook Pen which costs around $199 and $99 respectively. Pixel Slate starts from $599.