All You Need to Know about Google's Pixel Event
Google unveiled new and exciting hardware during the company's annual hardware event last night. Throughout the 30-minute event, Google shared its newly released promotional videos that introduced all its new products.
Here's a rundown of these four newcomers.
Google Pixel 5 and 4A 5G
Google's Pixel 5 is the company's top mobile. What's great about it is that it's cased in a 100% recyclable aluminum body and a wireless charging station. It's kitted out with a six-inch screen and will cost you $699. You can already pre-order it with the phone being ready to be dispatched by October 15th in certain countries.
You'll be able to buy the phone in either green or black.
Following this, the Pixel 4A with 5G was also announced by Google. It costs $499 and is relatively similar to Pixel 5. It has a 6.2-inch OLED display and is available in white or black. It'll be ready for launch in the U.S. and other countries by November.
The phones' software allows for every single little animation to appear more smoothly, as well as being waterproof and dustproof.
As usual, the phones' cameras are wider and have been improved.
Say hello, quite literally, to Google's newest smart speaker: the Nest Audio. The new device is an improved version of the Google Home and Home Max speakers, with deeper bass, volume, and better sound all around. Each Nest Audio will set you back $99, which you can start buying as of October 5th.
Chromecast with Google T.V.
Google's Chromecast with Google T.V. brings streaming to another level. You no longer need to use your phone to watch content (though you still can if you so wish) as it can now play content on different devices. And it now has YouTube and Netflix quick launch buttons for ease of use.
Google T.V.'s interface allows for streaming, watching live shows, as well as other services. One major section of this interface is that Google has been placing a lot of focus into voice search recognition.
Now, you can stream and watch with the interface's new sleek remote control, which costs $49, and you'll be able to purchase it in snow (white), sky (blue), or sunset (salmon pink).
Here's a little clip outlining the major releases from the Google event: