Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL
The details of the upcoming Google smartphones had been leaking out for weeks. The company finally announced the Pixel 4 smartphone featuring 5.7-inch display and the larger 6.3-inch Pixel 4 XL device. The biggest improvement in the new Pixel smartphones is the night sight camera. Google is confident that the camera can be used to capture pictures of stars at night, including the Milky Way Galaxy.
Another interesting addition is car crash detection. The smartphone can automatically detect if you meet with an accident and call the emergency service number for you. On the security front, Google has improved face unlock capability. The smartphone now comes with the new radar detection for gestures. You can use swipe gestures to move through music, photos, and more.
Pixel Buds 2
The updated Pixel Buds are designed to beat Apple’s AirPods. Unlike the predecessor, the new Pixel buds are truly wireless powered by the “adaptive sound” technology. The earphones are designed to automatically adjust the volume depending upon the background noise. Despite the updated speakers and sensors, the earphones continue to be lightweight and comfortable.
All-new Pixelbook Go and Nest Products
The new Pixelbook Go is the lightweight version of the original Pixelbook. The machine features 13.3-inch display and 12 hours of battery life. Google has added the magnesium casing and ripped wave bottom, to improve the portability of the laptop. Pixelbook Go is priced at $649.
Google has rolled out various new updates to Nest smart home unit. The subscription service called Nest Aware now allows users to receive support across their Nest devices. The Nest Aware starts at $6 per month while the Nest Aware Plus comes with an expanded coverage, costing $12 per month. Both the subscription services will be available from next year.
Not made for India
While the Indian techsphere has been excited for the launch of Pixel 4 smartphones, Google has officially confirmed that Pixel 4 will not be available in India. The 60 GHz spectrum licensing issues in India is the main reason why the new Pixel phones won’t be launched in the country.