Google today launched the Pixel and Pixel, its latest smartphones. The new Pixel devices from the company mark a shift in Google’s smartphone strategy which will now see the company develop and design its own smartphones just like other OEMs in the market.
Google today unveiled Pixel and Pixel XL, the first phones developed in-house by the company. Packed to the brim with top-notch internals, the Pixel and Pixel XL can easily stand their own against even the best Android devices out there right now.
Google today unveiled the Pixel and Pixel XL after months of rumors and leaks. The latest handsets from the company are packed to the brim with top-notch internals and new features that we will only see in the next generation of Android smartphones.
On October 4, Google held an event that was meant to show off not only new hardware, but how its new machine learning- and artificial intelligence-based Assistant is meant to hold them all together.
Google Unveils Pixel and Pixel XL with Snapdragon 821 Chipset, Android 7.1 Nougat, and Google Assistant
Google today unveiled its latest smartphone: the Pixel and Pixel XL. The handsets are the successor to the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P from last year, but mark the beginning of Google’s own unified hardware initiative. With its latest smartphones, Google is taking a deep dive into the smartphone market and compete with not only Apple but other Android OEMs as well.
In just a few hours from now, Google will be unveiling the Pixel and Pixel XL handsets along with a bunch of other devices. However, that has not stopped the handset from leaking. This time around, @evleaks has posted press renders of the blue Pixel and Pixel XL that will be making their way to Verizon.
Ahead of its official unveiling later this week, Carphone Warehouse has accidentally made live the listing of Google’s Pixel XL handset on its website thereby revealing its complete specs and features.
Google has finally confirmed that it will be unveiling its new Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones at a media event on October 4th.