Ladies and gentlemen, Google has officially unveiled the Pixel 3 Pixel 3 XL, Pixel Slate and Google Home Hub. The three new devices match everything we’ve heard about them from their numerous leaks and rumors.
The Google Pixel 3 features a 5.4-inch 1080p display with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC with 4GB of RAM, 12MP main camera on the back, dual cameras up front (with a secondary wide-angle lens for better portrait shots), and Google’s amazing AI-driver computational photography algorithm to deliver the best photography experience offered on a smartphone. The Pixel 3 XL comes with all the same features while sorting a larger 6.3-inch display (yes, that notch is as big as the leaks made it look).
Google Home Hub is the next iteration of Google Home which gives you a display so that the Google Assistant can show you information rather than just talk back to you. It comes in four colors, a floating display that’s large enough to see from across the room and does not feature a camera so that user’s don’t have to worry about it spying on you. Hub will also recognize individual voices so that its responses are tailored to each individual in your house.
Google is still on stage, talking about their unique capabilities and design, but we’ll we putting together a detailed post for each product to give you a closer look at their specs are features.