The conference started at 11:00 am on October 9th, Eastern Time, and the editor of the foreign media The Verge has arrived at the venue in advance. The on-site staff dressed in trousers that lured Google embroidery greeted the media and guests attending the conference.
Pixel 3/Pixel 3 XL phone
According to the previous exposurevideoAs well as the video, Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL are divided into black and white and gouache color. The white Google Pixel 3 has a mint power button, black is all black, and the water pink has not yet confirmed the final name.
It is made of glass on the back and aluminum alloy tones on the bottom. The back single camera is configured for 12.2MP f/1.8, Pixel Visual Core camera core, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip and Adreno 630 GPU, 4GB RAM and Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL corresponding start capacity of 64GB/128GB. There are Active Edge technologies that respond to slipping on the side.
The machine runs the latest Android 9 Pie system, with notifications, handling gestures, and activating the hardware keys and squeezing sides of the smartphone. Google also showed how they retained the original Moto X gesture and flipped the phone twice. Activate the camera function.
Based on the current exposure information, the new Pixel 3 will have a “Top Shot” smart camera mode that captures people's expressions and movements. In addition, you only need to open the Pixel 3 camera. Pixel 3 can automatically analyze the business card in front of the camera, extract the mailbox information on the business card, and click the pop-up option to automatically transfer to the Gmail application.
In terms of selling price, according to the details announced by Canadian mobile phone retailers today, the 64GB version of the Pixel 3 is priced at 1099.99 Canadian dollars (about 5839.7 yuan / 850 US dollars), the 64GB version of the Pixel 3 XL is priced at 1269.99 Canadian dollars (about 6742 yuan / 980.9 US dollars). Last year's 64GB version of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL were priced at $899 and $1,159 respectively in Canada.
Pixel Charging Stand
Pixel 3 will introduce a wireless charging function, according to a previously announced information Google will introduce wireless charging devices. The phone is placed vertically during the charging process so the screen can be seen during the charging process. The phone will then display information about upcoming calendar items and more.
According to the information currently available, Google's first Chrome OS tablet is internally codenamed "Nocturne", possibly called Pixelbook, which may be a Pixel Slate. This is a device running the latest version of ChromeOS, and like all new versions of ChromeOS, it can also run Android in the shell. This allows it to also run Android benchmarks and applications.
With PhoneArena and AboutChromebooks, we already have at least four configured Google Pixel Slate benchmarks. One is Intel Celeron 3965Y 1500 MHz (2 cores) and the other is Intel Core m3-8100Y 3400 MHz. There are also two models with Intel Core chips: Intel Core i5-8200Y 3900 MHz (2 cores) and Intel Core i7-8500Y 4200 MHz (2 cores). All four versions are benchmarked in an Android 64-bit environment.
Third generation Chromecast
A retail employee recently released the title "Getting to get these fascinating things after work today", the photo shows the upcoming Smart TV kit. This further confirms that Google is about to release the third-generation Chromecast, but it is not clear about the specific price, and the pricing of the new Smart TV kit may increase.
Google Home Hub
According to a new filing to the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Google will present an "interactive video streaming device" called "Home Hub" at this conference. Functionally, it is similar to Google Home speakers in that you can control compatible smart home objects such as lights, surveillance cameras, TVs, and speakers with voice.
In addition, it supports voice matching and recognizes voice commands from different people to display the corresponding calendar, reminder and commute information on the home screen. The difference is that when asked about weather or local business information, Google will give Home Hub a visually more immersive answer.
Second generation Pixelbook
According to the information previously exposed, the internal code of the machine is “Nocturne”. Nocturne is one of the two upcoming Pixelbooks we've heard, and the other is a 4K device codenamed "Atlas." "Nocturne" features a metallic blue finish with a single USB Type-C port on the left, and obviously another Type-C port on the other side. The tablet itself looks quite standard, with no fancy borderless design or similar Things, the keyboard looks equally straightforward. The device obviously has dual power buttons and a fingerprint sensor that can be seen at the top left of the device.