Here's every device Google launched at its Made By Google event

Here's every device Google launched at its Made By Google event

Here's every device Google launched at its Made By Google event

But Google has shaved off bezels around the screen considerably and has used a layer of glass on the back, something that also enables wireless charging in the new Pixel 3 phones.

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have probably suffered more leaks, speculations and rumours than any other device out there.

What will differentiate them will be the display of 5.5 inches on the Pixel 3 and 6.5 inches on Pixel 3 XL. There are cameras on the front and back, and the front-facing stereo speakers will probably make this a great tablet for watching media.

Other than the notch, the Pixel 3 packs a Snapdragon 845 chip, 4GB of RAM, 8MP rear and front camera, and features created to help users control excessive phone use, screen phone calls, and AI-powered features.

It is supposed to have a Snapdragon 845 chipset, which is clocked at up to 2.8GHz and paired with a choice of 64GB or 128GB of storage, but no microSD card slot. The front cameras have a resolution of 8 MP each.

In the photography department, the Pixel 3 XL still has a single 12.2 rear camera but the new device surprisingly has two front cameras.

Another YouTube review of a pre-release Google Pixel 3 XL is out. The phones are available for pre-order now and ship October 17. It's been a while since you could wireless charge a Google phone, so this is a long-overdue homecoming.

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There have been so many leaks of Google's hardware over the last month or so that we know most of what's coming. However, it's apparently for any Pixel phone owner, not just for the new Pixel 3. It's been a while since we've seen Google offer hardware (or even software) designed for the tablet space.

Numerous details about the Google Pixel Slate have already been revealed to the world thanks to an appearance on Geekbench.

I understand that many are those who want to follow the presentation of Google in live streaming because apparently, the company of Mountain View will also present other products in addition to the new Pixels.

It'll feature a Chromebook tablet that attaches to a separate keyboard, according to photos from MySmartPrice, which has accurately leaked Google launches in the past. It has round keys and full backlighting.

It appears the reports of the death of tablets are greatly exaggerated, considering Google is about to unveil a seemingly strong competitor to this particular market. For a bit of added security, the power button doubles as a fingerprint scanner.

Google should also present the Google Home Hub, a 7-inch smart display that integrates with Google Assistant.

The other major product announced was Google Home Hub, a device that's something of a hybrid between a smart speaker and a tablet, which is created to sit at the center of what Google repeatedly called "the thoughtful home" (it avoided use of the word "smart"). It can be accessed by a simple tap or even your voice You can even see things by room.

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