Today Google brought us the Google Pixel 3 series of mobile phones, but Google can not only release the mobile phone, but actually bring you a new tablet Google Pixel Slate and home assistant Google Home Hub, and then for everyone. Introduce these new Google products!
First of all, the main characters of this event are Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Google Pixel 3 is the main camera lens and AI smart. The screen sizes of Pixel 3 and 3XL are 5.5 inches and 6.3 inches respectively. The former resolution is 1080p. It is 1440P. Both are equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 4GB RAM, and 64GB and 128GB options, and a rear 12.2-megapixel lens with an aperture of f1.8 and a front-end 8-megapixel lens plus a pair of sub-lens Lens combination, please refer to this link for details.
Next, let’s talk about other new products. The picture above shows the new tablet Google Pixel Slate, which is on the front of the conference. The front is equipped with 2.5D curved glass. The screen size is a 12.3 inch LCD screen with a resolution of 3000×2000. , 293ppi, running Chrome OS. There are many options for hardware accessories, including Intel Celeron processor, eight generations of Intel m3, i5, i7 processors, while RAM options are 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB, and storage space is from 32Gb to 256GB.
In addition, the Google Pixel Slate is equipped with 8-megapixel lenses. The key to the keyboard is the fingerprint reader. There are also keyboards and styluses. The keyboard does not need to be charged or especially paired. Just put Google Pixel Slate. Put it up and you can use it right away.
In terms of price, the Google Pixel Slate keyboard is priced at $199, the stylus is $99, the Intel Celeron processor is priced at $599, and the eighth-generation Intel M3 processor is priced at $799. The Intel i5 processor version is priced at $999, and the eighth-generation Intel i7 processor is priced at $1,599. The Google Pixel Slate will be available before the end of the year, with the first listings in the US, Canada, and the UK.
Next is Google Home Hub, a new member of Google’s Home Home Assistant series. The biggest difference between the older generations is the screen, allowing users to see the Hub’s response more directly. It has also changed a lot, for example, opening Youtube, maps, calendars, etc. In addition, the specific functions of Google Home Hub are not much different from its predecessors. For example, controlling the light switch, air-conditioning temperature, etc. at home can be said to be an important hub for the Internet of Things.
Another interesting feature of Google Home Hub is the Live Album. The Live Album recognizes the people in the photo. As long as you set the photos of the people that will appear in the Live Album, it will be intelligently filtered in your album, and this Smart screening is not just for people in the photo, but even some photos that are out of focus, blurry, etc. will automatically help you choose, which is quite smart.
Google Home Hub is priced at $149 and will be available for sale in the US, UK, and Australia.