Seem far smarter and worldlier than you are with Google's new devices

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The mega launch event on Wednesday revealed Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones.

The Pixel Buds possess other skills, including the aforementioned ability to summon the Google Assistant. Now Playing is exclusive to Pixel devices for now. A number of Pixel 2 XL variants are ready to be shipped in December 2017.

The Google Home Mini is a US$49 smart speaker that is as small as a donut and enclosed by fabric, thus created to fit comfortably in any room in a home. Now, there is another good news for Pixel 2 buyers.

The phone, which also comes in XL, features the new Google Lens function, which can recognise and give more information on subjects being photographed.

Google's new Pixel Buds is turning heads - not only for its sleek design, but for its capabilities.

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One of the interesting features of the laptop is its native Google Assistant support with voice-activation features. In tablet mode, users can watch videos or view other content, read books or take notes.

This may prove to be annoying for a couple of reasons, the main one being that if you are a passenger in the vehicle, your device may switch automatically to do not disturb mode. The overall camera score (photo+video) of Google's handsets is 98.

In the event that Google is to build up itself in the smartphone specialty then the Google Pixel 2 camera must confront the real players in the commercial center. For example, If a user takes picture of a dog it will tell you what kind of dog it is, isn't it special?

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Pixel Buds wearers are able to activate real-time translations by holding the right earbud and saying, "Help me speak" whatever language they need. The device ($249) works with the Pixel, iPhone 6 and later, and Galaxy S7 and S8 phones. The majority of the confirmation truly indicates the idea that the Google Pixel 2 camera is especially noteworthy, and likely the most grounded mobile phone entertainer yet. These two premium smartphone options come with a heavy price tag and excellent features. It's also being used to enable that always-listening feature on the lock screen for easier song/artist discovery.

Machine learning is a term that Google made sure to drill into your head during their presentation, but it has left many people confused at what it actually means.

The question of Google's commitment to hardware is a testament to the challenges of competing against devices made by Apple, Amazon and Samsung. It packs a 3,520 mAh Battery with fast charging support. Clips aims to help out with that by warning you if its lens ever becomes blocked. Instead, they're embracing the bezels and have managed to squeeze a stereo speaker setup on the front of the phone.

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