It will go on sale in December, priced at £399.
Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones will be launched tonight by the company along with the Home Mini speaker, a new DayDream VR headset, Google Pixelbook, which is a new more expensive Chromebook.
Google unveiled a redesigned version of its Pixel smartphone, a slim laptop, two new Internet-connected speakers and a clutch of other devices infused with artificial intelligence in its bid to boost its presence against hardware rivals.
No information on the price of the Pixel 2 was revealed, and it is unclear if the promotion extends to preorders for the Pixel XL 2. It also captures motion photos named Clips.
It also has AR Stickers and Pixel users would get free unlimited storage on Google Cloud in the original quality.
Additionally, Pixel 2 includes a 5-inch full HD AMOLED screen and Pixel 2 XL comes with a 6-inch QHD+ pOLED display.
Technology enthusiasts will be watching developments at Google tonight keenly, for the California-based giant is expected to launch a host of products at one if its biggest events in several years. Google Lens can also identify art, books, movies, albums, and locations and suggest actions for a Pixel users. New Home Mini is a $99 speaker that competes directly with Amazon's Echo Dot.
Google also talked up some of the kid-focused features for Google Home. It'll come in coral, chalk, and charcoal colors, so hopefully, two out of those three will fit in with your home's decor (the coral color might be polarizing). The Pixel Buds must be purchased separately from the new Pixel phones and ship in November following pre-orders, which begin Wednesday. Google is offering the new phones through Verizon, though customers on other carriers can buy the phones through the Google stores. The fabric covering its top was specifically created to be durable, yet transparent enough to let sound and light through, Google brags. In addition to relaying audio from the phone, the headphones can also translate spoken language in real time, working with translation software built into the new Pixels.