Google Pixel 4 event: Here's all what was announced

the Google Pixel 4 event just wrapped up, Despite all of the leaks ahead of the event today, the company still had plenty to share. and a whole new range of MadebyGoogle devices immerged, with products like the all-new Pixelbook Go and Pixel 4/4XL, but we also got to see the new Nest Mini, Nest WiFi, and Pixel Buds, here’s a look at all what was announced at this event
Pixelbook Go


We got our first official glimpse of the all-new Pixelbook Go, which is set out to be Google’s most affordable Chromebook yet. Google confirmed what we saw in leaks and shared details on pricing. The Pixelbook Go will start at $649, that’s $350 less than the original. While its design is less distinctive than before, it does have two big changes: you won’t be able to flip it into tablet mode and it has a unique ridged back that could make it easier to grip.

Pixel 4/4 XL coming to all carriers

Google’s new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL will be available through every major US carrier which will include AT&T Mobility, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. This means you no longer have to subscribe to a particular carrier (Verizon) if you want to get a Pixel phone. Pricing and availability at each network has not yet been revealed.

Pixel 4/4XL pack multiple cameras

Both of Google’s new phones will come with 12.2-megapixel f/1.7 main, 16-megapixel f/2.4 telephoto and 8-megapixel selfie cameras. The Pixel 4 will use a combination of the optical zoom via the second camera and Google’s “Super Res Zoom” software to deliver extra sharp images. In terms of video, the cameras can handle 4K at up to 30 fps, and 1080p at 120 fps. Those changes put the phone very close with the iPhone 11 and Huawei’s P30 Pro.

Pixel Buds

The new Pixel Buds are true wireless earbuds that claim to have an improved fit, five-hour battery life (24 if you use the charging case) and a strong Bluetooth connection for long-range use. The most notable feature is hands-free access to Google Assistant. All you’ll have to say is “Hey Google” or “OK Google.”
but this won’t be ready until 2020. When they’re finally available, they’ll start at $179.

Google Nest Mini

The speaker comes with improved sound, including twice-as-strong bass, and it has three microphones to better hear users in loud environments not forgetting the wall mount. It promises a faster processor, improved software, the top will be made from plastic bottles and a body that’s 35 percent recycled plastic, It will be available for $49 on October 22nd in four colors, including a new blue shade.

Google Nest WiFi

The last google wifi router that was released was three years ago, so it was time for an update. The new and improved router, called Nest WiFi, is a base router with companion extenders called Points. Each Point comes with a speaker and microphones, so they’ll double as Google Homes. Nest WiFi also adds features like the ability to set up WiFi groups, blacklist websites and set schedules for your kids.
You can buy one router and one Point for $269, and that should cover up to 3,800 square feet. Or, you can purchase a three-pack for $349 and add individual Points for $149 each.

Pixel 4/4XL Gesture Controls and Face Unlock

Google had confirmed that Pixel 4 would support air gestures and face unlock using a new type of sensor.” Today, Google shared how the feature will look like. Users will be able to wave their hands at the device to control it, and even answer calls with a flick of the wrist in mid-air.
The phones will also use radar to speed up Face Unlock. As the phone is being lifted, Motion Sense will activate the radar and prepare to scan your face before it’s even in view.

Google Assistant’s new look on Pixel 4

You’ll be able to set a time limit for how long your activity data remains on your Google account and delete that data using your voice.

Pixel 4 Recorder app

The new Pixel 4 Recorder app can record and transcribe audio at the same time. It’s going to be a rely useful for students and journalists as well. It will also include a built-in search function, so you can easily jump to important parts of the transcript.

Google Stadia launches November 19th

Google Stadia is coming with its founder’s edition on November has been on pre-order since June for $129.99.