Key highlights of Google Pixel 3, Pixel Slate and the Google Home Hub

Google Pixel 3, Pixel Slate and Home Hub announcement

After many rumours and leaks, Google has finally unveiled its slew of exciting products to the world – the Google Pixel 3, Google Pixel Slate and the Google Home Hub.

Here’s a quick breakdown of the highlights for each product.

Google Pixel 3 (USD799)

  • Top Shot – captures the perfect moment even before you press on the shutter button. No more unglam shots and missed moments.
  • Photo Booth – allows you to change the depth of field after taking a photo, adjust the focus, and make the colours pop.
  • Group Selfie – allows you to zoom out and camera more people for a group selfie.
  • More AR stickers – now with Marvel heroes like the Iron Man
  • Screen Call – Tapping on Screen Call when you don’t feel like picking up a phone call, Google Assistant will ask the caller the purpose of his/her call, and summarise it for you to decide to pick up or not.
  • Wireless charging (USD79)

Google Pixel Slate (USD599)

  • Sharper and brighter screen
  • Speakers face the front so that you can hear directly from it rather than through the sides
  • Has a backlit keyboard (sold separately, USD199)
  • Compatible with the Pixelbook Pen (sold separately, USD99)
  • Up to 10 hours of battery life

Google Home Hub (USD149)

  • Works exactly like the Google Home but empowered with a display
  • Shows you reminders
  • Control smart devices at home such as turning on the TV, coffee-maker, thermostat, lights, etc.
  • Connecting it with Nest cameras, you can view who’s at your doorstep when a bell is pressed on your Home Hub screen
  • Smart Photo Album – selecting best photos to display, intelligently skipped those blur or unglam ones

So what do you think of Google’s new products?

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Mark Ko

Besides tech, I love chicken rice. Point me in the right direction and I'll go and try it. :)

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