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Google coming in another dimension as they launches new phones , speakers in hardware push and price.

This is coming from google desk as they launches new phones , speaker in hardware push, in an event held in San Frcisco, California, U.S on October 4, 2017 where the Google Vice present speaks about the pixel 2 phone.

Recently I post about the released and price date of the new latest pixel 2 phone which is finally here, so you can get yours at any nearest store. for the purpose of reminder and for the newbies I will be taking quick check on the recent post but preferably you can just read via above link.

This week Wednesday October 4 google unveiled the second generation of its Pixel smartphone along with new voice-enabled home speaker, redoubling its commitment to the hardware business as it competes with a surge in devices from Apple Inc and Inc which will be on sales as from this moment.

The good news is that no only Pixel phone was released, it was release along with many other gadget like Pixelbook laptop, wireless earbuds and a small GoPro-like camera.

The Pixel 2 smartphone comes in two sizes, with comparable features, including aluminum bodies and no traditional jacks for headphones. Prices for the base model start at $649, while the high-end version starts at $849. The phones will be available Oct. 19.

Pixelbook, priced at $999, is the first laptop powered by Google Assistant and will support Snap Inc’s (SNAP.N) Snapchat, the company said. It would be available in stores from Oct. 31.

The Pixel debuted a year ago, with analysts estimating sales of more than 2 million, pushing Google to record amounts of non-advertising revenue. Google’s “other” revenue category, which includes both hardware and sales of online storage services, accounted for about 12 percent of overall sales in its most recent quarter.

Last month, Google expanded its hardware development capabilities by picking up a 2,000-person smartphone engineering team at HTC (2498.TW) for $1.1 billion.

Still, Google has a large gulf to cross before matching the 215 million iPhones sold by Apple (AAPL.O) in the last four quarters.

Credit: reuters

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