-> Google’s annual developer conference, I/O 2022, is going on right now.
-> The search giant, Google, has announced the Pixel 6a, Pixel Watch, and Pixel Buds Pro.
-> Google has also given hints about the Pixel 7 series and the Pixel tablet.
The Pixel 6a is Google’s much-awaited new phone. The device features a two-tone design like the Pixel 6 series, giving it an elegant look.
The Google Pixel 6a runs on Android 12 out of the box and promises three years of Android updates, five-year support for security patches from Google, and six gigabytes of RAM with 128 GB of internal storage space to store all your files! It has a six-point one-inch screen with 13 megapixels worth of primary camera resolution, which will not disappoint if you love capturing moments in high-quality videos or photographs. The selfie cameras are also great at 8 megapixels—perfect for video calling friends over Facebook Messenger!
A 4306 mAh battery that charges up fast thanks to 18W charging capabilities ensures that this phone lasts long enough to keep pace with any busy day or night schedule! Pricing: With prices starting from 4300 rupees (approx $434/ 34,830), this sleek-looking smartphone offers everything we could want while staying well within our budget(s).| This product deserves five stars based on its performance so far!
Google has also unveiled the Pixel Watch, the first smartwatch from Google. It comes with a circular-domed design with curved glass protection and runs on Wear OS 3.
The Pixel Watch is made of stainless steel. It features a tactile crown-like Apple’s watches and Fitbit integration that will deliver an industry-leading health experience not just to people searching for one but also to its wearer! The watch will be available along with both versions of the new Google phone-the Pixel 7 and the P1xel Pro.
Pixel Buds Pro
Google also announced the Pixel Buds Pro, its newest true wireless (TWS) product. The device’s best feature is that it is the company’s first TWS with active noise cancellation (ANC).
Google has said that the Pixel Buds Pro will get an update later this year to add spatial audio support. However, this update will only work with Pixel devices.
The Pixel Buds Pro has a custom audio chip and microphones that work as a beam. It is said that it will play music for 11 hours on a single charge.
The Pixel Buds Pro will cost $199 (approximately ₹15,430) and come in Charcoal, Coal, Fog, and Lemongrass later this year.
Pixel 7 series
Google has also hinted at the upcoming Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro smartphones. The company showed the design and said that the devices would be powered by the next-generation Tensor chipsets and run on Android 13.
The teased devices have a flat white design with an aluminum camera bar. We should learn more about the devices in the coming weeks.
The search giant also gave hints about the Pixel Tablet, which will be the company’s first tablet since it stopped making the Nexus tablet series.
As with the Pixel 7 seriesPixel 7 series, the Pixel Tablet will run on Android 13 and be powered by the next-generation Tensor chipset. The teaser shows a big screen, a front camera, a back camera, and four speakers.
The Pixel Tablet will not come out until 2023, so you’ll have to wait a long time to get it.
At Google I/O 2022, they introduced and announced the next version of its operating system, Android 13. Like Android 12, the main goal of this version is to let you customize your device and make it your own.
With the Android 13 update, you’ll be able to set different default languages for other apps. The Wallet app will also let you store government-issued ID cards.
The second beta version of Android 13 is now available for Pixel devices and some other devices from OnePlus, Xiaomi, Realme, Asus, Nokia, and more. Click here to find out if your device can join the beta.
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