Google Pixel smartphones, Pixel 4 and 4 XL, would feature "Live Caption" that transcribes audio into subtitles and puts them on the screen. The spec sheet - above - also shows comparison with last year's Google Pixel 3 XL, showing a decent performance and specification improvement across the board (but you'd describe it as more evolutionary rather than revolutionary). Even Google went so far as to reveal the front and back design of the device in brief - but now we've seen pretty much everything. The new Pixel's camera will reportedly also support 4K video resolution. Leaks and teasers are coming out from the previous lot about the Google Pixel 4 series. Front facer is 8MP, batteries are listed at 2,800- and 3,700mAh, and the phones run Snapdragon 855 chips, paired with 6GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage on the pre-order devices. 16MP+12MP cameras along with a telephoto zoom in the back.
It's been two years since the Google Home Mini was first released, and with the Nest family of devices having been folded into Google's lineup of devices, Google now looks to be using this event to refresh some of its most important smart home products. The publication got its hands on a almost production-ready prototype that pairs a characteristic Google case design with significantly improved internals. There will also be more optimised software and deeper Assistant integration. Google is making this thing for portability, so that grip might help because of that base design.
More leaks come courtesy of Best Buy in the U.S., via 9to5Google, with promo images attached.