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Google Announces New Pixel Smartphone

In some cases it’s best to simply kick back and pretend astonishment, just as the lead up to today’s huge Google occasion wasn’t leakier than a rusted out old sifter in a rainstorm. In the wake of making a few brief yet prominent cameos on global retailer and transporter pages this week, the organization made that big appearance at today’s Pixel occasion to uncover the main handset – situated by the organization as its biggest equipment uncover in years.

The base-level (the plain ole Pixel) looks like all of those leaks suggested – which is to say fairly featureless on its face, not dissimilar from a iPhone, only devoid of a physical button in that large stretch of bezel beneath the display. As anticipated, the Pixel will come in two sizes, the standard 5-inch(with a 441ppi pixel density) and the 5.5-inch XL (534ppi), both of which are encased in Gorilla Glass 4). To be fair, the handset is arguably more “L” than “XL” by current standard.

The back of the gadget is a mix of glass and metal with a unique mark peruser smack spot in the inside, alongside a recieving wire band along the base and Google’s new “G” logo along the base. Goodness, and as noted by the organization at the occasion, there’s “no unattractive camera knock” back there.

Though, bump or no, the company is convinced that it’s got a killer camera here. The Pixel received  an impressive 89 from DXOMark’s camera benchmarks. “This isn’t only the best smartphone camera we’ve ever made,” the company said on stage, “it’s the best smartphone camera ever made.” The hardware features a 12.3-megapixel rear camera (with an f/2.0 lens) and 8-megapixels on the front.

Google showed off the Pixel’s prowess in lowlight situations, helped along by the camera’s 1.55 micron pixels. A Smartburst mode, meanwhile, is designed to take several shots in quick succession, while the Lens Blur feature offers a similar bokeh effect as the one found on the latest iPhone. The phone is also capable of capturing 4K video at 30FPS.

Those who pick up the Pixel will also get their hands on free unlimited storage on Google Photos with photos shot at their original resolution, while the new Quick Switch Adapter hardware makes it easier to transfer files from an old Android device — or even an old iPhone.

The new leader is controlled by a quad-center Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of RAM and a modestly estimated 2770mAh battery, which can speedy energize to seven hours in 15 minutes. The XL, actually, highlights a much beefier 3,450mAh.The telephones are evaluated at 13 and 14 hours of life on a charge, individually. The Pixel ships with 32GB of capacity standard, which clients can quadrupled up to 128GB.

Source: TechCrunch