Google can't keep secrets, so all hail the Pixelbook Go

Google can't keep secrets, so all hail the Pixelbook Go

Google can't keep secrets, so all hail the Pixelbook Go

Here's everything we know about Google's next event. The latest smartphone series will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 processor with up to 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB built-in storage. There will also be more optimised software and deeper Assistant integration. 9to5Google has an extensive report with a gallery of images of the new device.

One thing that's even more important than the Pixel 4's components is its software, particularly when it comes to the Pixel's camera.

Having hung up on tablets production, Google is forging forward with its laptop production. The leaked prototype is described as being Full HD, which translates to a 1,920-by-1,080-pixel resolution.

The laptop will run Google's Chrome OS.

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As you can see from the photo above, the Pixelbook Go boasts a distinctive "ribbed" rear chassis that will come in a similar shade to the coral Pixel 4.

9to5Google's Stephen Hall said the Pixelbook Go has the same keyboard as the original Pixelbook, which was surprisingly among the best keyboards I've tried.

Aside from the expected USB-C port on the side, there seems to be a 3.5mm headphone jack which may be surprising to some given that Google's Pixel smartphones have done away with that. The device has dual front facing speakers and 2-megapixel front facing camera. Google Pixelbook is powered by Titan C security chip as well.

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.

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