"Google's positioning in the smartphone space is still unclear and there is a good reason for that: it can't compete too directly with handset brands using Android in the high-end segment", Thomas Husson, Vice President and Principal Analyst, Forrester, told IANS. Google Home Mini expected to be no different than its older sibling as far as basic functionalities are concerned. This smaller version of Google Home is priced at $49 and has all the features that the standard Home features.
The inventory page was spotted on Synnex's website by 9to5Google, which reports that the Pixelbook will (at least according to that page) have a 12.3-inch display.
The latest Google Home app has lots of hints about what Google is going to show off tomorrow, with most of those being some new pictures of the long-ago-leaked Google Home Mini.
The Pixelbook is expected to sell at the a top-tier premium price point of the Chromebook, with the base model starting at a whopping $1,199, with a separate stylus pen accessory quite similar to the Microsoft Surface Pen.
So there's clearly an exciting night ahead for fans of the Pixel but that may not be the only device unveiled at the event. The event begins at 3am so if you decide to sleep instead check in here at Ausdroid when you wake up as we will every single piece of information you may want, including local release information if available. A new report suggests that the company will be releasing a refreshed Daydream VR headset with a number of key improvements, and costs a bit higher that the predecessor.
This isn't the first leak for Google's upcoming slate of products. Some of the things we are expecting from Google itself includes the next update on its Assistant and its works to other hardware products, and among others.