Google Pixel News Update: Release Date, Specs & Details Plus, Get the Exclusive Google Assistant With This New Device

By Staff Reporter , Updated Oct 17, 2016 06:00 AM EDT
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The Google Pixel and Pixel XL were unveiled earlier this month, but it won't be until the 20th of October that fans can start pre ordering the device. Interestingly, Google is hyping up the internet with their latest "Pose by You" Ad. This is not the first advertisement that giant tech company released for the specific device. Since its launching, two more Ads entitled "Together by You" and "Crush by You" were also featured.

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL obviously differ in size, but they mostly feature the same specs when it comes to hardware and OS. According to the EXPRESS UK, one of the significant features of the Google devices is their 1080p FullHD AMOLED display, protected by the Gorilla Glass 4. With a fast processor and a featured fast charging battery, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL will both bear the premium metal finish.

Along with the Google Pixel is the amazing adaptor that will transfer data from the iPhone to the Pixel; a clear sign that Google is vying for the spot, Apple currently holds. Oddly enough, consumers who will buy the Google device will be greeted with an option to transfer emails, contacts, photos and even iMessages to the Pixel device.

Meanwhile, future Google Pixel and Pixel XL owners will get the chance to try the all new Google Assistant feature. It is primarily a Pixel exclusive, but others claim, there's a hack that actually makes the app available to other devices. The Google Assistant enables users to access their apps through voice prompt, making it easier for them to use the device on certain occasions.

Are you all set to try the new devices from Google? What are you most particular in the alleged Apple killer devices? Make sure you read us here on GameNGuide when the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL arrives on October 20, 2016.

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