Google has announced the latest additions to its Pixel portfolio of products, including its first foldable phone, a tablet with a smart dock, and a new A-series phone. All the devices are powered by Google Tensor G2, the company’s custom-made chip that enables personal AI features.
The Pixel Fold is Google’s entry into the foldable phone market, offering a 7.6-inch screen that folds into a smartphone shape. The device boasts the best camera on a foldable phone, according to Google, and comes with a free Google Pixel Watch for pre-orders. The Pixel Fold costs $1,799 and will be available later this year.
The Pixel Tablet is a tablet designed for entertainment and gaming, with an 11-inch display and an aluminum body with a nano-ceramic coating. The tablet comes with a Charging Speaker Dock that keeps it charged and turns it into a hands-free smart home device. The Pixel Tablet and the dock are bundled for $499 and can be pre-ordered today.
The Pixel 7a is the latest A-series phone from Google, offering many of the premium features of the flagship Pixel phones at a lower price. The Pixel 7a has Face Unlock, 8GB RAM, up to 90 Hz display and wireless charging for the first time in the A-series. The Pixel 7a costs $499 and is available for purchase today.
Google said that its Pixel devices bring together AI breakthroughs from across Google and Android’s latest innovations, allowing them to adapt to users’ needs and preferences and help them save time and get more done. The devices also feature Pixel Camera, Pixel Speech, and Pixel Call Assist, some of the helpful features that Pixel is known for.
With the new devices, Google expands its hardware portfolio to offer more choices for consumers who want to experience the helpfulness of Pixel. From smartphones to watches, earbuds, tablets and foldables, Google aims to deliver personal AI to more places.