Chromecast, Nest Audio and Pixel 5 with Hold for Me with Google TV: Today’s Google Announcements

Chromecast with Google TV

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Last week Amazon dropped its annual Armada of new product announcements on us – Now it’s Google. Of the company Launch at night Stream wednesday after Pixel 4A budget phone unveiled in August, Confirmation of the existence of its next flagship, the Pixel 5, on the same day And the upcoming Pixel 4A 5G, both with 5G phones, a new Chromecast and Google TV and a New Nest-Branded Smart SpeakerNest Audio. But no surprise, apart from the Hold for Me phone feature, which encourages you to call forever in the hands of Google Assistant.

Pixel 5 Announcement, Like Google’s previous flagship phones, Leaked from the ancient pipeline (or perhaps, as CNET’s Lynn La suspects, perhaps “leaks” are part of Google’s marketing strategy).

Google’s latest flagship includes 5G support in Google’s Rota, and it went live on Google’s store prior to the announcement. It starts at $ 699 (£ 599, AU $ 999). This fits with its Stadia cloud-gaming service strategy. Camera Portrait adds the LIght and Night site to the camera in the picture. And with a new phone, Google added a big bundle of services a la Apple One.

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Google takes its midrange phones starting at $ 499 (£ 499, AU $ 799) to 5G.

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The $ 50 (£ 60, AU $ 99) updated Chromecast features a new remote with an auxiliary button, as well as dedicated buttons for high-profile streaming services. “More Assisted TV” is Google’s tagline for Google TV, which seems to be Android TV: The Next Generation. It updates the recommendation engine and provides better search results, as well as aggregates your streaming subscriptions.

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