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Google unveils new smartphones, watches, and tablets

Google presented an extended range of hardware goods on Wednesday with the newest signature. Beyond its primary advertising business, it continues to promise to compete with Apple.


Google presented an extended range of hardware goods on Wednesday with the newest signature. Beyond its primary advertising business, it continues to promise to compete with Apple.

Google introduced three new smartphones and the first in-house smartwatch at its first face-to-face developer conference in three years. Google has also updated several of its most popular features, such as maps, Google Translate, and core search offerings.

3 new Pixel smartphones

Google stunned smartphone lovers by introducing two new flagship products, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. The business does not provide many details, but the two smartphones will be available this autumn.

Google also unveiled the Pixel 6a smartphone, a less expensive variant of the Pixel 6 series that debuted earlier this year. The Pixel 6a is available in three colors: green, white, and black, and is powered by Google’s in-house Tensor processor.
It will be available on July 21st for $449 USD.


There is no lack of Android smartwatches on the market, but Google is aiming to produce its new wearable for the first time.

The business mocked the popular Pixel Watch by using Google’s Wear OS operating system, compatible with features such as the voice-enabled Google Assistant, Google Maps, and Google Wallet.

The integration with Fitbit, which Google purchased in 2019, provides various fitness and activity monitoring capabilities.

The Pixel Watch will be released alongside the Pixel 7 range in the autumn. Google also mocked the upcoming Pixel tablet, which the firm claims will be available in 2023.

Pro Pixel Buds

Google also unveiled Pixel Buds Pro, a new generation of Bluetooth headphones.

The new earbuds come in four colors: orange, green, white, and black, and they have capabilities like active noise reduction and 3D audio. The Pixel Buds Pro will be available on July 21st for $ 199.

Map immersion

Aside from the hardware, there were several new software upgrades. Users of Google Maps will soon be able to receive a real-world sense of a city by viewing 3D images of prominent attractions, restaurants, and businesses for improved representation of the space. According to Google, Google Maps already has satellite and street view choices, but the new immersive view feature mixes the two to create a “rich digital model” that makes users feel like they’re on the ground.

Sliding graduations let viewers see local conditions, congestion, and traffic at various times of the day.

Later this year, immersive views will be available on all mobile devices using Google’s Android operating system in Los Angeles, London, New York, San Francisco, and Tokyo.

Translation by Google

Google has expanded its translation tools to include 24 new languages. Google Translate is a step that the corporation claims focus on African and Indian languages, which are typically underserved by technology.

They include the Quechua language, spoken throughout the Andes, particularly in Peru. The language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is Lingala. Assamese is a language spoken in northeastern India. Tigrinya is a language spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea.

According to the firm, the service can now translate a total of 133 languages with the inclusion of the new language, which will be available to all Google Translate users in the coming days.

Updated skin tone scale

Google is introducing a new skin tone scale to broaden the scope of its products.

The firm said it would begin employing the Monkskin Tone Scale in ten hues established by Harvard University’s Professor Ellis Monk. Google uses it to evaluate how effectively AI models operate for persons of varied skin tones. Scales are also used by Google Picture Search, allowing users to filter beauty-related image queries by skin tone.

Google will also make the scale open source so that anyone may utilize it.

Virtual Card

Google is implementing virtual credit cards to safeguard your financial information when shopping online.

This function provides a virtual card number that customers may auto-fill on their Android mobile device or Google’s Chrome browser instead of accurate card information, disguising the actual credit card number from the firm they are shopping for.

This summer, virtual cards will be available only to US consumers with Visa, American Express, or Capital One credit cards. According to Google, MasterCard support will be added later this year.

Management of search privacy

Another feature unveiled on Wednesday promises to offer consumers more control over the results that appear when their name is searched on Google.

This function will be available in the coming months. It will allow users to quickly request that personal information such as phone numbers, emails, and home addresses be removed from search results.

Google intends to allow users to customize the advertising they see when surfing the Internet, selecting which ads they want to view and which they don’t.

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