Google Pixel 2, Pixelbook, Home Mini, Daydream View images, price leaked

Google Pixel 2

It seems almost all the products set to be launched at Google’s upcoming October 4 event have been revealed in a massive leak. Droid Life has gotten its hands on images of the Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Daydream View, Home Mini, and Pixelbook.

The publication claims that these are the official names of the devices. Starting off with the Pixel 2, the HTC-manufactured phone is apparently going to be sold in Kinda Blue, Clearly White, and Just Black colors. It might be priced at $649 (roughly Rs 41740) for the 64GB option and $749 (approx Rs 48180) for the 128GB one.

Google Pixel 2 XL

As for the Pixel 2 XL, the LG-made smartphone may get restricted to Black & White and Just Black shades. The 64GB model could start at $849 (about Rs 54610) and the 128GB one at $949 (around Rs 61040). Moving on to the laptop side of things, the all-new Google Pixelbook looks like an updated take on Chromebooks.

Google Pixelbook

The Pixelbook might be able to fold into a tablet, making it a lot more versatile than earlier Chromebooks, and will likely get a $99 Pixelbook Pen accessory that has to be bought separately. The latter is set to be pressure sensitive, feature tilt support, and boast of zero lag.

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Google’s new 2-in-1 won’t be cheap though, costing $1199 (roughly Rs 77120), $1399 (approx Rs 89980), and $1749 (about Rs 112500) for the 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB variants, respectively. The brand’s latest Daydream View has gotten more expensive as well, upping the stakes by $20 to $99 (around Rs 6370).

Google Daydream View

The new colors consist of Charcoal, Coral and Fog. The VR headset may feature a more rugged design this time round, abandoning the softness of its predecessor for a nylon-like material. Perhaps this will better deal with the sweatiness associated with such devices.

Google Home Mini

Finally, the Google Home Mini will probably be cheaper than its bigger variant at $49 (roughly Rs 3150). It might be available in Chalk, Charcoal and Coral colors. It seems the device will require constant power and won’t be wireless. Assistant will be front-and-center to schedule events, read out news, and set reminders.