Google's New Earbuds Could Change How People Communicate

Nichole Vega
October 9, 2017

Earlier this week, Google showcased its latest flagship smartphones, the Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL. Both devices offer top-of-the-line features include a new fancy 18:9 OLED display, perhaps the best and most eye-catching feature on these smartphones are their camera sensors. For example, Verizon claims to deliver Pixel XL 2 products by October 25 and those products are very much in stock. Independent camera testers, DXO, has rated the Pixel 2 camera as the best camera of any smartphone, with a record-breaking score of 98, far higher than the score of 89 for last year's Pixel, which at the time was the highest score as well. All pictures and videos of the road trip are captured on the Pixel 2 and no colour editing or post production tweaks were made to the images.

The report explains that the song recognise feature will work after you ask the question. Both products prove the search engine giant is serious about pushing forward with its own line of Android devices, and you know what, they could be the best Android-powered smartphones yet.

Back in May, the company spoke for the first time about Google Lens-a new set of visual features that help you learn more about the world around you and get things done. For the Pixel 2, the massive bottom and top bezels wrap up in a 5-inch display, quite similar to its predecessor.

There is an adaptability to the double camera that can't be coordinated by a solitary focal point unit, and focuses should without a doubt be deducted from the Google Pixel 2 camera for this oversight.

Google Pixel 2 XL comes with a 12.2 Megapixel rear camera with Dual LED flash, OIS, EIS, and Laser Dual Pixel Phase Detection.

If you want to carry on a conversation with someone who's not wearing Pixel Buds, you're going to have to hand over your phone to them.

Pixel 2 is now water and dust-resistant and comes with an IP67 standard. It also features optical and electronic video stabilization for smoother videos.

Not only that however, the second reason is that even though I am driving, if my phone starts ringing there is usually nothing stopping me from being able to pull in, stop and answer the phone. The company is expecting the devices to give neck-to-neck competition to Apple's new generation iPhones and Samsung Galaxy S8. It doesn't appear to discriminate if you are the one who is driving or if you are just riding in a auto, bus or other vehicle, so if you own a Pixel 2, it's best to disable this feature if you are not driving (again, assuming you want people to contact you).

While Modojo battled away at the flood of incoming news this week, Google took to the stage to reinforce Android's place in the modern mobile market. Currently, no details are available of the rollout in countries other than the US.

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