Today, I'm very excited to introduced to you to a new phone made by Google.
We call it Pixel.
We designed everything about Pixel from the industrial design to the user experience
Everything is simple and easy to use.
Something Google is all wasted for.
I really love how this phone looks and feels.
The rear glass creates a bold iconic element to give pixels personality and character.
The polished aluminium case gives the phone distinct look And there's a saddle wedge from the top to bottom.
It keeps it thin when your hand most naturally grips it.
And there's no unsightly camera bump.
Let's switch it to a demo.
The first thing you'll see with a new pixel launcher is round icons access to all of your apps, it is just swipe away.
And a clean polished look.
Show me my photos from last October.
Take a look at these pictures from your Google Photos.
It's pretty cool right?
With the quick voice command, my assistant found just the right pictures from a Google Photos collection.
And it doesn't just work with dates.
You can search for people, places, and things too Show me upcoming events at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley.
Hearst Greek Theatre/Events.
The Lumineers, Borns & Rayland Baxter, The Head and The Heart & The Tallest Man on Earth, Chance the Rapper and Lauryn Hill & Nas
So, let's talk about what just happened there.
Not only that the assistant recognize the venue I asked about But it was able to serve up relevant information, thanks to Google's Knowledge Graph.
Play me a song by The Lumineers.
Now, the assistant knows I like to listen to music on YouTube so that's the app it opens up.
Watch this, the assistant can also help.
Get information based on what's on my screen.
So I'll do the same long press gesture on home and then swipe up to get contextually relevant information.
So here's what just happened, the assistant recognized the restaurant in Lisa's text message and assembled all these useful information into a single card From the apps I have installed on the phone.
So there's actually industry group, DxOMark, that rates camera quality in almost all popular DSLR and smartphone cameras in the market.
So let me just put that score into context.
This isn't only the best camera we've ever made, it's the best smartphone camera anyone has ever made.
For instance Smartburst is a feature that lets you capture just the right moment.
By holding down the shutter button, you can capture a continuous stream of images and let Google intelligence select the sharpest, clearest photo of just the right moment.
And then there's HDR+.
It's built to work in any light so you get clear vivid pictures.
As in this example preserving both the dimly lit people in the foreground and the beautiful sunset behind them.
And finally my favorite feature are incredible video stabilisation.
It means that videos turn out smooth.
Even if you're not.
So let me tell you how this video is captured.
We mounted two cameras side by side, hit record on each and then started walking.
The one in the left has video stabilization turned off.
The one in the right has it on.
Just look at the difference.
This works by sampling the gyroscope at 200 times a second to figure out exactly how the camera is moving.
Even accounting for the rolling shutter and instantaneously compensating, each part of the image.
So you can avoid that jello effect you see with other forms of image stabilization.
So as a special bonus for Pixel owners, we're including free unlimited storage for photos and videos at original quality.
That's all your photos and videos at full resolution, including the rich 4K videos you can take with this phone.
Finally, Pixel comes in two sizes, a 5 inch and a 5.5 inch display.
All the great features you heard about today work on both.
And both of these sizes come with all of these amazing hardware specs.
Pixel is available in three colors descriptively named Quite Black, Very Silver And a limited edition really blue.
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