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At an event in New York, Google made the worst kept secrets in tech official.
Headlining the keynote were the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL, the company's flagship Android phones.
Starting at $799 and $899 respectively, and available for preorder right now, the new phones boast bigger screens and a slew of machine learning features A lot of the upgrades for the devices are on the software side of things, so items like call screening, Top Shot, and super res zoom, will all make their way to existing Pixel phones as well.
However, the extra wide group selfie lens is only available on the new Pixel phones.
We already knew about the Google Home Hub, but we didn't know how impressively priced it would be.
The 149 users get a very capable Amazon Echo shell competitor with a touch screen that aims to make managing your smart home seamless.
The Home Hub comes in four colors and is available for preorder right now.
And finally, Google also showed off its first ever Chrome OS tablet, the Pixel Slate.
Starting at 5.99, the Slate offers a variety of spec configurations maxing out at 14.99.
All model sport, a fingerprint sensor, two USB-C ports and stereo speakers.
An optional Pixel keyboard case will set you back another 1.99 and the Pixel Book Pen is another 99.
No word yet on when they'll start shipping.
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