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Google has announced new phones, tablet and Chromecast

Google has announced new phones, tablet and Chromecast

Google has announced new phones, tablet and Chromecast

Google has announced new phones, tablet and Chromecast

 

Today has been a very busy day for Google with the announcement of their new Nexus 6P and 5X phones, Pixel C Tablet and new Video and Audio versions of their Chromecast.

Both of these new mobile phones and the new Pixel C Tablet will be running on Google's newest Marshmallow operating system and can be charged using the all-new reversible USB Type-C Connector. 

 

  Google has announced new phones, tablet and Chromecast  

 

Now let's get started talking about Google's new 5x and 6P phones, which will be built by LG and Huawei respectively. Both will be charged by the new USB Type C connector, allowing fast charging and more longevity and resistance to wear.

The Nexus 6P will be Google's new flagship phone, being their first all-metal-body phone and will have a screen size of 5.7" and will be using the powerful 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor running at 2GHz and will have 3GB of RAM. 

This phone will also have a 3,450 mAh battery, a integrated fingerprint sensor a 8MP front facing camera and a 12.3 MP rear facing camera with the ability to record video at 4K. 

This phone will be available from a starting price of $499 and will be available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB models. 

The Nexus 5X will be a considerably smaller mobile phone with a 5.2" screen, a 2,700 mAh battery, the same 12.3MP rear facing camera as the Nexus 6P and a 5MP front facing camera. This Phone will also be using a weaker Snapdragon 808 processor clocked at 1.8GHz and will contain only 2GB of RAM. 

The Nexus 5X will be available for the price of $379 and will come in 16GB and 32GB variants. 

Both mobile phones will be available "later in October" and will be sold unlocked. 

 

Google has announced new phones, tablet and Chromecast  

 The Google Pixel C, where the C stands for convertible, will be a new 10.2" Android tablet which is designed to be what Google call a "productivity aid". This tablet can be fitted with a detachable "full-size"keyboard add-on. 

This tablet will be using Nvidia's powerful Tegra X1 SoC which contains Nvidia's Maxwell Graphics architecture and will have 3GB of RAM. This will be great for pushing this tablet's 2560x1800 resolution and will be available with 32GB or 64GB of storage. 

This tablet will b available for $499 for the 32GB version and for $599 for the 64GB version and will be arriving in time for holiday 2015.  

 

Google has announced new phones, tablet and Chromecast  

And Finally we have Google's new iteration of their popular Chromecast device, which will offer several key improvements over the original. 

Firstly this version will be available in two flavors, with the Chromecast Video and Chromecast Audio versions. Both will be available for the price of £30 and are designed for streaming video or audio, hence the two names. 

This new version of the Chomecast features a beefier wireless solution for better streaming quality and stability, since that was one of the biggest problems users had with the original Chromecast. This should allow users to enjoy streaming content to their tv in a much more seamless and enjoyable way. 

 

You can join the discussion on Google's new Chromecast, 5X and 6P Phones and their Pixel C Tablet on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

30-09-2015, 11:44:11

TPC
the chromecast will be mine! (once it goes on winter sale on amazon )Quote

30-09-2015, 13:18:50

NeverBackDown
Really interested in the phones.. I want an unlocked one as soon as my contract ends. Waiting to see if Windows phones step up there game tooQuote

30-09-2015, 19:35:01

Kushiro
Certainly does look nice.Quote
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