Google unveiled its latest entry of the Pixel 4 smartphone and other hardware devices at the annual Made by Google event Tuesday, all of which are aimed at getting consumers hooked on the company’s artificial intelligence services.
The new Pixel 4 smartphone holds the best facial recognition technology, a second camera lens, and motion-sensing technology that allows consumers to skip songs or switch apps without ever touching the phone which is a cool feature.
The Pixel 4’s starting price is at $799 and will go on sale October 24 this year. The larger XL version will cost $899, and both are available in black, white or orange.
The Pixel 4, as well as other newly announced products like the Nest Mini speaker and Pixel Buds wireless earbuds, invoke the AI-powered Google Assistant. The Assistant, akin to Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa, is now available on more than 1 billion devices, including ones made by other manufacturers.
Google is definitely not giving up on the AI market and this only shows how far the technology companies are willing to invest in Artificial Intelligence.
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