Google Announces some Amazing things in its event #madebygoogle. "It's just the Starting..."

On 4th October 2016, Google in its event "Made by Google" has come up with some amazing announcements to transform your future, your way of living and for a starting of a New Tech era.

Video of Live Event: Please forward it to 25:40. First 25 minutes no Video.

Google wants you to start looking at it as a hardware company.  It announced new Pixel phones, a smart voice assistant-powered speaker called Google Home, a VR platform and more. 

Here are the coolest things the company announced.

The Nexus Is Dead, Long Live the Pixel Phones

Google unveiled two brand new phones, the Pixel and Pixel XL. The Pixel line of phones looks like they’ll be replacing the Nexus phones as the “pure Android” experience from here on out. Unlike previous Nexus phones, which were made in partnership with third-party hardware manufacturers, these phones are entirely Google-branded (even though HTC still seems to be involved with the production, according to FCC filings).
The Pixel will be the first phone to include the Google Assistant. The company spent a great deal of time touting how it made the “hardware and software together” which implies that it won’t be a simple software rollout to add Google Assistant to older phones.
The Pixel phones will also include unlimited photo and video backup through Google Photos. It even saves them at full resolution. That’s a pretty big deal when your phone is recording at 4K. Normally, Google limits you to 16 megapixels and 1080p video, otherwise your uploads count against your Google Drive quota. They’re also the first phones to support Daydream VR.

Google Assistant Will Follow You Everywhere, Replaces Most of Google Now

Google started its event by talking about Assistant, and it was the focal point of nearly every product. A lot of Assistant’s functionality will look familiar if you’re used to Google Now and Google Now On Tap. You can search for events nearby, make reservations, send text messages, and play music.

Google Home Launches November 4th, Will Cost $129

We first heard about Google Home at Google I/O earlier this year. Now, we have a price. It will cost $129, launch November 4th, and you can pre-order it now. This is Google’s answer to the Amazon’s Echo, the little speaker that sits in your living room, kitchen, or bedroom and passively listens for voice commands. However, Google wants to take its speaker to the next level with Google Assistant.

The Chromecast Ultra Brings Simple, Cheap Streaming to Your 4K TV

The Chromecast might be one of Google’s more clever ideas in recent years. Now, if you have a 4K TV, the Chromecast has your back. For $69, you can get the new Chromecast Ultra, which supports 4K video. Google says it made the device faster, but let’s be real. The only reason you’re getting this device is if you need 4K. Otherwise, just get the regular Chromecast for half the price.

Daydream Is Google’s VR Platform, Coming First to the Pixel Phones

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