Google is hosting its huge fall event today using the firm formally taking the wraps off a fresh lineup of Nexus smartphones from different producing associates, its new 2nd-gen Chromecast that we uncovered formerly, a re-vamped Google Pictures encounter, and significantly, much more.
For the newest Nexus line-up, Google is introducing a fresh Nexus 6P made by Huawei, a 5.7-inch device with a QHD AMOLED display, a 12.3MP f/2.0 Sony camera detector, and a Snapdragon 8 10 central processing unit. That comes along with the new LG Nexus 5X, a $379 device that sports a 5.2-inch, 1080 x 1920 LCD, a Snapdragon 808 central processing unit, and the sam e 12.3MP f/2.0 Sony detector as the 6P. Through the statement, Google took the chance to compare the newest camera to Apple’s new 1 2-mega pixel shot on the iPhone 6s:
Google stated that in low-light the newest Nexus 6P out-performs all other mobiles to get several systems of measurement. In addition, it declared that equally new devices help 4K movie (much like the newest iPhone 6s line-up) and a a Good Break Open pictures feature that creates brief animated gifs perhaps not unlike Apple’s new Stay Pictures attribute in iOS 9.
Additionally, Google supported a in-Coming 10.2 “Pixel C” Android tablet PC with a magnetic, detachable keyboard that will certainly become its iPad Pro competition. It additionally went over some new particulars for Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and declared new business stats including 1.4B Android actives, 1B energetic Perform customers, 30k new Chromebooks/day, and 10k businesses using Android for Function.
But maybe most essential for Apple users is the statement of new Google Pictures characteristics. Chromecast assistance, individuals tagging, common records and more come to Google Pictures with the majority of attributes after in 2013, coming in addition to iOS and Apple users to Android. Not only that, Google formally declared its next generation Chromecast devices that comes with other attributes that were new and Chromecast sound.
Head under for the fast and simple links to our complete coverage of every statement on 9to5Google: