Google just announced its new phone, the Pixel 3

Google announced the Pixel 3 phone at a press event in New York City on Tuesday.
It's one of several products that were expected during Google's event. Google also announced the Pixel Slate, a new Chromebook tablet that can double as a laptop, and Google Home Hub that's like a Google Home but with a built-in screen.
The Pixel 3 succeeds last year's Pixel 2 phone. It will be available in two sizes, including an XL model that sports a larger display.

Google Home Hub

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The Google Home Hub is like a Google Home, with a built-in speaker and Google's smart assistant. You can ask it to turn on the lights, lock the doors, the weather, how long it will take to get to work and more. But, unlike a Google Home, it also has a built-in display that can show photos and more visual answers to your questions -- like a snapshot of the traffic on your commute or the weather forecast. It's a lot like Amazon's Echo Show.
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Google also says it doubles as the world's "best photo frame." You can use it to show any album you've created, or that was shared with you, when it's idle. A feature called "live albums" lets you select people you want to see -- like your kids or grandchildren -- and then will only show you pictures of those people. It's automatically updated as you upload new pictures, too.
Pre-orders start Tuesday and it costs $149.

Google Pixel Slate

The Google Pixel Slate
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The Google Pixel Slate
The Pixel Slate succeeds last year's Pixelbook laptop but, instead of having a display that folds back behind the screen for a tablet-experience, the Slate has a keyboard that can be detached from the screen. This allows it to serve more like an iPad Pro. It still runs ChromeOS, Google's laptop operating system that runs web apps and Android applications.
Google Pixel Slate
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