Wrapping up here, because we don't want anyone feeling left out, here is the HTC-made Pixel 2. It will arrive in "Just Black", "Clearly White", and "Kinda Blue", the latter of which should be taken literally, as it's more of a periwinkle. It'll also have 64GB and 128GB storage options and be priced at $649 and $749, respectively. In addition, it has revealed some information on the arrival of Active Edge for Google Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2.
Knowing all of this, it's safe to assume that Google will finally unveil the next generation of Google Pixel devices on 4 October. The smart speaker will come with Google Assistant, and it'll probably include all the features that are available on the larger Google Home.
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Apparently, as speculated by The Verge, the stiff competition between Apple and Google has become even more fierce with the coinciding announcements of the Pixel and the release month of iPhone X. Google even released a teaser video with someone typing questions in the Google search engine. The most unbelievable thing is that it'll cost just $49. (Samsung's smaller phones, the S8 and S8+, still use singular rear shooters, so Google's not alone here.) We haven't seen the fronts of the phones, but we're hoping to see the Pixel lines lose some of their chunky bezels.
Google Home Mini will retail for $49, and be available in three colors described as "chalk, charcoal and coral", according to the report.
Speaking of the Assistant, 9to5Google also found references to new voices for Google's digital helper (you'll now be able to choose male or female voices), and the "possibility" of a new command to call up the Assistant in the first place.