A new version of the Android Auto app makes Google's in-car experience to anyone with a relatively recent Android smartphone.
Google's newly unveiled Pixel smartphones go on sale from October 20. Outright, the Pixel starts at $1,079 and the Pixel XL at $1,269. If you're not too keen on dropping over a grand on a phone in one go, a 24-month Telstra contract is your only option this time around, at least for the time being.
It's easy to see Google's newly unveiled Pixel smartphones as an act of war. When October 20 rolls around, Google's premium devices will not only go head-to-head with the iPhone, but with Samsung's high-end smartphone family.
Google has been making software for smartphones for almost a decade now. It's also worked with partners including Samsung, LG, and Huawei to make Nexus devices running unmodified versions of Android. But today, Google has unveiled the first two smartphones it can truly call its own: the Pixel and the Pixel XL.
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