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Google Embellished Pixel Smartphones with Cool AR Stickers

Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL facilitated to Give First AR Experience from Google Embellished Pixel Smartphones with Cool AR Stickers

The most awaited high tech smartphones Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL were launched by Google at an event in San Francisco. It unveils the first augmented reality feature that is beautifully incorporated in these high-segment smartphones. Google says the camera of these smartphones is perfectly optimized to project new cool AR stickers.  

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Google CEO ‘Sundar Pichai’ said at the launch event of Google Pixel Smartphones, “we think we are in the unique moment of time where we can bring the combination of AI, Software, and Hardware to bring the different perspective to solving problems for users.”


Additionally, Google shares its vision to endeavor for creating the next generation of devices that are radically helpful, remain present when you need them, simple to use and anticipate your needs.


With Pixel 2, the smartphones photography have been reimagined, to great hardware and unparalleled emoji software. DXO Mark has issued Pixel 2 an unprecedented score of 98 that has been the highest score of any smartphone’s camera. This smartphone allows users to take the selfie without clicking any button just by using voice command. It is a powerful way to bring the physical and digital together. However, a preview of the lens is yet to come in Google Pixel phones this year.


Google Pixel phones are newly updated with Google daydream view, which makes it virtual reality handset. Pixel 2 owners are facilitated with free IMAX movies. It is enabled with premium wireless headphones called ‘Google Pixel Buds’. Through Pixel 2, users can efficiently take the advantage of real-time Google translate in 40 languages during the natural conversation.

Google also showcased other marvelous developments that are being done with the use of ARCore platform. To grab these innovative and high-tech virtual headsets, buyers will have to count few more days because Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will be open for sale by the end of October this year.

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