¹Pixel has a water protection rating of IP67 under IEC standard 60529. Charger and accessories are not water-resistant.
²Google Lens only available for languages that use Latin alphabets. Requires internet connection.
³Unlimited original-quality storage for photos and videos taken with Pixel until Jan. 15, 2021, and high-quality storage for photos taken with Pixel afterwards. Requires Google Account and internet connection. click to know more
Daydream-ready phones are smartphones built for VR with high-resolution displays, ultra-smooth graphics and high-fidelity sensors for precise head tracking. Learn more at g.co/daydream/phones. Phone and power charger/adapter are not included.
²Requires Chromecast device. On compatible mobile devices (Android, iOS), the Google Home app is required to set up Chromecast (1st gen), Chromecast, Chromecast Ultra, and TVs with Chromecast built-in. Minimum operating system requirements can be found at g.co/home/req. The Google Home app is not required to set up a Chromecast or cast to a Chromecast from computers. Read More
Google Allo is a new smart messaging app for Android and iOS that helps you say more and do more. Express yourself better with stickers, doodles, and huge emojis and text. Allo also brings you the Google Assistant, preview edition.
Google Allo makes it easier for you to respond quickly and keep the conversation going, even when you’re on the go. With Smart Reply, you can respond to messages with just a tap, so you can send a quick “yup” in response to a friend asking “Are you on your way?” Smart Reply will also suggest responses for photos. If your friend sends you a photo of their pet, you might see Smart Reply suggestions like “aww cute!” Read More
The Google story begins in 1995 at Stanford University. Larry Page was considering Stanford for grad school and Sergey Brin, a student there, was assigned to show him around. By some accounts, they disagreed about nearly everything during that first meeting, but by the following year they struck a partnership. Working from their dorm rooms, they built a search engine that used links to determine the importance of individual pages on the World Wide Web. They called this search engine Backrub