More Pixelbook specs leak out on the eve of Google's hardware event

We are just 24 hours away from Google's much-awaited Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL launch event. However, it seems like the smartphones may not be the only new products that the company has in store for us. The latest victim is Google's Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices. Looking by the tech firm's first venture to design a smartphone in-house, the next iteration should be a very exciting set of of handsets. The Pixel 2, or as we like to call it here at Ausdroid, the lesser Pixel 2, will have the same display ratio as past year and bezels that are either the same or slightly bigger. Digging a bit shows that these images are also correlated with a device referred to as "google-home-tiny" in the app's code.

Another product on the list belongs to Google's Pixel Chromebook lineup.

Coming to the pricing, Pixel 2 is expected to be priced at $650/$750 while the Pixel 2 XL is expected to be priced at $850/$950. It's all one piece of glass, unlike the mostly bump-free Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8. Below you'll find everything you need to know about Google's flagship phones.

According to leaks, the upcoming Pixelbook will sport a flexible metal body and it will allow users to switch between the tablet and laptop mode.

Last month we heard through Droid-Life that the Google Pixelbook will be sold alongside a $99 stylus called the Pixelbook Pen, which will reportedly have pressure-sensitive and tilt support.

The listing was created by reseller Synnex, and has details about the new Chromebook Pixel as well as the Clips. The new smart speaker is said to be premium in terms of both design and build material. Thanks to a fresh leak from a popular online retailer, we've also now got a few more details about the rumored Google Home Mini.

It is unclear what may be different about these three models, storage capacity aside.

This will enable the device to provide answers to questions, control smart home devices, share information, play music, and more.

Elsewhere today's report also tells us a little more about the Pixelbook, which Google is likely pitching against Microsoft's Surface range.

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