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  • - So this year marks Google's 20th anniversary.

  • So let's talk about what we've been workin' on.

  • First, for life on the go,

  • we designed the world's best camera,

  • and put it in the world's most helpful phone.

  • Introducing the beautiful new Pixel 3.

  • For life at work and at play (laughs),

  • we're bringing the power and productivity

  • of a desktop to a gorgeous tablet called Pixel Slate.

  • And for life at home, we designed a smart display

  • so you can hear and see the info you need

  • and manage your connected home from a single screen.

  • Introducing Google Home Hub.

  • (audience whoops)

  • And here they are,

  • comin' up here in the pedestals for the first time,

  • seen in real life.

  • - Let me tell you about how we've reimagined

  • Google for the home.

  • With Google Home Hub,

  • we've redesigned Google's most helpful services

  • like Search, YouTube, Maps, Calendar, and Photos

  • so they're easily controllable with your voice

  • and provide glanceable help.

  • You can also choose from four beautiful colors

  • to complement any room.

  • We also consciously did not put a camera on Hub

  • so that it was comfortable to use

  • in the private spaces of your home like your bedroom.

  • We wanted to make sure that Hub

  • is not a bright, glowing screen in your home.

  • So we made sure that Hub can respond automatically

  • to the ambient light in the room.

  • Finally, we also wanted Hub to be a communal device,

  • one that works for everyone in your home.

  • So let me call up Mark, one of our product managers,

  • to show you Hub in action.

  • - With Hub, I can just say,

  • hey, Google, good morning.

  • - [Google Hub] Good morning, Mark.

  • The time is 9:00 a.m.

  • Currently, in San Francisco, it's 64 and sunny.

  • The best way to get to work by car

  • is via US 101 South, then will take 45 minutes.

  • There are 11 entries in your calendar.

  • By the way, remember to pick up eggs for dinner tonight.

  • - Because Hub recognized my voice,

  • it tells me everything I need to know

  • while I'm finishing up my cup of coffee.

  • You can simply use your voice

  • to get help in the kitchen.

  • You can set multiple timers.

  • You can find out how many ounces are in a cup.

  • You can even figure out what to cook for dinner tonight.

  • Now, I'd like to tell you a little bit more

  • about YouTube on Hub.

  • The YouTube experience has been optimized

  • so I have access to a ton of how-to videos,

  • just by using my voice.

  • With YouTube music,

  • you can easily find the perfect song, video, or artist.

  • Through December, Hub comes with six months

  • of YouTube Premium on us,

  • including ad-free videos

  • and our new YouTube music streaming service.

  • But sometimes, it's really hard to disconnect

  • and enjoy time with friends and family.

  • Hub can help with that, too.

  • Just put Hub into Downtime Mode,

  • and it won't interact with anyone in the house

  • except for those critical things like alarms.

  • With filters, you can assure that everyone in the home

  • is enjoying family-friendly content.

  • - You can even see the state of your entire home

  • at a glance.

  • With Hub, we're introducing Home View.

  • With a swipe down from the top of the screen,

  • you can bring up a simple Dashboard.

  • The Dashboard shows you the state of your entire home

  • at a quick glance

  • so you can turn down the temperature in the bedroom

  • and turn up the music in the living room.

  • And we're providing the same level of control

  • even if you're not near your Hub.

  • We've redesigned Google Home App

  • to be the mobile controller for your smartphone.

  • It has the same Home View Dashboard as Hub.

  • So now, you can control all your devices from any phone,

  • even when you're not at home.

  • So we made sure that Hub was deeply integrated

  • with Nest devices,

  • like Nest Camera, Nest Thermostat,

  • and even Hello Doorbell.

  • So, for instance, if you're having dinner,

  • and someone happens to ring your doorbell,

  • (doorbell rings)

  • Hub will automatically show you the front door.

  • And you can tap a quick response or use your voice

  • to let your guest know that you'll be right there.

  • Home View lets you control over 200 million devices

  • from over a thousand brands,

  • many of them in your home today.

  • So now, with a simple tap or with your voice,

  • you can control your Dish Hopper DVR,

  • your Chromecast, your Vizio TV,

  • and even your Philips Hue light bulb.

  • You can pre-order Google Home Hub

  • on the Google Store today for $149,

  • and it's also available on October 22

  • at retail locations here in the US, UK, and Australia.

  • - Last year, Chrome OS took a big step forward

  • with the introduction of apps from the Google Play Store.

  • And also with the introduction of helpfulness

  • from the Google Assistant.

  • And today, we're sharing a new chapter

  • for our vision for Chrome OS

  • with the launch of Google Pixel Slate.

  • - We designed Pixel Slate to be both thin and light.

  • It's crafted with beautiful lines and rounded edges

  • in a stylish midnight blue.

  • Pixel Slate is engineered with a stunning detail display,

  • so sitting back to enjoy a movie is better than ever.

  • It has 293 pixels per inch.

  • That's six million pixels,

  • for the sharpest picture in the category.

  • So with Pixel Slate, we've positioned the speakers

  • on the front of the device

  • so they can direct stereo sound towards you.

  • It's also a great device for cord cutters,

  • and nothing brings this to life better than YouTubeTV.

  • We're excited to give you three months of YouTubeTV

  • with the purchase of a new Pixel Slate or Pixelbook.

  • We're bringing some of that same innovative engineering

  • to Pixel Slate's eight megapixel front-facing

  • and rear-facing cameras.

  • We've also designed the front-facing camera

  • to be perfect for video chat.

  • It has a wide-angle lens

  • so you can fit everyone in the frame

  • and a sensor with larger pixels

  • which allows for excellent low-light performance.

  • Check out the reconfigured launcher.

  • Instead of hunting for the app you need,

  • machine learning customizes the launcher just for you.

  • You can easily multitask with features like Split Screen,

  • which lets you seamlessly shift between work and play.

  • And now with Pixel Slate, the Google Assistant

  • is even more deeply integrated within Chrome OS.

  • Simply use your voice,

  • and the Assistant can help you find a restaurant,

  • dictate an email, or play your favorite show.

  • Pixel Slate's power button doubles as a fingerprint sensor,

  • so you can unlock it just as quickly and securely

  • as you do your Pixel Phone.

  • The keyboard connects to Pixel Slate in a snap.

  • No pairing or charging needed.

  • Just connect it, and start typing.

  • The folio is infinitely adjustable

  • so you can comfortably use it an any angle you like.

  • Pixel Slate comes in several configurations,

  • starting at $599.

  • Pixel Slate Keyboard is $199,

  • and Pixelbook Pen, now in matching midnight blue, is $99.

  • All three will be available later this year

  • on the Google Store and at major retailers

  • in the US, Canada, and the UK.

  • - Finally, it's time to talk about phones.

  • (audience applauding)

  • Google Pixel 3 is designed from the inside out

  • to be the smartest, most useful device in your life.

  • - [Man] Pixel 3 comes in three colors,

  • Just Black, Clearly White, and a new color,

  • which is not pink.

  • - The new Pixel comes in two display sizes.

  • The 5 1/2 inch Pixel 3

  • and the 6.3 inch Pixel 3 XL.

  • Both of 'em share the same features,

  • but we know users who want a bigger phone

  • really want a bigger screen.

  • So we designed Pixel 3 XL's screen

  • to extend all the way to the upper corners.

  • - Our front-firing stereo speakers are 40% louder

  • and richer than last year.

  • Pixel 3 is the first phone that shifts

  • with the new YouTube music streaming experience,

  • and we're giving it to Pixel owners on us for six months.

  • - Everyone raves about the Pixel camera,

  • and today, the smartest camera gets even better

  • with the Pixel 3.

  • You can still miss the perfect shot

  • if you don't hit the shutter at exactly the right moment.

  • Top Shot solves that problem.

  • Top Shot automatically captures alternate shots in HDR Plus.

  • So if your timing wasn't perfect,

  • it'll suggest a better one.

  • You can also scroll through the alternates

  • and save one of those instead.

  • - And then, there's Super Res Zoom.

  • Instead of shooting a grainy photo,

  • Pixel 3 shoots a burst of photos, each a bit different,

  • taking advantage of the natural tiny movements

  • of your hand.

  • You can guess what happens next.

  • You run the variations through a merging algorithm

  • to create a beautiful zoomed-in shot,

  • so you can get closer to the details

  • and frame your shot the way you want.

  • - Another feature that we're really excited about

  • is Night Sight.

  • Night Sight works so well,

  • you'll never use your flash again.

  • In extreme low light, we turn to machine learning

  • to choose the right colors

  • based on the content of the image.

  • - So we added a second camera on the front

  • that captures 184% more of the scene than iPhone 10S.

  • The difference is striking.

  • You aren't just getting more people in the frame,

  • you're getting more details.

  • - We've evolved AR stickers to what we now call Playground

  • and built it into both the front and rear cameras.

  • - This year, we integrated Google Lens

  • directly into the Pixel 3 camera.

  • Point it at a takeout menu,

  • and Lens will pull out the phone number to call.

  • Point at a movie poster to click through to the URL.

  • So now, when your friend's wearing

  • a cool new pair of sunglasses,

  • or you see some shoes you like in a magazine,

  • you can use Lens to find them online

  • and browse similar styles.

  • - So here's a quick list of some of the other features

  • you'll see in our demo area later.

  • - Photo Booth Mode automatically snaps photos

  • with a smile or when you make a funny face.

  • No shutter button needed.

  • - With Motion Auto Focus, just tap on people,

  • puppies, or anything else that won't hold still,

  • and they'll stay in focus as they move around the frame.

  • And one of the best aspects of Pixel 3

  • is free unlimited storage at original quality.

  • You'll never have to worry

  • about storing, syncing, or finding your photos.

  • And we're going even further to help you with phone calls

  • with our new Call Stream Feature.

  • When you get that call,

  • and you can't or don't want to pick up,

  • just tap the screen call button,