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  • SPEAKER 1: Hey, Google.

  • What did I miss?

  • SPEAKER 2: Here they are seen in real life for the first time.

  • For life at home, we designed a smart display

  • so you can manage your connected home from a single screen.

  • For life, at work, and at play, we're

  • bringing the power and productivity of a desktop

  • to a gorgeous tablet.

  • For life on the go, we designed the world's best camera

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

  • DIYA JOLLY: Let me tell you about how we've re-imagined

  • 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.

  • SPEAKER 3: Google Home Hub is the best display

  • made for the kitchen.

  • You can just use your voice.

  • 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.

  • DIYA JOLLY: We also wanted Hub to be

  • a communal device, one that works

  • for everyone in your home.

  • Google Home Hub is the perfect display

  • to help you manage your thoughtful home

  • and provide the help you need with a glance.

  • BRIAN RAKOWSKI: Google Pixel Slate

  • is a completely new experience giving you

  • powerful productivity in a fresh mobile form.

  • It's something that isn't a laptop trying

  • to be a tablet or a tablet that's

  • really a phone pretending to be a computer.

  • Instead, we combined the most helpful elements of all of them

  • to create a modern computing experience people have

  • been asking for.

  • It's your own personal Google right at your fingertips.

  • Pixel Slate also includes a tightened security chip

  • so your information, device passwords, and operating system

  • are protected on your device.

  • [APPLAUSE]

  • LIZA MA: Finally, it's time to talk about phones.

  • Google Pixel 3 is designed from inside out to be the smartest,

  • most useful device in your life.

  • BRIAN RAKOWSKI: Pixel 3 was built

  • with exceptionally beautiful and thoughtful design choices.

  • The matte finish on the all-glass

  • back is the first of its kind.

  • We added a second camera on the front

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

  • Now you can fit everyone in the shot

  • without a selfie stick or unusually long arms like mine.

  • LIZA MA: You can still miss the perfect shot

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

  • Top Shot solves that problem.

  • Another feature that we're really excited about

  • is Night Sight.

  • Night Sight works so well, you'll

  • never use your flash again.

  • When you get that call and you can't or don't want to pick up,

  • just tap screen call, and your phone will ask who's calling

  • and why.

  • You'll see the conversation transcribed

  • in real time on your screen.

  • You can decide whether to pick up or mark the call as spam.

  • You'll never have to talk to another telemarketer.

  • We're excited to announce the smartest wireless charger ever,

  • the new Pixel Stand.

  • The Pixel Stand isn't just a charger.

  • It changes the way you interact with your phone.

  • You can control it with your voice

  • or with one touch suggestions on the display.

  • SPEAKER 4: So there they are--

  • the newest members of this year's Made By Google family.

  • We've designed them from the inside out

  • to give you your own personal Google.

  • We feel a deep responsibility to our users

  • to provide a helpful, personal Google experience

  • while keeping their information secure

  • and making sure they're in control

  • of their digital well-being.

SPEAKER 1: Hey, Google.

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