Let us take a closer look at this 2-in-1 Google Pixelbook device and it's specifications and pricing details.
Rumors for the upcoming Google smartphone contender suggest that the phone will make use of the powerful and compact Snapdragon 835 processor with 4 gigabytes (GB) of RAM, pressure sensitive sides, and, of course, water and dust resistance.
In terms of the pricing, the entry-level variant will cost $1,199 and pack 128GB of storage, the 256GB model will cost $1,399 while the most expensive option comes at $1,749 with 512GB of storage. The Pixel 2 XL will start at $849 for the 64GB model and jump up to $949 for the 128GB model.
Finally, Google will be announcing a new version of its Daydream View VR headset that, frankly, doesn't look much different from the current model. Again, it's getting a bump to 64GB, with a 128GB option for $749. The company will reportedly bring in a few finance plans. For users with lots of smart home devices, this could be an easy way to automate functions, like when you're either entering your house or turning on your home entertainment system.
The first-generation Google Pixel XL costs $869 through the Google Store right this minute.
A leaked shot of the smaller Pixel 2. The colors here are "black" (which looks just like the 2 XL), an all-white version, and one version called "Kinda Blue". Additionally, the potential feature also lines up with production speculation for the Pixel 2. This will certainly boost Google Assistant's multi-tasking capabilities to the next level. The Pixel 2 XL is expected to sport a 6-inch OLED display with 18:9 aspect ratio, pushing the device into the phablet territory. Shown below is the first image of the Pixelbook. As with previous Google-branded phones, it's not expected that the Pixel XL 2 will support microSD card expansion. Other rumored features include IP68 rating making them waterproof and dust resistant, and Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box.