Google this year announced a whole slew of new Android devices and Chromecast devices that take the Google device ecosystem to the next level.
The first, the Nexus 6P, is a massive 5.7 in device, with a QHD display, and for the first time an all metal body. The device has a massive 1.55 micron lense at 12 megapixel for amazing photos, alongside a 8 megapixel front facing camera. It will have a 3450 mah battery with USB type C, 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 810 and will be running Android 6.0 Marshmallow when it launches later this month and will start at $499.
Those of you who are fans of the Nexus 5 will be happy to know that the 5X will be more of the same. With a refined design,same camera and USB type c connector, a fingerprint sensor (same as the Nexus 6P) a Snapdragon 808, 3GB of Ram and 32GB of non expandable storage. The device will launch with Android Marshmallow and will start at $379.
Google also announced their own Android tablet, The Pixel C. Based on the Chromebook Pixel, the Pixel C is an iPad and Surface competitor that runs Android 6.0. The Pixel C has a 10.2 QHD display a beautiful all metal design, 3GB of RAM and a Nvdia X1 processor. An interesting feature with this tablet is that the battery light indicator can display the battery levels just by tapping the bar. The keyboard can also be inductively charged by covering the display of the Pixel C and can reportedly last for 3 months on a single charge – even longer when charged to the Pixel. The Pixel C will run Android 6.0 and will launch later this year.
Finally, Google updated the Chromecast with faster WiFi and colors – and still sells for $35. In addition Google also announced Chromecast Audio which allows users to stream music, podcasts etc, to any set of speakers, smart or not, all for just $35.