Published: Sun, October 13, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Google Pixelbook Go with Ribbed Back Leaks Ahead of Official Launch

Google Pixelbook Go with Ribbed Back Leaks Ahead of Official Launch

Expect even more news and announcements next week, as Google is scheduled to announce a full range of new devices in NY on October 15th. Other devices set to make their debut next week include a new Nest Mini, a new Nest Wifi, and maybe new Pixel Buds. Google assured that Google Pixel 4 XL features a dual rear camera of 12 megapixels and 16 megapixels and a front camera of 8 megapixels with 4k and 1080 video resolution respectively. The two phones will have 2,800mAh and 3,700mAh batteries respectively. It will come with up to 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.

A brand new escape now shows more color selections for your Pixel 4 string. The spec sheet - above - also shows comparison with last year's Google Pixel 3 XL, showing a decent performance and specification improvement across the board (but you'd describe it as more evolutionary rather than revolutionary). It will have more rounded corners and edges and will be available in different colours.

Osaka to pick Japan nationality for Olympics
The 21-year-old tennis sensation was born in Japan to a Haitian father and Japanese mother but moved to NY when she was three. She turns 22 on Wednesday, the age at which Japanese law obliges dual-nationality citizens to choose one.


Night Sight also seems to be getting some general speed and quality improvements and maybe even the ability to do some astrophotography thanks to a new mode that will help "take photos of the starry sky". Adding Google Assistant integration will allow users to do things like suspend internet service in specific rooms using voice commands. The Titan C is a specialized integrated circuit that handles security-related tasks and protects the laptop's Chrome OS installation from tempering. The leak comes from 9to5Google who apparently got their hands on a Pixelbook Go prototype, and as you can guess, made an entire hands-on video around the device.

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