Walmart accidentally opens Google Home Mini up for pre-orders

Walmart accidentally opens Google Home Mini up for pre-orders

On today's podcast, we run through a bunch of those expected devices, including the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones, as well as the Google Home Mini smart speaker. Pacific to show off its new hardware to take us through 2017.

It's not entirely clear whether or not the Pixelbook will have different Core i5 processors for the different models, or whether Google is using the older seventh-generation cores, or the recent eighth-generation chips, but presumably we'll find out when Google formally announces the Pixelbook tomorrow. Presumably, a careless search giant employee left his testing unit visible to nearby compatible gadgets while preparing its installation or performing some last-minute software inspections.

The Home Mini was displayed at $49 and was said to be available from October 19. The retailer's diminutive smart speaker-dedicated webpage is obviously wiped clean now, but it was up long enough for a bunch of official images to flood the internet.

Newly released leak reveals that Google will also be updating the home screen on the upcoming Pixel phones with much simpler and cleaner look. This version is expected to be a successor to the Google Home with better features like stereo speakers.

The listing was created by reseller Synnex, and has details about the new Chromebook Pixel as well as the Clips.

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How about another angle for the Pixel 2 XL? But many details have already been revealed, including designs and color options for the devices. Chromebook fans are already looking forward to the launch of a new product in the series; its pricing could be a game changer. To recall, even last year's Pixel phones shipped with VR support. While the Google Pixel XL 2, which will be priced at $850 for a starting base model.

Now here's where we should see some significant improvement.

The devices are expected to house Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 System-on-Chip (SoC) and 4GB RAM.

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