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Which Pixel announcement from Google I/O 2022 was your favorite?

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At Google I/O 2022, so many Pixels were announced that Google could form a complete image.

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Google I/O 2022 has come and gone, and there were numerous announcements made during the two-day developer conference. However, Google’s Pixel was the star of the show, with a slew of Pixel announcements to get us through the summer, fall, and even 2023.

Google I/O 2022 Highlights: Pixel 6A with 12MP camera launched at $449;  Pixel 7 teased - The Economic Times
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Google I/O 2022 has come and gone, and there were numerous announcements made during the two-day developer conference. However, Google’s Pixel was the star of the show, with a slew of Pixel announcements to get us through the summer, fall, and even 2023.

Google's new Pixel Buds Pro come with noise cancellation and long battery  life - The Verge
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The Pixel Buds Pro will be released alongside the Pixel 6a this summer, giving us the long-awaited ANC Pixel Buds. They have a battery life of up to 31 hours with the included charging case, support wireless charging, and look great.

Google I/O 2022 | Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro teased alongside Pixel Watch, Pixel  Tablet
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Google was also kind enough to give us a sneak peek at the Pixel devices that will be available this fall. The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will look similar to the Pixel 6 series, and they will not have a matte finish, as we were initially told (to the dismay of many). We only know that they will use a next-generation Tensor chipset and have similar camera setups. We probably know even less about the Pixel Watch, which will be released alongside the next-generation flagships. It will run Wear OS, have LTE connectivity, and be the first Wear OS device to integrate Fitbit. Nonetheless, it’s exciting to know that the long-awaited Pixel Watch is finally on the way.

Finally, Google gave us a sneak peek at the upcoming Pixel Tablet. It has a simple design that doesn’t scream “premium,” but it apparently will compete with the best Android tablets on the market. Unfortunately, we won’t see the launch until 2023. Still, it demonstrates Google’s commitment to improving the Android tablet experience, which is why Andrew Myrick’s favorite announcement at Google I/O was the Pixel Tablet.

So, how about you? Which Pixel announcement was your favorite? To share your thoughts, please leave a comment on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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