Product Hunt Daily Digest
September 30th, 2020

NEW from Google
Google joins the 5G game.

Yesterday, Google unveiled the much-anticipated Pixel 5 and other products at its pre-recorded half-hour virtual hardware event.

Here’s a short version of everything ICYMI:

Pixel 5, Google's flagship smartphone now comes with 5G, 100% recycled aluminum body, a better camera with an ultrawide lens, and built-in reverse wireless charging that you can use to charge other devices. You can pre-order it from $699.

Google Pixel 4a with 5G essentially is an upgraded Pixel 4a with features similar to Pixel 5 and a lower price tag. Pre-orders start from $499.

Google Nest Audio (evolved from Google Home) is the all-new smart speaker promising more bass and volume. Pre-orders start from $99.

Chromecast with Google TV brings you an updated interface unifying streaming and TV services, 4K support, Google Assistant, and a remote controller. Also, you won’t need a phone anymore to play content. Available for $49.

Other noteworthy improvements include updated Google Duo, which will let you screen share with whoever you’re chatting with, and a new Google Assistant feature, Hold for Me, that waits on hold for you and lets you know when someone's on the line.

TLDR; Yesterday, Google debuted the Pixel 5, announced the less expensive Pixel 4A 5G, revealed Chromecast with Google TV, and unveiled the Nest Audio smart speaker.

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