The Google Home Mini was tipped by a source speaking with Droid Life, pointing them toward an October 4th announcement date. Although we were already fairly certain we knew what the new Pixel phones were going to look like, Droid Life shared what appears to be final press renders of the Pixel 2 XL, confirming the phone's design as well as its price and color options.
Pakistan court rejects ex-PM's petition against removal
The election was also notable for the role played by Hafiz Muhammad Saeed , one of the most-wanted militant leaders in South Asia. Mr Sharif has always denied any wrongdoing but the Supreme Court recently dismissed petitions seeking a review of that decision.
There will also be a higher priced option as well, which will cost $750 for the 128GB of storage, just like a year ago, so there's no change in this particular area. The Pixel 2 XL, however, is reportedly being manufactured by LG. Similar to last year's model, the new device will be made of a fabric of some sort. Because of how small it is, it's unlikely that any part of it will be swappable (like the Google Home's interchangeable bases). The most fantastic thing is that it'll cost just $49. The tech site also was able to obtain an image of a new Daydream VR headset, which is supposed to retail for $99.
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California lawmakers have approved a "sanctuary state" bill that would limit police cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
While Google is reportedly set to announce the new Home Mini on October 4, when the device will become available is unknown. Hoping to give the Amazon Echo Dot some direct competition, Google looks like it's rolling out the Home Mini, which is a smaller, cuter take on the Google Home if DroidLife's leak is anything to go by. In fact, we're also treated to images and a few details regarding the Google Home Mini and the Daydream View 2017.
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The main reason for holding the Singapore Grand Prix at night was so an Asian race could be broadcast at lunchtime in the UK. Inaugurated in 2008, the Singapore Grand Prix was Formula One's first ever night race.
Then again, the Home Mini will only cost $49, and it will still come with the Google Assistant built-in. The hand-friendly controller is also making a return and will most likely reside in an interior compartment found along the front flap.