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Google unveils AI-powered Pixel phone: 4 big takeaways

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Google unveils AI-powered Pixel phone: 4 big takeaways

On Tuesday, Google unveiled its newest Android phone, Pixel, with built-in Google Assistant, along with a Daydream View VR headset and a new Google Wi-Fi mesh router.

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