Google not only launched the Pixel 6A, but also teased the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. The new handset will have a new camera design and will run Android 13. The Google Pixel Tablet premium tablet gadget was also unveiled.
Additionally Google has officially introduced the Pixel watch, its first-ever wearable device. The smartphone, along with the Pixel 7, will be released in the fall. The watch has a tactile button on the side and will run Wear OS 3 with a revamped UI. It will also be available in cellular mode.
Android 13 is also better optimised for large-screen smartphones and foldables, with smart features that make the most of the extra screen real-estate now available. Google will also update over 20 applications, including YouTube Music, Messages, and Maps, to make them appear and function better on large-screen and foldable smartphones.
Google also introduced a new Google Wallet, which secures the storage of your credit cards. Other crucial papers, such as digital IDs such as driver's licences, may now be stored in the Wallet app. In the following weeks, the app will be available for Android and WearOS smartphones.