Google had a lot to offer at the Pixel event last night. The search giant, apart from its #madebyGoogle Pixel smartphones; announced a slew of hardware devices such as Google Home, 4K Chromecast, Daydream View VR headset and Google WiFi. However, the biggest takeaway was the integration of Google Assistant in Pixel smartphones and Google Home, which happen to be the first devices to get the voice-assistant.
Google Pixel and XL smartphones come with top of the line specifications and are touted as direct challengers to other premium flagships like Apple iPhone 7 series and Samsung Galaxy S7 series. As Google went ahead with its launch event last night; it was the colour variants of Pixel smartphones that caught attention of Twitterati. Twitter users have been trolling Google’s choice of colours for Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, saying the company tried really hard, at least to come up with colour names.
To recall, Pixel smartphones come in ‘Very Silver’, ‘Quite Black’ and a limited edition ‘Really Blue’ colour options.
“#Google you tried Quite hard , Really try Very hard next time , especially to name the phone colour. #pixelphone #Pixel,” said one of the users who goes by the name Shazmaan. Another user found the names hilariously epic. “Haha the @Google Pixel phone colour names are just epic 😂 #MadeByGoogle,” tweeted Stephan Anoj.
Google Pixel and Pixel XL feature a an aluminum unibody design with polished glass combination. The smartphones come with a similar specs sheet except for a different screen size and different battery capacities.
Let us take a look at all what Twitter users have to say about the new Pixel colour variants:
“Quite Black” “Really Blue” “Very Silver” I’m laughing with these colour names for #Pixel the Google’s new smartphone
— Fa. (@BandsMyWeakness) October 4, 2016
— Stephan Anoj (@StephanAnoj) October 4, 2016
— Shazmaan (@iamshazmaan) October 5, 2016
Google should have also came up with a colour named “Bhaisahab jara woh colour dikhana” to target Indian audiences. #Pixel
— Raj_ThackerYAY (@Raj_ThackerYAY) October 4, 2016
— Tom Kelsall (@Stonelaughter) October 4, 2016
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