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The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will support both eSIM and nanoSIM

Most phones released in recent years have used nanoSIM for carrier information, but there were rumors as the Pixel 2 unveiling neared that Google's phones would have an eSIM instead. According to Google's specs, the Pixel 2 does indeed have an eSIM. However, there's also a nanoSIM slot.

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Get $325 back on your new Pixel 2 or 2 XL when you add a T-Mobile line

Shortly after the Pixel 2 announcement, T-Mobile already has an offer for customers who bring the shiny new toy and create a new line. You can get $325 back from the magenta carrier via a prepaid card, which is 50% off of the 64GB Pixel 2. 

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Pixel 2 purchases will include a free Google Home Mini

Are you coughing up $650 for a Pixel 2 or $850 for a Pixel 2 XL? Well, assuming you can get an order in (shipping has already slipped to 4-6 weeks for some models), Google will throw in a free Google Home Mini with your purchase.

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Google announces the Pixel 2 ($649) and Pixel 2 XL ($849) with immediate pre-orders

There have been leaks, more leaks, and even more leaks leading up to today, but Google has finally unveiled the phones we all suspected it would. The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are official. Like last year, we have a smaller phone and a larger one, but unlike last year these devices look rather different. What you really want to know is when you can get them—well, pre-orders are live now.

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Google Lens will be a Pixel-exclusive feature at first, coming soon to Assistant and Photos

Google Lens is the machine learning-powered successor to Google Goggles, with the ability to search for whatever it can see through the camera. We've been hearing about it since Google I/O 2017, but today at the company's press event, even more details were shared about Lens.

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Updated Google Home listing on Google Play shows off the Pixel 2 XL

Google updated the listing today for the Google Home app on Android. And with it, the company also posted some new images, most of which show off what looks like the top half of the still-unannounced Pixel 2 XL.

Whoops.

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