Google unveiled its latest hardware offerings at the Google Developer Conference, introducing the Pixel Fold, their first foldable phone, and a new tablet. The Pixel Fold features a thin design and a 7.6-inch unfolded screen. They optimized its top apps for the larger display but admitted the need for further optimization for the foldable form factor. Notable features of the Pixel Fold include long exposure, unblur, magic eraser, and dual-screen live translation. Additionally, Google introduced the Pixel 7a smartphone, featuring a Tensor G2 processor, a Titan M2 security chip, and wireless charging. The device offers camera upgrades such as a 64-megapixel main camera and a 13-megapixel ultra-wide camera. The Pixel 7a starts at $499.

Google also revealed the Pixel Tablet, powered by Tensor G2 chips, with an 11-inch display, rounded edges, and colors including porcelain, hazel, and rose. It includes a front-facing camera, an 8-megapixel rear camera, and a charging dock. The tablet will be available on June 20, starting at $499. Furthermore, Google announced plans to introduce AI chat features to their search engine, enabling an AI-powered chatbot to provide quick responses and information. The updated Google Search will display AI-generated responses together with traditional search results. Initially, access to the new Google Search will be limited to users in the United States.