Earlier today Google hosted an event in Silicon Valley to launch a few new phones among other new products. The Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones were indeed the stars of the show. It seems that every year we see less and less surprises when it comes to smartphone releases. Pretty much all the info we saw in leaks about these two devices came to pass at the announcement event. Now we have an official specs list for the devices. The Pixel is the smaller of the two units. It has a 5" AMOLED 1080P display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of Ram, 2770mah battery, 12.3MP camera with 1.55um pixels and f2.0 aperature, 32/128GB of storage, usb type c, 3.5mm headphone jack, Google imprint fingerprint scanner, and an aluminum unibody with polished glass combo. The Pixel XL is the same as above but has a 5.5" AMOLED QHD display and 3450mah battery. Both will be the first to include Android 7.1. Colors for both phones include "really blue", "quite black", and "very silver". The Pixel starts out at $649 and the Pixel XL starts out at $749. Is anyone else finding it hard to pull the trigger on these devices?