Google's new Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones will launch in Australia later this month through the Google Store and exclusive mobile partner Telstra.
The Pixel family – details of which were revealed earlier this week, and are now posted at the MadeByGoogle website – are Google's new flagship Android smartphones, replacing the Nexus and moving into premium turf to take on Apple and Samsung.
And they'll come with premium prices, too.
The 5.0 inch Pixel will start at $1,079 for 32GB of storage, with $1,229 for the 128GB model.
For the larger 5.5 inch Pixel XL, be prepared to stump up $1,269 or $1,419 for either 32GB or 128GB.
Those are outright prices listed through the Google Store, with colour choices between silver and black and delivery from October 24.
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Google's Pixel and Pixel XL – which replace the Nexus as the search supremo's own-brand hero phones – have broken cover ahead of their official launch early Wednesday morning, Australian time.
That's bad news for the handful of overly eager beaver retailers and mobile networks which jumped the gun, but good news if you've been hanging out for details – although these are largely in line with months of drip-feed leaks leading up to the event.
The standard Pixel will sport a 5 inch 1080p screen, with the Pixel XL upping the ante to a 5.5 inch quad-HD panel.
Apart from that, they'll share top-shelf specs: Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 821 quad-core processor backed by 4GB of RAM, 12-megapixel cameras, fingerprint scanners (located on the rear panel, rather than the front) and an aluminium unibody design.
The capacious batteries will support fast-charge technology capable of a seven hour boost in just 15 minutes.
The jury's still out on if the Pixel twins will also pack a microSD card slot, but at least there's a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
They'll also introduce the Android 7.1 'Nougat' OS, tweaked for Pixel and containing some exclusive touches.
We should know pricing later this week, but that's tipped to be in line with Apple and Samsung's flagship models.
The Pixels will carry only Google's branding, although indications are that they'll be manufactured by HTC.
Also on the menu: Google's new Allo instant messaging app and Google Assistant helper...
... and Allo's Facetime-like videochat sibling Duo.
Pixels aside, there's still plenty more to expect from Google this week – including the debut of the Google Home voice-controlled assistant, a 4K version of Chromecast, a new Google Wi-Fi smart router and perhaps a first look at Andromeda, the rumoured next-gen platform which will combine elements of Chrome OS and Android for tablets and laptops.