Google Pixel camera features a video stabilization feature that according to Google, it uses 200 readings a second sampling from its gyroscope and also compensating parts of the image to reduce Jello effect.
Google has shown a video that demonstrates how well the video stabilization works to compensate for camera movement. In one side you see the camera with image stabilization off and the other one with image stabilization turned on, and the results are nothing but remarkable. You can check out the video below and you can see that it's not a gimmick and it's superb useful when shooting videos while walking with impressive results.
There is no optical image stabilization. I think that for a wide angle less it's less crucial, but it can certainly help when shooting in low light and with slower shutter speeds. For videos, it seems that the digital stabilization is enough to keep your videos stable, but it made me think about how much better could have the stabilization have been if there was an optical image stabilization mechanism installed.
I am also interested to see how the Google Pixel image stabilization is compared to other phones.