Google announced today that its annual hardware event will take place September 30 at 11am PT.
'Launch Night In,' a virtual event which will be livestreamed to the public, is expected to include details about several new products, including two new Pixel phones, a smart speaker and the successor to Google Chromecast.
In a blog post in August, Google teased it would be sharing info on new devices as well as its approach to 5G ‘in the coming months.’
‘This fall, we’ll have two more devices to talk about: The Pixel 4a (5G), starting at $499, and Pixel 5, both with 5G2 to make streaming videos, downloading content and playing games on Stadia or other platforms faster and smoother than ever,’
Both phones will be available in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Japan, Taiwan and Australia.
Google's annual hardware event will be held online September 30, when details about two new Pixel phones, a smart speaker, and the successor to Chromecast are expected to be shared
Google unveiled details about the highly anticipated Pixel 4a smartphone in August, after months of pandemic-related delays.
Its new streaming device, known internally as ‘Sabrina,’ likely will be powered by Android TV, Mashable reports.
Unlike its predecessors, which operate via smartphone, it’s expected to have a physical remote.
According to leaked images, the Pixel 5 will have a single selfie camera in the top left corner of its front display, with a rectangular camera bump with three sensors and a flash on the back.
Google unveiled the much anticipated Pixel 4a in August after months of coronavirus-related delays. At the September 30 event, it will reveal details on the 5G-powered Pixel 5 and 4a smartphones
Both the Pixel 5