Google Pixel Phones Are Arriving On Oct. 4 As Teaser Confirms

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Source:: Phone Radar

Do not mix these phones with Google’s Nexus as Google is now planning to have phones with hardware belonging to itself. Google Pixel and Pixel XL are soon going to hit the market and as the teaser confirms, the tech giant is all set to release these phones on October 4. As the announced date is round the corner, we can have a break from speculations and rumors.

The company is emphasizing more on its hardware department this time. Google’s big event is almost here after months of hold back. The company finally sends invites to press for the big event to be taken its base in San Francisco.

Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL

Google Pixel phones

Representational image source: Phone Bunch

The big event is likely to be hosted by the CEO of the company, Sundar Pichai. Get ready for the 5 inches Google Pixel and 5.5 inches Google Pixel XL. If you are planning to buy a new phone then you can have a little hold back to get your hands on this upcoming series. Both the sets will run on Android 7.0 Nougat. With the upcoming huge release, Google has decided to discontinue its Nexus series. This series will prove out to be first of its kind for the tech giant.

Google puts out a teaser in the tune of ‘Come And Get Your Love’ in which the search bar transforms itself in the appearance of a phone. On one side, it shows Oct. 4 that is the releasing date whereas on the other side, Google’s new icon is exposed to view. The representational images of Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL on Internet so far, shows a rectangular body with round corners. The phones have Google’s new icon ‘G’ in the middle of surface, near to bottom.

Google is expected to release many more hardware products along with the Pixel phones-

Nothing is official yet but the tech giant is expected to release-

  1. Google Home
  2. 4K capable Chromecast
  3. Daydream VR Headset
  4. Android wearwatches
  5. Tablet

According to the invites, the event will start at 9 am Pacific.

You can watch the awaited live-stream here.

https://www.youtube.com/google