Google’s October 4th event gave way to many announcements from the tech giant, not the least of which were the new Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones.
Google’s October 4th event gave way to many announcements from the tech giant, not the least of which was Google Home.
Google’s October 4th event gave way to many announcements, the Daydream VR and View headset among them.
Google held a press event October 4th to announce multiple additions to its product lineup, including the Google Pixel phones, Google Home, Google Assistant, Google Daydream VR, Chromecast and Google Andromeda.
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Watch Google’s October 4th event in real-time via their YouTube channel. The event will likely involve several new products, from Pixel phones to Assistant. The Live stream starts at 9:00 a.m. PST.
Google is discontinuing its Nexus line and introducing the Google branded Pixel and Pixel XL without the help of other manufacturers. Rumors about the phones’ specs and leaked renders have preceded an October 4th press event in San Francisco.
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