Google will soon roll out its next set of teaser smartphones. It is ready to launch a new series of Pixel 3 smartphones on October 9, 2018. This smartphone will be called as Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL devices. Alongside, according to the rumors, it will also roll out some of its hardware products.
Previously, it seemed to launch its new OS-based Android Watch in the same event, but the current report says that it will not be introduced in the event. Google has named this event as “Made By Google” where the tech giant will introduce all its upcoming devices.
A glimpse about Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphone:
Both the devices will run on Android 9.0 Pie operating system and powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. This is not the first smartphone to display Android 9.0 OS. Pixel 3 XL will include an iPhone-like notch at the top while the notch will be absent in Pixel 3 smartphone. The inner space of the notch will be occupied by the dual front-facing camera with earpiece grille at the center.
Apart from Pixel smartphones, Google has also confirmed to launch Chrome OS-powered Pixelbook tablet that will be called as Nocturne in the event. In this tablet, Google will propose a detachable display resembling Windows 2-in-1 hybrids. Though the device will work on Chrome-powered OS, it will also provision Linux apps.
It will also introduce a fingerprint sensor of the Pixel Book. Chromebook will work on Intel Kaby Lake-Y processor having 8GB of RAM space. The display size of the device will be 13-inch having 2,400 X 1,600 pixels of the resolution and backlit keyboard.
An additional set of Google’s new launches include New Chromecast, Google Pixel Buds 2, Google Home and Hub. New Chromecast will include Bluetooth, 5GHz Wi-Fi connectivity with an exclusion of 4K resolution. Google will be launching a new group of Pixel Buds earphones and first one in the row will be called as Pixel Buds 2.
A primer of new Google Home Hub in the smart home assistant category will come with a display and a huge speaker. It was also flashed in the bulletins of FCC filing earlier this year.