Google is hosting a huge event in San Francisco on October 4 and with the invites already out there is lot of hype about what to expect from the event.
One thing is certain – quite a few smartphones and tablets running Android 7.0 Nougat will be shown off at the event and alongside these smartphones and tablets will most likely be Google Home, Andromeda OS, Daydream VR, new Pixel laptop among other things.
Here we bring to you a roundup of what can we expect from Google’s October 4 event.
Pixel And Pixel XL Smartphones
This is almost certain for there have been many leaks over the course of last few days. Pixel and Pixel XL will most certainly be the replacement to the Nexus range of smartphones and if we are to believe the rumours, it will be HTC who has designed and manufactured these smartphones for Google. According to the leaks, the Pixel smartphone will feature a 5-inch screen and the Pixel XL a 5.5-inch screen. It is seen has having a 12MP rear camera and an 8MP front-facing camera, dual stereo speakers, a fingerprint reader on the back.
A lot of talks have been going on in the operating systems world that Google is inclined towards unifying its two operating system – Chrome and Android – and the outcome will be named Andromeda. However, there have been no concrete proofs so far regarding this, but if it is a fact, we will most likely see a glimpse of Andromeda during the October 4 event.
Pixel 3 Laptop
Running Andromeda will be Google’s latest in the Pixel series of laptops – most likely a modular Pixel 3 laptop.
Google Wi-Fi Router
Google could launch a next-gen Wi-Fi router like Eero or Luma.
Google is expected to formally announced a mobile virtual reality (VR) platform called Daydream V, which is expected to have a strong lineup of video and gaming, including IMAX, CNN, Netflix, Lionsgate, and games.
A 7-inch Huawei tablet is al;so expected to make a debut
Google Chromecast Ultra
It’s looking more and more like Google will launch a 4K Chromecast device called Chromecast Ultra.
How to watch Google’s October 4 event
If you are too keen on viewing the October 4 event for yourself and are not one of those few lucky ones to get an invite, the best way to watch the event will be through a livestream. You will be able to most likely view it on Tuesday, October 4 starting at 9am Pacific through Google’s YouTube page (www.youtube.com/google) or its page for the launch event (madeby.google.com).