8 Amazing Things Google Is Going To Launch At Its October 5 Event

8 Amazing Things Google Is Going To Launch At Its October 5 Event
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The invites are out for Google’s October 4 press event under the tagline “Made by Google”, On October 4, the tech giant is going to grow its equipment range by launching new cell phones, tablets, home computerize devices and so on. Google has even made a committed site for the occasion.

Google October 4 Event: What to expect


1. Pixel and Pixel XL Smartphones:


The organization is calling the October 4 occasion “Made by Google”, recommending that it will dispatch bunches of new equipment. The Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones (codenamed Sailfish and Marlin) are expected to make their debut.

The media reports propose that Pixel and Pixel XL cell phones will be made by HTC. the Pixel handset to have a 12MP rear camera and an 8MP front-facing camera, dual stereo speakers, a fingerprint reader on the back and minimal (if any) camera bump. The Pixel phone will likely have a 5-inch screen and the Pixel XL a 5.5-inch screen. They are required to run Android N and offer backing for Google Daydream VR stage.


2.Huawei Tablet:


As per the famous renowned phone leaker Evan Blass, Google is hoping to discharge a Huawei-made tablet that’ll include a 4GB RAM.


3. Daydream VR:


Virtual reality is one of the quickest developing advancements right now. Google plans to go beyond Google Cardboard and leave a mark with its new Daydream VR platform.“Daydream is a platform for high quality, mobile virtual reality,” the site says. “Coming in Fall 2016, Daydream provides rich, responsive, and immersive experiences with hardware and software built for VR.” It’s expected that Google will showcase Daydream VR running on its new hardware. Google has also confirmed that it’s working on its own headset and controller.

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4. Google Chromecast Ultra:


It’s looking more and more like Google will launch a 4K Chromecast device called Chromecast Ultra. Tipster Evan Blass leaked the following image of the device on Twitter:

5. Google Wi-Fi Router:


Google is also expected to release a new Wi-Fi device named Google Wi-Fi.The reports propose that it’ll give you a chance to mesh multiple networks and enjoy a better internet connection. It’ll be like already discharge OnHub router. Google Wi-Fi is rely upon to feature dual band and 2 ports, AC1200 speed, Bluetooth, and 802.15.4 radios.

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6. Google Home:


The Google Home device is Google’s answer to Amazon Echo. It will have a microphone and a Bluetooth speaker, and work as a smart-home device that can perform basic functions like playing music, setting your Nest thermostat or telling you the weather forecast.  It resembles Google Now for your home. It’ll initiate with “Ok Google” prompt and let you associate with various home automation systems.


7. Andromeda OS:


A year ago, we came to realize that Google will murder Chrome OS and consolidation its best elements into Android. This will trailed by a brought together working framework by 2017.


Hiroshi Lockheimer, a senior vice president at Google focusing on Android and Chrome OS, hinted on Twitter to expect something big in the OS space from Google soon:



8. Pixel 3 Laptop:


The launch of Andromeda OS is expected to accompany a new laptop in the form of a new Pixel 3 laptop codenamed “Bison”. The company expects to develop an actual rival to Windows and Mac.

Pixel 3 laptop will come in an ultrabook form factor, featuring Intel processors, 32GB/128GB storage, 8GB/16GB RAM, and a battery life of 10 hours. It’s also possible that Google might skip the Pixel 3 launch and unveil it next year.


How To Watch:


The event takes place on Tuesday, October 4 starting at 9am Pacific. We expect more details soon on how to livestream the event, which presumably will be on Google’s YouTube page ( www.youtube.com/google) or its page for the launch event (madeby.google.com).





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