Google’s big hardware event is only a few hours away, and the company is expected to announce a bunch of new gadgets including a new Pixel phone, Pixelbook laptop, and Google Home smart speaker.
The show takes place in San Francisco is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. PT (12pm ET). The event itself is mostly restricted to members of the media. But if you’re itching to follow along with the latest updates, fear not: Google will be live-streaming the event on its YouTube page (shown above).
As always, Mashable will be covering the event from the ground as news breaks and updating the site frequently, so be sure to check back for all the latest information. If you can’t bother to wait until the afternoon for this event, check out our guide on what to expect from the event.
We’re fairly certain you can expect to see the announcement of Google’s new flagship Android phone, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Both phones should be slightly faster and more durable than last year’s models, and there’s also a good chance they’ll receive a camera performance boost.
Beyond the phones, there should also be some other, smaller releases including new miniature versions of the Google Home smart speaker. There’s also rumored to be a high-end Chromebook called the Pixelbook that comes with a stylus as well as a new Daydream VR headset.
All this and more will be announced in just a few hours. For gadget fans, it is sure to be a very fun and exciting event. It will also be a great chance to see where Google is aiming its sights for the future and beyond.
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