Google Pixel event: All you need to know

by October 14, 2019 0 comments

While Google is just a day away from launching the highly-anticipated Pixel 4 smartphones at its hardware event on October 15, the device has been leaked several times in the past few months – with few leaks coming directly from Google and some from other popular tipsters. Apart from the Pixel 4 series of devices, the search giant is also expected to launch new Pixel Buds, Pixelbook Go and Nest devices. Here’s everything we know till now about Google’s next event.

Google Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL

The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will witness fundamental changes in regards to design and camera capabilities along with other software-driven changes. The company has already confirmed that these devices will come with Soli radar-based motion-sensing chip for air gestures. It is still not clear whether Google will use a combination of metal and glass design, however, the Google Pixel 4 is expected to come with the same frosted, silky finish as seen in the Pixel 3. From the Pixel 4 leaks, Google seems to take a different path when designing the phone by not using the curved edges at the back.

The Pixel 4 will be water and dust resistant and there could be an OLED display. While the Pixel 4 XL is reported to sport a 6.5-inch and the Pixel 4 would come with a 6-inch screen. The Pixel 4 is expected to come with a square camera module along with an additional front camera to support faster face unlock. Google could also include ‘Project Soli’ technology in the front cameras which will allow users to navigate the screen and user interface by waving hands in front of the screen. If rolled out, this will be one of its navigation experience in a smartphone.

The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL will have 2,800mAh and 3,700mAh batteries, respectively. The latest smartphone series will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor with up to 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB built-in storage.

Google Pixel Buds

The new Pixel buds called Pixel Buds 2 are expected to come with Type-C support, compact design, and smarter buttons. The software will further be optimized and will offer deep Google Assistant integration.

Google Pixelbook Go

Shifting its focus from tablets to laptops, Google at the hardware event will also showcase a new Pixelbook Go, which is expected to look identical to Apple’s Macbook. The Pixelbook Go will come with an improved trackpad and premium design. As far as specifications go, the Pixelbook Go will be powered by the Intel Core m3, i5, and i7 processors with up to 256GB of storage. The device will sport dual front-facing speakers and a 2MP front-facing camera. The 13.3-inch screen will come in full HD and 4K variants. The Pixelbook Go will be powered by the Titan C security chip as well.

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