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Pixel 5 launched: Watch the Google virtual event live today

Pixel 5 launched: Watch the Google virtual event live today

It was a busy month with the launch of virtual phones and now it’s Google’s turn. The company hosts today September 30 launch night at. Google previously Unveiled the Pixel 4A budget phone in August, The same day it confirms the existence of the next flagship, the Pixel 5And the upcoming Pixel 4A 5G, both of which will offer support for 5G. Google’s call for the September event confirmed that “new Pixel phones” will be among the products unveiled today, along with the new Chromecast and New Nest branded smart speaker.

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Pixel 5 Like previous major Google phonesPoorly protected from leaks (or maybe, Lynn also suspects CNET, The leaks are part of a deliberate strategy on Google’s part.) we got First look at the Pixel 5 design Last week, when pictures appeared alongside details about the new phone’s processor, display, cameras, battery life and more.

Rumors indicate Google’s next flagship will include a punch-hole camera and a fingerprint sensor on the back (as opposed to the Pixel 4, which he replaced with Face Unlock), Wireless charging and no headphone jack. Not much is officially known about the Pixel 5, other than its support for 5G, but the leaks indicate a price tag of 629 euros (around $ 735, £ 575, or AU $ 1,035), with color options including green and black. The date of sale and release of the phone is not yet known.

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An apparently leaked image of a Pixel 5 phone.


New Google Chromecast Streamer (codenamed Sabrina) It also attracted a wave of rumors. According to the photo leaksThe device will come with a remote control, a first for the Chromecast family.

Google’s virtual launch night will take place on Wednesday, September 30, online at 11 a.m. PDT (2 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. GMT). The event will be hosted at Web page made by Google (Who’s currently streaming some interactive elevator music to keep you entertained while you wait – check it out). The live broadcast will also be available at Google YouTube Channel. It will be CNET Host a watch party on our YouTube channel And here on this page, check back an hour before the event starts.

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