Here's a look at some potential announcements that may come up during the event.
At the launch event later today, Google is all set to unveil a slew of products.
Pixel 2 is expected to come out into the markets on the 19th of October.
Google has already confirmed the launch of Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. It will pack in a Snapdragon 835 processor, a pair of dual front-facing stereo speakers, a 12MP rear camera and an 8MP front shooter. The annual event is something that we all look forward to as Google also provides updates on the services launched at the I/O event. According to past rumors, the Pixel 2 64GB could be priced at $649 (approximately Rs 55,800), and the 128GB variant will cost $749 (approximately Rs 62,300). It could be made available in 128GB, 256GB and 512GB storage, and have a starting price of $1,199. It will be sold as an accessory to the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL phones and it may come with some design changes as well as improved screens to make it more useful. Pacific Time on Oct.4. Here's the livestream, which again, kicks off at 9 AM PT. Both Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL have been codenamed Walleye and Taimen respectively. Read on to find out. Google's continued efforts here aren't slowing down anytime soon.
Droid Life reported Tuesday that the retailer listed the rumored smaller, cheaper version of the Google Home assistant speaker for pre-order on its site.
Stay tuned to Gadgets 360 for more updates on the new Pixel devices. The high-end notebook can fold into a tablet mode and will feature an optional Pixel Pen stylus. However, details of this product remain scarce. Additionally, it will include 128GB of internal storage. However, that isn't all. The successor to Google Home, which came to the United Kingdom earlier this year, the Mini is a small and affordable smart speaker.
The Google Pixel 2 event live stream will begin at 9 a.m. It does specify the Pixel 2, though. I'd love a free Google Home Mini and at $80AU-ish I think I may just have to pay for one too. The device will go head-on against Amazon's Echo Dot.
Google will be launching a new Daydream headset, dubbed as Daydream View, which will succeed the existing Google Daydream VR headset.
Google is full of surprises, so one can never be sure what tricks it has up its sleeves. Both phones will run Android 8.0 Oreo.
The old Daydream View will get a new version this year.
Google Lens is a neat app that we've all been waiting for, and it should debut on October 4th.