What to Expect at Google's Massive Hardware Event Tomorrow

Posted October 09, 2018

After months of leaks and speculations, Google will finally take the wraps off the new Pixel phones and more products on Tuesday. However, all the conflicts were put to rest when Engadget got their hands on the unreleased Pixel 3 XL leading us to sum-up everything that Google might launch at their Pixel Event.

Currently, the app is released for users in the United States, however, the fix will only be free for the phones that are under warranty.

There's still the question of how a retailer managed to start selling the Pixel 3 so early. Soon after opening the app it will recognize the Pixel phone and ask for the IMEI number. It is no longer been listed on the website of the Google Store and the update to Android 9 Pie has also been denied for the tablet. Also, it's quite possible the new Pixel Slate to boast a fingerprint sensor, too. The improved pen for the Pixelbooks should also work on the new Google tablet. Google's event is happening in New York City at 11AM ET tomorrow, October 9th, and we'll have all the details right here. Google tablet has also seen a number of leaks and rumors, but now the images of the device have been reported by My SmartPrice.

Google Pixel Slate Chromebook, codenamed Nocturne, is nothing else than the 2018 remake of the Pixelbook, the Google tablet PC. Are any of you looking forward to the next batch of Google Pixel devices? It is rumoured that it will be having 16GB of RAM and an Intel i7 processor. The rear camera could have a 12.2-megapixel lens, while the front-facing camera is expected to have an 8.1-megapixel lens.

We Know that this time Google will be announcing more than phones.

The next-generation Chromecast isn't much of a upgrade except for Bluetooth support and better support for 5GHz Wi-Fi, but it could be bundled with the Home Mini smart speaker as a "Smart TV Kit", according to some sources. It looks like the device will come in a dark blue color, and appears to have a software interface that varies slightly from the standard Chrome OS.