Watch Google Unveil the Pixel 4 Live Right Here
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Google is expected to present Pixel 4 at a media event in New York on Tuesday, October 15. The show starts at 10:00 a.m., Eastern Time, at 7 a.m., early in the morning on the west coast. You can watch a live broadcast of the event here on this page. Give yourself a little early, because Google often provides a pre-match color.
Watch Google unveil the Pixel 4 live right here
This is one of the biggest smartphone launches of the year, along with the events of the iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy S10. The highlight of Made by Google ’19 should be the announcement of Google Pixel 4 phones, but we’ve also heard of a 5G Pixel 4 and the long-awaited Google Pixel Watch. There could be even more devices on display.
Watch Live: Google’s Pixel 4 Hardware Event
The conference begins at 10 a.m. Eastern time (7 p. M. Pacific, 3 p. M. London and 4 p. M. Paris). You can watch it live here.
It is rumored that Google will not only announce new phones. You can also expect new products for Pixelbook, Pixel Buds and voice assistants.
Google Home Mini has been very successful. In addition, the company is updating and redefining its Google Home line on Google Nest devices.
We will have a team in the field to inform about new devices and give concrete impressions.
Google Pixel 4 live stream: how to watch the Made by Google ’19 launch event
In addition to the new phones, as in previous years, we should see a normal Pixel and a larger XL model, we also expect other hardware from the Google Pixel and Nest secondary brands. A new Pixelbook is likely and rumors of a renewed Pixel Buds swirl in the blogosphere. We should also see new smart home hardware, and now that Google is busy extracting all its smart devices under the Nest brand, if new smart speakers and mesh Wi-Fi routers are announced at the event. On Tuesday, they should also remove the name of the nest.
But the great news will be the phones. A Pixel or other model has always been ranked at the top of the list of the best Android phones since the first launch of Google-made phones in 2016. This year’s launch is expected to present a set of competitive features for the Pixel line, including an improved camera, a new facial unlocking mechanism and a set of gestural controls based on Google’s Soli project. Interestingly, we already know what it will look like since Google intentionally revealed the pixel 4 months ago in a tweet.
Since the phones will come with the Google Assistant preinstalled, it will be interesting to see how they will incorporate all the improvements to the assistant presented by Google earlier this year at the IO developer conference.
One thing we probably won’t see is a cheaper version of Pixel 4. Pixel 3A, our current choice of the cheapest phones on the market, was launched in May. We probably won’t see a new phone with the Pixel A version until next spring.
Return at 10 a.m. Tuesday’s EDT for the big show. If you miss it, the presentation will be archived in the reader at the top of this story, so you can see all the mobile and smart home ads as you see fit.