Where to watch and what to expect during the launch of the Pixel 7 series – Technology News, Firstpost

Google will be hosting its annual hardware event, launching some of the most anticipated devices that techies have been waiting for. Google is poised to officially unveil the much-anticipated Pixel 7 series and Pixel Watch, alongside a few other products, at this year’s event, which they call Made by Google.

Made by Google event Where to see and what to expect during the launch of the Pixel 7 series

This year, Google’s annual device launch or hardware event is being held in Brooklyn, New York. Although there is a limit to the number of people invited to attend in person, the event will be live streamed on Google’s event website and the company’s YouTube channel.

Made by Google Event: When to Watch
The launch is even taking place today, that is October 6th, starting at 10:00am Eastern Time or 7:30pm for those living in India. Google’s introductory events typically last an hour. So expect the Made by Google event to last until 8:30 or 9:00 p.m. Google likes to keep things short and to the point, so don’t be surprised if Google wraps it up in under an hour.

Made by Google Event: What to Expect
For the past few years, Google has found it impossible to keep the details of its Pixel flagships under wraps until the official announcement. This year was different in that Google decided to reveal the designs of the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro back in May during Google I/O. We suspect that many of the new announcements will revolve around these two devices.

Google’s first teaser of the Pixel 7 series was during May’s Developer’s I/O and included images of the new Pixels. In terms of design, they’re similar to the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, but feature a slightly different camera bar, which is now metal rather than the Pixel 6’s glass visor approach.

Google will also introduce the Pixel Watch series along with Android 13 and their latest Tensor G2 SoC. We could also learn more about the much-rumored foldable Pixel phone and upcoming Pixel tablet. Google has also announced that it will launch a range of Nest products, including potentially a Nest Wi-Fi router with Wi-Fi 6E support.

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