Google Confirms Launch of Google Pixel Phones on October 4
Google is unveiling its new line of smartphones on October 4.This was confirmed by a TV commercial released by Google during the season premiere of the popular show ’The Big Bang Theory’.The video doesn’t show much except a box changing shape into a smartphone’s outline and then revealing the date.
Google confirms October 4 event—prepare for Pixel phones
Google has just blasted the press with invites for an event on October 4.The company sounds ready to unveil its 2016 smartphones.The Google teaser page offers to “Keep me updated about devices from Google” and features a new video on Google’s YouTube channel.
Google Pixel smartphone launch on October 4: New pictures revealed in Nest commercial
Google Pixel smartphones are set to launch on October 4.Now, a Nest commercial aired in Netherlands might have given away first look of the device.Google Pixel smartphones are set to launch on October 4.
Pixel and Pixel XL release date: Google sends out invitations for event on 4 October 2016
Please refresh this page in your browser to reload this live event videoThe Live Event you are trying to watch is either unavailable or has not started Please refresh this page in your browser to reload this live event videoGoogle has posted out invitations and a teaser video for a special event it is hosting on October 4.It’s widely believed to be a launch event for a pair of new smartphones that the search giant hopes will square off against the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.Plenty of rumours are already flying about what to expect – the most notable of which is that Google will be dropping the Nexus branding in favour of Pixel.
Google Pixel 2016: release date for new phones is October 4
GoogleGoogle will unveil its latest Pixel smartphones on October 4, the firm has suggested through a teaser website.ADVERTISEMENTIt is believed the Nexus brand name will be dropped in favour of two new models: the Pixel and the Pixel XL.Current rumours around the devices – which have been codenamed Sailfish and Marlin – say the devices will be 5-inch and 5.5-inch phones.