Google is reportedly to launch a couple of hardware devices this fall, including the next version of Nexus built in tandem with OEM partners. According to Android Police, Google is looking forward to hosting an event on October 4, where it will unveil several new products, including two smartphones, a 4K-capable Chromecast dongle, and a Daydream VR viewer.
Moreover, the company is also expected to share more details about its new Google Home, a voice-activated speaker by Google Assistant and Chromecast for streaming audio. This device was first announced in May at the company’s I/O developer conference.
The Pixel and Pixel XL are very much similar to the names for the HTC-built handsets codenamed Sailfish and Marlin, specifications of which were leaked in June. In July, there was news that Google is working on a Daydream VR headset and now it is time that finally we are going the chance to see it in next month probably.
Google is not yet announced anything more about this news. There is not also any official confirmation of where the launch event is to be held – but we can guess it could be San Francisco and New York. We will be here with more news as soon as Google will out something more and new about it.