It has been a busy month to launch virtual phones and now it’s Google’s turn. Today the company hosts its own. Already in August, and the upcoming Pixel 4A 5G, both of which will have 5G support. The invitation to the September event in Google confirmed that the “new Pixel phones”
Pixel 5,, has been poorly protected from leaks (or perhaps, , the leaks are part of a deliberate strategy by Google). We have last week, when photos appeared, along with details of the new phone’s processor, display, cameras, battery life and more.
that Google’s next flagship will include a camera with a punch, a fingerprint sensor on the back (as opposed to ), wireless charging and no headphone jack. Not much is officially known about the Pixel 5, other than its support for 5G, but the leaks cost 629 euros (approximately 735 dollars, 575 British pounds or 1035 Australian dollars), and reportedly color options include green and black. The launch and launch dates of the phone are not yet known.
also attracts a series of rumors. , the device will ship with the remote, first for the Chromecast family.
Google’s virtual Launch Night In will take place on Wednesday, September 30, online streaming at 11:00 PT (14:00 ET, 19:00 BST). The event will be hosted on a web page created by Google (which currently broadcasts some interactive music from the elevator to keep you entertained while you wait – check it out). The live broadcast will also be available on Google’s YouTube channel. And CNET will be hosting a party to watch on our YouTube channel and right here on this page, so check back an hour before the event.