Pixel 5 phone announcement: see Google’s virtual event today

It’s been a busy month for virtual phone launches and today it’s Google’s turn with it September 30 launch night in. Google first Pixel 4A Budget Phone Unveiled in August, Confirmation of the existence of its next flagship, the Pixel 5, on the same day, And the upcoming Pixel 4A 5G, both will have support for 5G. Google’s September invitation to the event confirmed that the “new Pixel phones” will be with products unveiled today, as well as a new channel New Nest-Branded Smart Speaker.

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Pixel 5, Like Google’s previous flagship phones, Has been poorly protected from leaks (or perhaps, CNET’s Lynn La as suspectsThe leaks are part of a deliberate strategy on Google’s part). Us a First look at the design of Pixel 5 Last week, when photos surfaced with information about the new phone’s processor, display, camera, battery life and more.

The rumors tell Google’s next flagship will include a hole-punch camera, a fingerprint sensor on the back (vice versa) Pixel 4, which swapped it for Face Unlock), Wireless charging and no headphone jack. Not much is officially known about the Pixel 5, except for its support for 5G, but the leaks suggest a price of 629 euros (about $ 735, £ 575 or AU $ 1,035), including The colors are reportedly green and black. The sale and release dates of the phone are not yet known.

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A clearly leaked image of the Pixel 5.


Google’s new Chromecast streamer (code-named Sabrina) Has also sparked rumors. As per photo leak, This device will come with a remote, first for the Chromecast family.

Google’s virtual launch night in event will take place on Wednesday 30 September, which will be online at 11 am PT (2 pm ET, 7 pm BST). The event will be hosted on a webpage set up by Google (which is currently streaming some interactive elevator music to keep you entertained while waiting – check it out). Livestream will also be available on Google’s YouTube channel. And CNET will host a watch party on our YouTube channel and on this page here, so check back an hour before the event begins.

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