Google will host the 30th September Launch In event to introduce Google Pixel 5 in the market.
It has been a hustling month for smartphone companies; the virtual phone launch makes it more active. Previously, Samsung, Huwaei, HTC launched its phones virtually. Now, it is Google’s turn to launch Google Pixel 5.
In August, Google unveiled Google Pixel 4A, which is a budget-friendly phone.
The advent of Google Pixel 5
Google even announced the arrival of Google Pixel 5 that day, and today the company will announce the arrival of Google Pixel 4A 5G. Both these phones will support the 5G network.
The invitation of the September Google virtual event confirmed the Launch of new Pixel phones and a new Chromecast and new Nest-branded smart speaker. Pixel 5, like every other Google’s flagship phone, is poorly protected by leaks.
This move from the company can be an intentional marketing strategy by Google, but Google Pixel 5 is that way. We saw the look of Google Pixel 5, along with the processor, camera, display, battery life, storage, and many more.
The design is quite vibrant and exotic, different than usual smartphones, making it a cost-effective phone. Rumors suggest that Google’s next flagship will have a hole-punch camera, a fingerprint sensor at the back.
Unlike Pixel 4, which had a face unlock system, the next flagship will have a fingerprint sensor, keeping it comfortable and easy for the users. The best feature of this phone is that it has a wireless charging system with no headphone jack.
Nothing is much revealed about this phone, other than that it supports 5G services. In the talks of price, this phone might cost around 629 euros(roughly $735, £575, or AU$1,035), with various color models.
The color combination, as reported, is green and black. The phone is on sale, and the release date is yet unknown.
Rumored Chromecast streamer also on the list
Code named Sabrina, Google’s new Chromecast streamer, has also captivated many rumors. As per the photo leak of the device, it will come with a remote, which will be the first in the family of Chromecast.
Google’s virtual Launch Night In event will occur on 30th September, streaming online at 11 a.m. PT(2 p.m ET, 7 p.m. BST).
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The event will be hosted on Google’s webpage, and some elevator music is running to engage the viewer till the verge of the Launch event. You can visit the page by clicking over here.
The live stream will also be available on Google’s YouTube channel. You can check out the upcoming flagships of Google’s event.
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