Google has officially announced that the Google Smartphone is set to launch on 4th October. The Google Hardware event was held recently, the Google has revealed about Google Smartphone in this event. Earlier the leaks about Google Pixel Smartphone will be launched on 5th October but the Smartphone launch is preponed to 4th October.
Google Smartphone is All Set to Launch on 4th October
Google released a video with a list of queries people ostensibly ask the popular search engine, hinting at potential areas its next smartphones will focus on.
“What’s wrong with my phone’s battery?” is one of them, together with “Why is my phone always out of storage?” and “Why does my phone take so many blurry photos?”.
Last year’s Pixel phones focused on these last two aspects a lot; their camera was one of the very best among all smartphones, and free uploads (at maximum quality) of images to Google Photos meant it was easier to keep the phone from hitting the available storage capacity by simply getting rid of the physical files. In addition to that, as per a tip sent to Google-focused website Droid-Life, a billboard appeared in downtown Boston, further confirming that we won’t have to wait long to see what the Mountain View company has in store.”Ask more of your phone,” the otherwise blank canvas reads, with Google’s stylised “G” logo and the October 4 date at the bottom. A new pair of Pixel handsets will likely make its debut at the event, along with a smaller Google Home and potentially even a new Chromebook Pixel.
The tentatively named “Pixel 2” will reportedly be manufactured by HTC once again, and resemble the original device closely. The larger Pixel 2 XL, on the other hand, will apparently come from LG and feature an improved design that should put Google on par with the bezel-less devices launched by Apple (with the iPhone X), LG (with its V30), and Samsung (the Galaxy S8 and Note 8).