How To Watch Google's Pixel 3 Event In Australia

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We saw this set into action with the launch of the HP Chromebook X2 and Acer Chromebook Tab 10.

Google is all set to host its third hardware event tomorrow in NY wherein the tech giant is rumoured to launch the next generation Pixel 3 devices along with host of new products.

Leaving Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL aside, the second most highly anticipated device that the Android parent is scheduled to reveal tomorrow is the Google Home Hub. The Pixel 3 is reported to get an 18:9 aspect ratio screen, possibly of a 5.5-inch. Using the photo, we get a pretty good look at the tablet's display, backside, and left edge.

The Google Pixel Slate is rumored to arrive as laptop-tablet hybrid which means it will be equipped with a detachable keyboard. These will likely be used by those who want to snap a quick picture or want to participate in a video chat. We'll find out for sure tomorrow. Thick bezels can be seen around the display along with front-facing single camera, stereo speakers and a rear camera. More on this below. The Slate will come in dark blue colour.

The larger Pixel 3 XL start at £63 per month with an upfront cost of £20, meaning the phone's total cost would be £766. There is nothing significant about its design, but the support for detachable keyboard can be seen since it features a pogo-pin connector.

Pixel Buds 2, a new version of Google's wireless earbuds. It seems like Google is ready to go against the iPad Pro.

Instead of a metallic keyboard, this year there will be a keyboard cover like the one for the iPads. On paper, for example, the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL aren't all too different from what other Android device-makers are offering.

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There isn't a lot out there about a refreshed line of Google Home devices. There's also speculation around it having 16GB of RAM and an Intel i7 processor.

According to the latest leaks, Google's Pixel Slate, previously known under its codename "Nocture", will also forgo the 3.5mm port - something Google roundly mocked other companies for doing during its first Pixel launch.

It's that time of the year when Google unveils its major hardware products including the next generation of Pixel-branded smartphones.

Google is refreshing its hardware at an event at 11 a.m. ET on October 9 in NY. Will you be picking one of these up when they're available?

The much-awaited Google's hardware event is finally here.

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The leaked images have revealed that the device will pack Google Chrome OS. Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!