How to Watch Google Pixel 2 Event on October 4 

Google is going to launch a new set of phones and devices “Made by Google” in its upcoming event. The most expectable product that we all have been waiting for is the new duo Google Pixel 2 smartphones. Google is expected to announce the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL at this event, along with the new Pixelbook, a refreshed VR headset and a mini speaker. Of course, there will be no new in software department, as we have just recently seen the launch of Android 8.0 Oreo. If available, Google will announce the new Android 8.1 Oreo for the new duo Pixel phones.

The launch event of Google Pixel 2 will be live streamed on YouTube, so you can watch it with HD resolution right on your home or workplace. The event will kick off at 9AM Pacific. We recommend you to watch the event in a big TV screens by using a Chromecast or the YouTube app in your TV.

Watch Online Google Pixel 2 Event

YouTube live stream allows you to watch the Google Pixel 2 event. Unlike the Google I/O 2017 stream, there is not an option for this live stream to be available in 360. If there is one, we will update the link for you.

For those who enjoy watching Google Pixel 2’s launch event on your Android or iOS devices, you can visit the link here to see the live stream.

Also read: How To Bypass Google Account On Samsung Galaxy Devices

Google Pixel 2 & Pixel 2 XL

The announcement of two new phones is just a day left. But all of their technical specs, press renders and details have previously been leaked online through a number of sources. We know many of you are looking of both the phones, before the official “Made by Google” announcement.

Google Pixel 2 will be the smaller of two phones and is expected to be manufactured by HTC. LG takes responsibility for manufacturing Pixel 2 XL and it feature internals similar to their LG V30. In terms of price, Pixel 2 will be priced at $649 for 64GB variant  and $749 for 128GB, while Pixel 2 XL will be priced at $849 (64GB) and $949 (128GB).

If you want to know more details on these new phones and other products announced by Google, keep staying tuned.

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