Google fall hardware event: Pixel 7 and Pixel Watch event is scheduled for October 6th

Google fall hardware event: Pixel 7 and Pixel Watch event is scheduled for October 6th

Google has begun sending out invites for its fall hardware event, which is set to happen on Thursday, October 6th, at 10AM ET. The event will launch the forthcoming Pixel 7 phones, as well as the Pixel Watch — the organization flaunted the two gadgets at its I/O event earlier this year, declaring they’re coming in the fall. Google likewise says it’ll use the event to reveal new additions to the Nest smart home portfolio.

Google has recently sent out media invites for its next hardware event. In the wake of prodding the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel Watch earlier this year at I/O 2022, the organization will give extra insights concerning those gadgets on October 6th, with a live broadcast from New York City beginning at 10AM ET.

We know from the organization’s May preview that Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will include Google’s second-generation Tensor chipset, redesigned cameras and Android 13. Concerning the Pixel Watch, the hunt goliath recently said it would incorporate Wear OS 3, deep integration with Fitbit and all the fitness tracking features individuals have generally expected in a modern smartwatch. On Tuesday, Google said it would likewise have new Nest gadgets to flaunt.

One interesting detail in the invite is that every one of the gadgets the organization intends to flaunt on October 6th will go on sale that same day.

The Pixel 7 appears as though it’ll be a really clear continuation of the past generation of phones, however there’s a touch of tension with the Watch as the “first smartwatch built by Google, inside and out,” as its item page on Google’s online store says. Google’s rivals (in particular Samsung and Apple) have been making wearables for a really long time, so the organization’s entry must be skillful and to some extent fairly competitive right out of the gate. Up to this point, insights concerning it are scant — we don’t actually have any idea what chip it’ll use — however we ought to get a more clear picture come October 6th.