Google Pixel 3 livestream: how to watch today's big tech launch

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Chromebooks, speakers and even smart home products may be a part of Google's Annual event.

Google doesn't disclose its phone shipments, unlike Apple, which has sold about 388 million iPhones since the first Pixel came out in October 2016. The Pixel Mini device is tipped to be a mid-range phone that could get a Snapdragon 710 chipset as per a report by Roland Quandt of Winfuture.de.

PCMag will be at Google's event tomorrow, so stay tuned for all the details at 11 a.m. ET. This evening, the Freedom Mobile of Canada has completely listed the Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3 on its website, along with official device renders matching with the earlier week's leaks. You can also watch a live stream of the event in the video above. The Pixel 3 XL, in particular, has already been featured in a hands-on video that confirmed the device's 6.7-inch screen, the deep notch at the top, and the 12.2-megapixel rear camera, among other things.

There's nothing official yet announced but rumours suggest these phones won't be cheap. The highlight of the Google keynote without any doubt will be the Google Pixel 3, however, the smartphone has had its fair share of controversies.

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The noteworthy new feature is that the Pixel 3 XL will come with dual front-facing cameras. 128 GB configurations. Naturally, the device will use Android 9 Pie and will be equipped with the same fingerprint sensor in l # back. Maybe the search engine giant is counting on software tweaks that will enhance the results of the single 12MP lens gracing its upcoming phone.

Google could also announce its own Smart Display speaker to take on Amazon's recent Echo Show.

According to Android Police's David Ruddock, the Pixel Slate Tablet looks like a new high-end tablet with a detachable keyboard could be introduced at the event. It is the same feature which enables users to start Google Assistant on HTC U series and Google Pixel 2 with a squeeze.

The Chromecast could also be getting an update since it's been several years since the last one.

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