Confirmed: Google hardware event will take place on October 4, exactly one year after last year’s event

Google has confirmed an event to take place on October 4. Can you guess what it’s for?

Despite rumblings that Google would announce new Pixels on October 5, the showcase will actually take place on October the fourth. Does this sound like a familiar date to you? It should, because it’s the same day on the calendar that Google introduced the world to the first-ever Google Pixel and Made By Google hardware.

Last year on October 4, Google took its first approach at hardware with new products including Google Pixel and Pixel XL, Chromecast Ultra, Daydream View, Google Wi-Fi, and Google Home. According to a brief teaser video Google posted this morning to YouTube and just about every other social media account it has, we should “Ask more from our phone.” October 4 will once again be the day and a new smartphone or two will headline the show.

What else will be announced? “Funny you should ask” are the exact words Google used in its teaser video, which gave us the idea that Google will announce a truly revolutionary smartphone that brings answers and resolutions to common customer concerns and inquiries. Watch the full video we’ve embedded below to find out just what we mean.

Other products Google could announce include Google AssistantBistro‘ headphones, a Google Home Mini speaker with Wi-Fi capabilities, and a refined Chromebook Pixel. One can sign up for email updates at the Made By Google site linked below as the source, which has been updated to reflect the upcoming unveiling.

Drop a comment below letting us know anything you what to see at this year’s show, and we’ll be down there to express our opinions as well.

SOURCE [Google]

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