Early October marks Google’s turn to unveil its latest hardware products for the holiday season, and if the bounty of rumors are true, we’re pretty clear on what exactly the third generation of the company’s flagship smartphone will look like. But the Made by Google event won’t just introduce a new phone; Google is expected to also show off some updates in its Assistant division that could come in both software and new hardware forms. There are also plenty of rumors regarding a Google Home Hub smart display, an updated Chromecast, and a Pixel Slate tablet. Follow along with all the latest.
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Small but powerful
It’s calling its new augmented reality animations ‘Playmoji,’ too
Minor design changes, minor updates
The call-screening feature steals the show
Better late than never
Google Assistant will be able to make actual phone calls for Pixel users, rolling out on a city-by-city basis
Both phones will ship on October 18th
Chrome OS replaces Android as Google’s tablet OS
The entire Pixel family will get the feature as well
There’s no headphone jack
Coming October 18th at $799 for Pixel 3, $899 for 3 XL