Google Pixel 2 to be out on October 4; here's what we know so far
Google has officially announced it will be unveiling its next smartphone on October 4. Here's how you can get your hands on it first.
- Google released a teaser of its next phone with questions it gets on other phones.
- The unveiling of Google's next phone is expected be on October 4.
- The tech giant is speculated to unveil two smartphones on that day.
After Apple Inc unveiled three of its new iPhones earlier this week, now Google has officially announced that its next smartphones will be available on October 4.
As you open Google search on your browser a statement lies below the tabs ‘Google Search’ and ‘I’m Feeling Lucky,’ stating, “Ask more of your phone. Oct. 4.”
As you click on the link a video starts to play which reads, “Thinking about changing phones? Stay tuned for more on October 4.”
The tech giant also released a video with the title ‘Funny you should ask,’ with questions typed into the search engine like, “What’s wrong with my phone’s battery?” “Why is my phone always out of storage?” “Why does my phone take so many blurry photos?” “Why doesn’t my phone understand me?”
The video continues to type in questions and ends with the tagline, “Funny you should ask…”
Watch the video
Google is widely expected to unveil two phones next month.
Speculated names of the next Google phone could be Pixel 2, manufactured by HTC, a report by Inc.com said on Friday. It further added that the larger Pixel 2 XL will be manufactured by LG.
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