Google Pixel 5 Phone Traffic: Watch today's virtual event live

Google Pixel 5 Phone Traffic: Watch today’s virtual event live

It was a busy month for the launch of virtual phones and now it’s Google’s turn. The company hosts today September 30 Released tonight at. It is already unveiled the Pixel 4A budget phone in August, confirming on the same day the existence of its next flagship, the Pixel 5and the upcoming Pixel 4A 5G, both will have 5G support. The invitation to the Google event in September confirmed that the “new Pixel phones” will be among the products unveiled today, along with a new Chromecast and a new smart speaker named Nest.

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The Pixel 5, like Google’s previous cell phones, has little protection against leaks (or perhaps, as CNET’s Lynn La suspects, leaks are part of a deliberate strategy on the part of Google). We have one take a first look at the design of the Pixel 5 last week, when photos appeared along with details about the processor, monitor, cameras, battery life and more.

Rumors suggest that Google’s next flagship will include a hole camera, a fingerprint sensor on the back (as opposed to Pixel 4, which changed it to Face Unlock), wireless charging and without headphone jack. Not much is officially known about the Pixel 5 other than its support for 5G, but the leaks suggest a price of 629 euros (about $ 735, 5 575 or 1.0 1,035 AUD), with color options including green and black. The sales and release dates of the phone are not yet known.

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An obviously leaked image of the Pixel 5.

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The new Google Chromecast feed (codenamed Sabrina) has also attracted rumors. According to photo leaks, the device will have a remote control, a first for the Chromecast family.

The Google Virtual Event will take place on Wednesday, September 30, online at 11 a.m. PT (2 pm ET, 7 pm BST). The event will be held on a website set up by Google (which currently broadcasts some interactive elevator music to keep you entertained while you wait – Check it out). Live streaming will also be available on Google’s YouTube channel. And CNET will be hosting a follow-up party on our YouTube channel and here on this page, so check back one hour before the event starts.

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