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The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro prices have leaked already at $599 and $899, so we're excited to see if these flagships can live up to the hype. Here's where you can find a Google Pixel Fall launch event live stream.
What time is Google Pixel Fall Launch event?
You can watch Google's Pixel Fall Launch event starting at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET/6 p.m. BST today (Tuesday, Oct. 19).
How can I watch Google's Pixel Fall Launch event?
What can I expect from Google's Pixel Fall Launch event?
Just by the title of the event, Google has made it quite clear what it intends to announce. Both the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will make their debut at today's event.
The Pixel 6 will be Google's 6.4-inch model and it will feature the same camera setup as the Pixel 5 — a main camera augmented by an ultrawide angle lens. However, for the Pixel 6, Google is boosting the optics, with rumors suggesting a 50MP sensor for the main camera. The Pixel 6 Pro will feature a larger 6.71-inch display, and it's adding a telephoto lens to go with the wide/ultrawide angle cameras from the regular Pixel.
The real star of the show will be the Tensor processor that powers the Pixel 6 models. This is a Google-designed chip, as the phone maker gets away from the Qualcomm Snapdragon silicon it's used in previous models. Tensor will include a dedicated Tensor Processing Unit, suggesting machine learning and artificial intelligence will figure very much into this new phone.
The big mystery surrounding the Pixel 6 launch isn't necessarily the specs — Google has already confirmed details like the Tensor chip, while other specs have been filled in by well-sourced rumors. Instead, we're just waiting to hear what the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will cost, though a bump from the Pixel 5's $699 starting price seems inevitable.
It seems unlikely that Google would devote an entire product launch to two phones that have largely been pre-announced. So that's fueling speculation about what else you might be able to watch at the Google Pixel Fall Launch event. A foldable device, the Pixel Fold, is allegedly in the works and could make an appearance. Rumors have also suggested that a long anticipated Pixel Watch might finally arrive, though we think that's a very remote possibility. Other would-be products that could appear on Tuesday are a Pixelbook sequel, a Pixel tablet and new Nest speakers, though the name of the event would seem to preclude non-Pixel products from making an appearance.
Whatever Google has in store, check back here for a blow-by-blow account as well as analysis of every announcement made when you watch the Pixel Fall Launch event.