Google expected to unveil new smartphone, Chromecast, smart speaker on September 30

Joanna Estrada
September 16, 2020

The good news is that the event will be live streamed to the public at 11am PT - this equates to October 1, 4am AET.

Google has finally sent out invitations to its long-awaited Made by Google event for September 30th.

We're expecting to see the Google Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 that the company showcased back at the beginning of August.

Design- sensible, the Pixel 5 ought to look like the 4a a fair bit, with a bump up in specifications - aside from the So C, it may have 8GB of RAM (a record for Google), a 90 Hz screen, and a brand-new ultrawide cam on the back. No real surprises but it will be good to see all the specific details of the devices and the new tricks that Google will most undoubtedly introduce with them.

Although you never know the full lineup of products that will be announced during these kinds of events, we will surely discover Google's new 2020 line of hardware. In terms of looks, the smooth and rounded soap-y form of the device is said to feature a "sandstone-like texture" that comes in black, white, and pink colors, complete with its own remote, too, as any self-respecting media streamer these days. Thus it is widely expected that these high-end device are destined to be stars of the Launch Night In event, for smartphone fans.

According to a report in Android Central, the company has restricted the accessibility of the latest OS update might be due to the eSIM functionality of Google Pixel devices as Airtel and Jio both offer eSIM support for Pixel phones but Vi has just launch the eSIM connectivity in India which is only limited to Apple iPhones.

As for the Pixel 4a 5G, the smartphone might borrow some features from the standard variant, except for the chipset and a few other specs.

Writing was, and still is, my first passion. I love games, mobile gadgets, and all that cool stuff about technology and science. Though it would take time to arrive to the regular user till then you can check out what new features it will bring to the OnePlus devices before it is officially released.

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