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Google Pixel 8 set to launch on October 4

The latest addition to Google's renowned smartphone lineup, the Google Pixel 8, is all set to make its debut on October 4th, according to credible sources like CNET and TechCrunch. Google has officially announced an unveiling event scheduled for October 4th, where the tech giant is anticipated to showcase their newest "Pixel portfolio of devices."

Mark your calendars for this upcoming Google event, which is slated to take place in the vibrant city of New York at 10 a.m. Eastern Time. Earlier this year, Google held its annual I/O event, during which it dazzled us with an array of cutting-edge products, including the Pixel Fold, Pixel 7a, and Pixel Tablet. Staying true to this tradition, insider reports strongly indicate that the highly awaited Google Pixel 8 is on the verge of being unveiled.

In addition to the Pixel 8, the rumor mill is abuzz with speculation about Google's forthcoming wearable, the Pixel Watch 2, as per reports from TechCrunch. It's worth noting that last year, Google introduced its inaugural 'true Wear OS device,' following its acquisition of Fitbit in 2019.

Leaked information suggests that the Google Pixel 8 will closely resemble its predecessor, the Pixel 7, in terms of size and design. Notably, it's expected to feature Google's latest signature Tensor G3 chip, boasting nine powerful cores, all built upon the cutting-edge Arm Immortalis architecture. Furthermore, in a recent Threads post by Google Pixel's official account, it was hinted that the Pixel 7 Pro is also in the pipeline for release on the same October 4th date this year.

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