Google Announced Pixel 6 Unveiling on October 19
Google has officially confirmed that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, the company's next smartphones, will be unveiled on October 19 during Google's Pixel Fall Launch.
Google has had an October launch when it has showed off its hardware products for the last several years, with 2020 being an exception. This is where the Pixel phones are usually unveiled, along with a slew of other innovations and, on sometimes, hardware.
Unlike Apple, which places a premium on secrecy before releasing a new product, Google takes a more relaxed approach to the process.
The business already revealed a variety of features and information and doesn't appear to be bothered by leaks - instead, it has verified certain claims, like stating that the phone will operate on Tensor, its own processor.
That means we know a lot more about the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro than we would for past gadget debuts, but there's still a lot more to discover.
Google has always believed that AI and machine learning play a significant part in the evolution of devices rather than merely technology, and nowhere is this more evident than in cameras.
Recent photographic developments rely on computational photography rather than hardware - think Night Mode or Portrait Mode - allowing Google to roll innovations back to even older devices, which other manufacturers may be hesitant to do.
That means that, while we all know what these Pixel phones look like, we don't know what they'll do or what innovative AI features Google will reveal.
The event is scheduled for October 19 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, which corresponds to 6 p.m. UK time.