Another year, another Google Pixel event. And we're just hours away from the big reveal.
This time, we're expecting to be introduced to the new Pixel 7 and 7 Pro smartphones, while there are rumours suggesting we may also see a Pixel Watch, a new tablet, new smart home devices, and maybe even an extra surprise or two. We'll have to wait and see, but you don't have to wait long.
The Pixel 7 launch event is happening today so if you want to know when and how to stay in touch with all the news, please read on...
Google Pixel 7 launch event start time
Google has already announced new Pixels will be unveiled today, 6th October at 10am ET. Don't worry, though, these events don't usually last all day. We'd expect the launch to last a couple of hours at the very most.
Look below for Pixel 7 launch event start times across the world.
- Cupertino, California: 7am PST
- New York, New York: 10am ET
- Halifax, Canada: 11am AST
- London, United Kingdom: 3pm BST
- Berlin, Germany: 4pm CEST
- Delhi, India: 7:30pm IST
- Sydney, Australia: 1am AEDT
How to watch the Pixel 7 launch event
The event is being streamed live, so all you need to do is simply head over to Google, or you can watch the stream via Google's YouTube channel. Both will be covering the event.
Google also notes that you can sign up for updates and add the event to your calendar, if you want to be sure not to miss anything.
Pixel 7 launch event live stream
A couple of notes: if you do happen to miss the event, not to worry, as Google notes the broadcast will be made available once the event is through. Of course, we'll also be covering any major announcements.
ASL translations and closed captions will also be available for this event if you need to make use of those features.
Smartphones and wearables are at the top of the agenda, but could there be an update or two for Google's Pixel Buds A-Series or Pixel Buds Pro? We'll be following the launch closely and bringing you all the big news as it drops.
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