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Here’s when Google’s Pixel 8 reveal will take place

Google will reveal its latest devices in around a month

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Google will reveal its latest upcoming devices in around a month – it has scheduled a 4 September event in New York and has sent out media invites to either attend the event in person or view a livestream.

The event won’t just reveal the Pixel 8, though – Google says there will be a ‘portfolio of devices’ revealed – could we see the Pixel Watch 2 with improved health tracking and battery life?

The Made by Google event will take place at 7am PT, 10am ET and 3pm GMT and will last at least an hour. There’s no YouTube live stream link as yet, but we’ll update this when there is one.

We know that the event will yield the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, following a well-established pattern. On Threads, Googke posted: “Big fall launches are stressful, but Pixel helps these Best Phones Forever stay cool as cucumbers. The w8 is almost over. Rest up for Made By Google on October 4th.”

This Thread was also accompanied by a video pointing out the iPhone’s lack of Pixel features including “unblurring old photos, answering unknown calls with AI and live translating messages”. The video also pokes fun at the iPhone only just getting USB-C with the iPhone 15.

We know the Pixel 8 will have three lenses contained within an oval cut-out on the camera shelf, while there’s am extra sensor visible too. The new devices are set to me more rounded than their predecessors, too with the Pixel 8 Pro. We’ll have to wait until 4 October to see what Google has in store for us.

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