Google’s soon-to-be-retired Nexus line of smartphones could make its debut on Oct. 4, according to recent hints from the company. Google posted a 30-second YouTube video, backed by the 1974 Redbone single, “Come and Get Your Love,” with a link to the “Made By” page and the message, “Something new to love on Oct. 4.”Rumors about what might replace Google’s Nexus line have been circulating since earlier this year when the company brought former Motorola president Rick Osterloh on board to lead a new hardware division. Several recent leaks have provided a few glimpses at the new smartphones known as the Pixel and the Pixel XL.
NEXUS TO BE REPLACED TO PIXEL BY GOOGLE TO BE LAUNCHED
Following up on another leak, that site yesterday posted a separate article depicting side-by-side images of two light-colored, aluminum and glass smartphone with some identifying markings obscured. The larger of the two phones, the Pixel XL, is believed to have a 5.5-inch screen, while the Pixel will reportedly have a 5-inch display.
The new Pixel phones are also believed to carry considerably higher price tags
Beyond departing from Google’s Nexus lineup in name, the new Pixel phones are also believed to carry considerably higher price tags. Various reports peg the likely cost of the Pixel at $649, while the Pixel XL will probably set buyers back by even more.
Google did not respond for the more details about its October 4 event
It did not respond for more details about its October 4 event. Set to being at 9 a.m. Pacific Time, the event is scheduled to be live streamed online.For now, the few hints Google is offering the only point to a smartphone announcement. However, the company has several other anticipated releases in the works, and it’s not clear whether other products could also be unveiled on October 4.
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