Google Pixel 7 Event: How to Watch and What to Expect – IGN

The October Made by Google event is kicking off today, and we are expecting to see the official launch of the Google Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and the first ever Pixel Watch. If you’re interested in the next generation of mobile and smart home hardware from Google, this is an event you’ll want to tune into.

If you’re wanting to watch the Pixel event live yourself to see Google hardware get revealed, we’ve got you covered with how to watch the stream online yourself.

How to Watch the Google Pixel Event Live

Google’s fall launch event will be livestreamed on Thursday, October 6 at 7 am PT / 10 am ET / 3 pm. BST. To watch the Pixel 7 launch yourself, you just need to tune into the stream directly through the Google events portal or check it out on the Made by Google YouTube channel.

If you miss the event live, you will be able to watch it at your leisure after the stream concludes. You will also be able to shop the products yourself directly from

Where Is the Made by Google Event?

The Made by Google Launch event is taking place in the Williamsburg neighborhood of NYC. Unfortuntely, the in-person event is limited to invited members of the press, so if you haven’t gotten an invitation you will need to watch the stream online.

What to Expect From the Made by Google Event

Considering Google put out a press release about what to expect from the event, we have a pretty good idea of ​​what products we are going to see today. The biggest things are brand new Google phones, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, as well as the first ever Pixel Watch. Both of these products were announced at Google I/O in May.

The company has also stated that it will be announcing additions to the Nest smart home portfolio at the show, but didn’t specify beyond that. It’s likely that it could be entirely new smart speakers or updates to the more affordable line of Nest Minis. Google tends to stay fairly competitive in the smart home market and Amazon just recently announced its new products in the space as well.

Another thing we might see at the show today, despite it not being on the press release, is more information about the Google Pixel Tablet. Although it probably isn’t coming out until sometime in 2023, it is likely that Google won’t be able to resist the chance to show off it’s upcoming iPad competitor.

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