Live updates from the Google hardware event on October 09, 2018. Coverage began at 11:00 AM ET
12:10 PM – The prices of the Pixel 3 phones start at $799. It will be available for purchase in the US from October 18. The phone will hit four more markets by November 1.
12:08 PM – Google Pixel will be the first smartphone to be supported by Assistant, It also comes with Pixel Stand, the smart wireless charger.
11:55 AM – “Pixel 3 comes in three colors. Its ‘smart’ camera is supported by AI-enabled software and hardware”
11:52 AM – Google Pixel 3 smartphone with 5.5-inch screen, and Pixel 3 XL with 6.3-inch screen launched.
11:44 AM – “Google Pixel Slate is powered by the Chrome OS and comes equipped with G Suite and built-in anti-virus software. With a starting price of $599, it will be available online and in stores later this year.”
11:39 AM – The high-performance Google Pixel Slate – a combination of PC, smartphone and tablet – unveiled
11:35 AM – Google Home Hub can be pre-ordered now for $149
11:32 AM – “Google Home Hub is integrated with all Google Nest features and can be controlled by any smartphone”
11: 29 AM – Google Home Hub, the smart digital assistant with a screen, and the latest product from the Google family, launched
11:17 AM – Last year, Made by Google products won about 45 industry awards for performance: Osterloh
11:15 AM – Osterloh gives an overview of Pixel 3 smartphone with new camera
11:14 AM – “Google Home is the most accurate and helpful digital home assistant,” says Osterloh
11:10 – Osterloh says the highly advanced camera of the Pixel smartphone was developed after several years of research
11:04 AM – Rick Osterloh, Google’s hardware chief, starts the presentation
11:00 AM – ‘Made by Google’ hardware event starts in New York City
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