At I/O 2022 in May, Google teased the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro as well as the Pixel Watch. These goods, features, costs, and availability will all be covered in full detail at the future event. The phrase “It’s all coming together this fall” highlights the product ecosystem.
On October 6 at 10 a.m. ET, there will be a Livestream for online viewers while the firm holds an event in Brooklyn. After two years of virtual announcements in 2020 (Launch Night In) and 2021, this is Made by Google’s first physical appearance (Pixel Fall Event).
Google teased the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro
The next flagship phones, wearables, and strangely Pixel Buds Pro are included in a teaser film for the October 6 event. Reminder sign-up is available here.
In the aforementioned video, the Pixel 7 Pro gets an intriguing new appearance. When seen head-on, the cameras are highly obvious, with the telephoto lens standing out within the circular lens and the central ultrawide lens enclosed by a circle.
Google has not yet actually demonstrated Wear OS 3 on the Pixel Watch in the meanwhile. The Montblanc Summit 3 gives a better understanding of the UI and will undoubtedly be more “stock” than Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 5. It may only be what is accessible in the emulator. Also unknown are the cross-device capabilities that will link the experiences of phones and wearables.