Google to unveil new Android 7.0 smartphone on October 4

Google teases October 4 event for smartphones, the day we finally get to meet Pixel and Pixel XL.

Published Mon, Sep 19 2016 9:54 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:58 AM CST

Google has confirmed it is hosting an October 4 event in San Francisco, where it should unveil its new smartphones - called Pixel and Pixel XL, moving away from the much-loved Nexus brand.

Google has even set up a new website called, where you can sign up for the upcoming smartphones "made by Google" in the form of Pixel and Pixel XL. HTC is manufacturing the smartphones, but Google is designing everything from the ground up since they're "made by Google".

Google to unveil new Android 7.0 smartphone on October 4 |

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