Two versions of the handset will be launched, a Pixel and a Pixel XL, and the images reveal a new home screen Google has developed for Android phones. And given that it already prepared web pages for these products, we may soon see Walmart take preorders for the new Google products, maybe as soon as this week. The Google Home Mini is supposed to be 4.53 x 4.53 x 4.72 inches in size and tip the scales at under a pound.
On the other hand, we'll remind you that, after so many years selling Nexus and Pixel devices, Google still hasn't figured out how to manufacture enough units to meet demand.
Like always, Google will livestream the event on its official YouTube channel at 9AM Pacific Time. The Pixel 2 XL may come with an extended display, something to similar to what we have seen with the LG V30.
Add that to the fact that every Google phone release for the past six years has launched in either September, October or November, and we're fairly confident it's going to be a late one.
There's still a lot we don't know about the device through this listing, such as its audio specifications. This device from Google will be a direct competitor to the smaller sized Amazon Echo devices such as the Echo Dot and the Echo Tap.
Stay tuned with us to know everything that takes place at the event tomorrow! A new report suggests that the company will be releasing a refreshed Daydream VR headset with a number of key improvements, and costs a bit higher that the predecessor.
Back in October 4th, 2016, Google officially launched not only one smartphone but two flagship handsets that was created to directly compete against the Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Many expect Android 8.1 or Android 8.0.1 Oreo, along with a few other apps and software changes.
The box the Home Mini comes in is 11.5 x 11.5 x 12cm.