All #madebyGoogle event devices to expect: Pixel 3, Chromecast 2018, and more

Google's Third-Gen Chromecast Leaks Again In Updated Smart TV Kit

All will be revealed later tomorrow but ahead of the launch event Google's current flagship, the Pixel 2, has been slashed in price. And now a Hong Kong based retailer is selling the Pixel 3 XL even before its official launch. Those that are out of warranty, the app will give an estimated value of the amount charged for the fix.

The real question is whether the Pixel 3 lineup will turn out to be worthy rivals of Apple's newest handsets.

Apart from that, Pixel Slate will most probably be just a Wi-Fi enabled tablet and not a GSM/CDMA data enabled tablet.

Right now, there is no word if/when the "Repair Center" app will have a global release or not. Take a look below to know more about the about the products which Google will be launching tomorrow. The new smartphones are also rumoured to come with improved cameras and have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC under the hood, along with an Adreno 630 GPU and 4GB of RAM. The most recent Pixel Slate leak has proposed a few of the features and details of the device. Comparing the latest leaks of Pixel 3 XL with the retail boxing of its predecessor, there isn't any notable difference in the design.

When we put Unboxing photos in the limelight, we can see the last final retail box for Google Pixel XL 3, complete with "G" and "Google Pixel 3 XL." branding. On the contrary, the company could employ a dual camera at the front wherein the primary snapper is expected to be a 8.1MP shooter and the secondary camera might be a wide-angle lens.

The tested device received an Intel Core i7-8500Y processor as an impressive 16 GB of RAM as well as Android 9.

The company's new Home Hub is a smart display powered by the Google Assistant. This time, we're getting a chance to see the Google Pixel Slate.

The current Google Smart TV Kit with a Google Home and second-generation Chromecast is priced at $74, so this new bundle will likely feature the same price when it is announced next week. We recently reported that Google has been asking YouTubers to send clips of them criticizing the notch.