With Apple, Samsung, Microsoft and Amazon already having had their fall announcement events this year, Google's hardware keynote is ostensibly the last major launch of 2023. The company more or less told us what it would unveil today, teasing us with trailers of the Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro and Pixel Watch 2.
The show kicked off on October 4 at 10AM ET, and so far we've covered the release of the Pixel 8 series, including the Pro, Pixel Watch 2, Pixel Buds Pro, and new AI features. Below, find a complete list of all the stories we published from the event, including early hands-on impressions with both new Pixel phones and the Pixel Watch 2.
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And here's our first look at the Pixel Watch 2:
Our early impressions of the Pixel Watch 2 and its updated health-tracking features.
In case you missed it earlier, here's our hands-on first impressions with the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro.
Our first impressions of Google's latest flagships, including how to use the temperature sensor on the Pixel 8 Pro.
And stay tuned for more coverage once we get to use these things some more.
I am gonna grab about 12 more matcha mango smoothies and take their temperature with a Pixel 8 Pro, probably.
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That means your Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro will be supported through 2030. Osterloh says goodbye and that he hopes to see us at various Google Stores around the country.
Pixel phones' potential longevity are getting a boost, hopefully saving a few more handsets from an early visit to the landfill.