Google has announced that its next big event will take place in Brooklyn on October 6, starting at 10 AM PT. This is likely the event where we’ll see the reveal of the highly anticipated Pixel Watch, as well as further details about Google’s upcoming Pixel 7 phone. Here’s everything we know so far about what to expect from Google’s next big hardware event.

The last time we saw a major hardware release from Google was in May at its I/O conference. There, the company unveiled its new line of Nest smart home devices and the Google Home Hub Max. But this October event is shaping up to be even bigger, with rumors swirling about a host of new hardware releases.

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First and foremost among these is the long-awaited Pixel Watch. We’ve been hearing rumors about a Google-made smartwatch for years now, and it finally looks like it might become a reality at this event. The watch is said to be running a special version of Android Wear designed specifically for smartwatches, and it’s rumored to come with built-in GPS and LTE support.

We’re also expecting to see more information about the next generation of Google’s flagship smartphone, the Pixel 7. Not much is known about the phone so far, but it’s rumored to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and 5G support. It’s also possible that we’ll finally get our first look at the much-anticipated foldable Pixel phone at this event.

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Other potential announcements include an update to the Chromecast streaming device and internet-connected speakers. No matter what Google has in store for us, it’s sure to be an exciting event. Be sure to check back here for all the latest news and updates leading up to the event on October 6.

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