How to watch Google’s Pixel 7 and Pixel Watch event on Oct 6

Google is kicking off the fall tech season again this year with another Made by Google hardware event to unveil the next-gen Pixel 7 lineup, unveil its long-awaited Pixel Watch, and possibly even one or two more to offer surprises.

Google typically hosts two events per year: the Google I/O spring conference provides a broad overview of everything Google is working on, from Android to Google’s cloud ecosystem, while the fall events are “Made by Google” (like the Name suggests) focus solely on the company’s latest hardware products.

Here’s how to watch Made by Google on October 6th

Made by Google 2022 begins October 6 at 10:00 AM ET / 7:00 PM PT. While Google invites the press to attend the event in New York City in person this year, others can join the live stream from the comfort of their own home or office.

For most people, the Made by Google YouTube channel is the best place to watch as it can be accessed from any device that supports the YouTube app, from your smartphone to your smart TV. Google will also stream the event on its Google Store Events page for viewers in the US, UK and Australia.

The live stream hasn’t been posted to the YouTube channel yet, but unlike some of its competitors, Google isn’t shy about what’s to come. the Made by Google YouTube channel has plenty of teaser videos to whet your appetite while you wait for the big event.

The theme of the Google Pixel Collection

What we expect from Google

Google teased the new Pixel 7 and Pixel Watch earlier this year at its annual Google I/O developer event, noting that the products would arrive in the fall. With the announcement of its Made by Google event on October 6th, the company clearly confirmed that we can expect the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel Watch.

While it shouldn’t come as a big surprise, Google has also confirmed that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will run Android 13 and will feature the next generation of its bespoke Tensor chip, which debuted in last year’s Pixel 6 lineup.

A multitude of Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro sit on a purple background.

The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro retain the same general design as their predecessors, but with a more refined and polished look, using a 100% recycled aluminum finish across the entire rear case. There may be minor changes in screen sizes, with the Pixel 7 getting slightly shorter and the Pixel 7 Pro slimming down its bezels to make room for a slightly larger display. Rumor has it that the new Pixel 7 lineup will be priced at the same level as the Pixel 6.

Lifestyle image of a woman wearing a Google Pixel Watch while typing on a Google Pixel 6 Pro.

The Pixel Watch will be the first smartwatch designed and built by Google. The company notes that it will bring together “Google’s helpfulness and Fitbit’s health and fitness expertise” in a “new, reimagined WearOS experience.” Google has already shown us what the Pixel Watch will look like, and it’s obvious that the company is aiming for a minimalist circular design while sticking to a more traditional look for a watch.

Whether Google has more surprises in store is an open question. However, with a new Pixel tablet set to launch in early 2023 and rumors of a “Pixel Fold” appearing around the same time, we wouldn’t be surprised if Google offered a few teasers to show us around what is looming on the horizon.

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