"Pre-orders start immediately after the event".
Overall, looks like we have a lot to lot forward to once the Pixel 3 XL gets official!
Google is tipped to launch a slew of new products.
The Pixel Slate, a tablet powered by Chrome OS, was leaked just a few days before the Made by Google event on October 9, further removing its surprise factor. As per rumours, Google is really pushing the limit with a 6.7-inch display and a resolution of 2,960 x 1,440 pixels.
Most notably the Google Pixel 3 XL was listed as the same 1269.99 Canadian dollar (£749.83/$977.00) price for both the 64GB and 128GB variants. The device has been leaked extensively with various live images and various hands-on videos.
There are two sensors in the dual camera setup-one for normal selfies and the other for wide angle selfies.
A document filed with the FCC suggests that Google could be launching a revamped version of its Chromecast device, which lets users stream content on their TV. As for software, the devices will ship with the latest Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box. Mashable's Raymond Wong and Pete Pachal will be on site for the news, but it's pretty safe to say we know what's coming. We still don't know everything that Google will bring to its latest event, but a Chrome OS tablet that could take on Microsoft's Surface Pro line appears to be on the docket.
Leaked photos claim to show a smart display, called the 'Google Home Hub, ' which features a 7-inch display mounted on top of a speaker.
We also expect new Pixel Buds to be unveiled, but again there is not much known at the moment.