Google is likely to announce a new Pixel 3 smartphone at an event this October, and we’re starting to hear more about what this particular keynote will entail. According to Evan Blass on Twitter, we’ll also be seeing second-generation Pixel Buds along with a Pixel-branded smartwatch of some kind. Now, we’re hearing there will be a fourth device unveiled at the launch.
In a tweet sent out by Blass over the weekend, Google will announce a new Pixelbook with slimmer bezels. While no further details were given about the device itself, Blass does note it’ll ship by the end of this year.
Add to this fall hardware lineup a second-generation Pixelbook, with smaller bezels, scheduled to ship before the end of the year.
Google’s original Pixelbook ran Chrome OS and came with proper Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. It also shipped with a 2-in-1 design that could be converted into a tablet. We can expect most of this in the second generation as well, although it’s likely Google will make a few additional changes besides thinner bezels to make the new generation stand out a bit better.
As we draw closer to the October timeframe when we expect to see the new Pixelbook and all of Google’s other new hardware, we’ll keep you posted on all the latest rumors.