How to watch Google’s Pixel Fall Launch event – stream Pixel 6 debut live

The latest major release of the 2021 flagship phone is about to drop. Google is set to host a Pixel Fall Launch event next Tuesday (October 19), and unless you have contact with CEO Sundar Pichai, the only way you can watch the Google Pixel 6 debut is to broadcast the event live.

Fortunately, it’s easy to follow Google events online. The same parent company operates both Google and YouTube, after all. So if you are wondering how to watch Google’s Pixel Fall Launch event, the answer is just a live stream.

Of course, you can also stick with TechToSee’s Guide. We plan to cover the Pixel Fall launch event as we go, with an integration of the Pixel 6 launch live stream available as soon as things get started. We can also provide a snapshot of whatever Google announces during the feed, from Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro news to a closer look at any surprise material making its debut.

Here’s where you can find a live stream of the Google Pixel Fall launch event.

When is the Google Pixel Fall Launch event?

You can watch Google’s Pixel Fall Launch event starting at 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET / 6:00 p.m. BST on Tuesday, October 19. That’s 24 hours after Apple hosts a similar virtual fall product event and less than a day before Samsung’s latest Unpacked event. . It’s a busy week!

How can I watch Google’s Pixel Fall Launch event?

Right now, the easiest way to watch Google’s Pixel Fall Launch event is to bookmark the dedicated Pixel event website that Google has set up. Presumably, when the event airs, a live stream will appear on this site, allowing you to watch it.

Google Pixel 6 on display in the New York Google store

(Image credit: Avenir)

Google is also known to include a feed of its product launches on YouTube. Once such a stream goes live, we’ll integrate it here so you can watch the entire Pixel Fall launch event. The Made by Google channel can be a good place to search for such a feed.

What can I expect if I watch Google’s Pixel Fall Launch event?

Just by the title of the event, Google made it clear what it intended to announce. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will both debut at the event on October 19.

The Pixel 6 will be Google’s 6.4-inch model and it will feature the same camera setup as the Pixel 5 – a main camera plus an ultra-wide-angle lens. However, for the Pixel 6, Google is boosting the optics, with rumors suggesting a 50MP sensor for the main camera. The Pixel 6 Pro will feature a larger 6.71-inch screen and add a telephoto lens to go with the regular Pixel’s wide / ultra-wide angle cameras.

The real star of the show will be the Tensor processor that powers the Pixel 6 models. This is a chip designed by Google, as the phone maker moves away from the Qualcomm Snapdragon silicon used in previous models. Tensor will include a dedicated Tensor processing unit, suggesting that machine learning and artificial intelligence will feature prominently in this new phone.

The big mystery surrounding the Pixel 6’s launch isn’t necessarily the specs – Google has already confirmed details like the Tensor chip, while other specs have been met by well-documented rumors. Instead, we’re just waiting to find out what the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will cost, though an increase in the Pixel 5’s $ 699 starting price seems inevitable.

It seems unlikely that Google will dedicate an entire product launch to two heavily pre-announced phones. So that’s fueling speculation about what else you might be looking at at the Google Pixel Fall Launch event. A foldable device, the Pixel Fold, is said to be in the works and could make an appearance. Rumors have also suggested that a long-awaited Pixel Watch could finally arrive, although we believe that is a very distant possibility. Other potential products that could appear on Tuesday are a Pixelbook sequel, a Pixel tablet, and new Nest speakers, though the name of the event seems to prevent non-Pixel products from making an appearance.

Whatever Google has in store for you, come back here for a detailed rundown as well as an analysis of every announcement made when you watch the Pixel Fall Launch event.

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