Google is announcing the Pixel 5 on September 30

Yolanda Curtis
September 16, 2020

At this moment we're not expecting to see much else from the Google, but I pray that Google has a secret Pixel 5 XL or something up its sleeves for this announcement. The internet giant, on Tuesday sent out press invites for a special event on September 30, where it is expected to the new Pixel 5, along with a new Google Nest smart speaker, and a new Chromecast device.

This will be a proper event unlike the Pixel 4a launch. For the first time, at least one of these models should be 5G compatible.

Google's Chromecast media streaming technology already comes built into some TVs and displays, but those unfortunate enough to lack such gear, will soon be able to add it with a new Chromecast dongle. The phone's launch timeline was shared on the sidelines of the Pixel 4a launch in August. Livestream details are yet to be announced but it will most likely happen through YouTube. The Pixel 5 is also rumoured to come with a Snapdragon 765G processor and a larger battery this time around, with support for 15W Qi wireless charging.

One of the greatest new highlights is that Android 11 (Go edition) should chip away at gadgets with 2GB of RAM or less - a knock up from Android 10 (Go edition), which was made for gadgets with under 1.5GB of RAM.

The name of "Google Chromecast with Google TV" is the most awkward of Google names, so it's ideal.

Pixel- sensible, do not anticipate Google to utilize the flagship level Snapdragon 865 So C, rather the business has actually always been reported to opt for the 765 household, since it's more budget-friendly.

But with the advent of streaming devices like Amazon Fire TV Stick and Roku, the brand has lost its momentum. Thus it is widely expected that these high-end device are destined to be stars of the Launch Night In event, for smartphone fans. But both products have been spotted in multiple leaks already.

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