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With the number of leaks and previous announcements for the Google Pixel 6, it may seem like the phones should already be here by now. Thanks to Google, we already know that the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro exist, what they will look like, and that they will use a processor designed by Google. We also get a feel for the camera specs, what the new wireless charging stand likely to look like, and even what’s inside, thanks to a teardown video that has since been deleted. .

The only thing left is for Google to fill in the remaining details that we don’t know and launch the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. Google has one of the worst records for keeping things a secret, so maybe hoping for a surprise or two might be overkill, but the long-standing Foldable Pixel could still materialize alongside other surprises. The only way to know for sure is to log into the company’s Pixel Fall launch event.

What time does the Pixel 6 event start?

The Pixel 6 event will be a pre-recorded stream that airs online at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT today, Tuesday, October 19. You can mark it on your Google Calendar using a handy shortcut on the Pixel Event page. If you’re an iOS user, Google conveniently (and hilariously) includes an .ics file on that same page for your convenience – and because they know a lot of people use the calendar app built into their iPhone.

Where can I watch the Pixel 6 event?

Google hosts the event feed, for the general public and the press, directly on the Pixel Event page. This will most likely be a live video on YouTube, so you can also set a reminder on the embedded video once it is launched. If available, we will also add live video at the top of this article.

You can rest assured that The edge will watch and report, and you can follow our blog live while you watch or if you are unable to stream the video at work.

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