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Droid Life Leaked The 5 Products That Google Will Launch On October 4

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Droid Life, a long-running Android focused news site has just leaked photos and details of the entire line-up of products that Google will unleash on October 4.
Droid Life Leaked The 5 Products That Google Will Launch On October 4
Google Pixel 2 in kinda blue

1. Google Pixel 2 - This handset will be built by HTC. Droid Life showed its possible colors including: blue, white, and blacks. We won't also be surprised if Google will give them funky names just like last year.

There are also rumors that it won't have a headphone jack anymore. It will come with 64 GB of storage for USD 650 or 128 GB for USD 750.
Pixel 2 XL panda variant
Pixel 2 XL panda variant

2. Google Pixel 2 XL - Reportedly built by LG, it could be the bigger phone by Google. It will come in a black-and-white panda variant w/ either 64 GB (USD 850) or 128 (USD 950) GB storage.
Google Home Mini
Google Home Mini

3. Google Home Mini - It will be the smaller Google Home designed to compete against Amazon Echo smart speaker. Based on the picture, it has 3 colors, four LEDs on top, and probably interchangeable fabric covers. It could retail for just USD 50.
Pixelbook
Pixelbook

4. Google Pixelbook
- A new laptop / Microsoft Surface Book competitor by Google that could run w/ Chrome OS. It could also come with a Pixel Pen. Price starts at USD 1,200 for the 128 GB version and USD 1,750 for the 512 GB model.
The new Google Daydream View
The new Google Daydream View

5. Google Daydream View - This new Daydream view is Google's 2017 VR headset w/ virtual reality support for Android smartphones. It comes w/ stylish fabric material and a controller. It could cost at USD 100.

These info probably "confirmed" the previously leaked Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Moreover, Droid Life has also leaked 3 more products that Google will launch on that date. It includes: Google Home Mini, Google Pixelbook, and new Daydream View.

These details aren't really verified yet, but they look like the real deal. But, take this as a grain of salt.

Let's wait for Google's official announcement.

Sources: CNETDroid Life
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