How to watch the Google Pixel 2 launch online

Alex Kidman 4 October 2017 NEWS

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Google is gearing up to launch the Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL and Google Home Mini, and you can get a front row seat to watch it all.

Google doesn't hold that many hardware launches, but when it does, it goes all out. It's expected that its latest launch, set for 9am PST on 4 October 2017, will see the introduction of the Google Pixel 2, the Google Pixel 2 XL, the Google Home Mini, possibly the Google Pixelbook and almost certainly an updated Daydream View 2 headset to go with the new devices.

That timing equates to 3am AEDT on 5 October 2017 if you're in Australia, so if you're super keen to get the official word from Google, you'll have to set your alarm clock early for the live stream linked above to kick into gear.

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    We'll be covering all the news from Google's Pixel 2 launch, so if you're not an early riser, you can check back here at finder.com.au for all the news and analysis of Google's latest Android-centric hardware tomorrow morning!

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