September 8, tech giant Google offered a first glimpse of its upcoming smartphones Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro ahead of their launch on October 4.
Google's photos and videos show how much smaller the Pixel 8 is compared to the 8 Pro, according to The Verge, an American tech news website. While the Pixel 8 Pro is rumored to retain the same 6.7-inch display size as its predecessor, the standard Pixel 8 could have a smaller 61.7-inch display, which is good news for people who prefer phones that don't take up their entire hand.
Google also gave a peek at the Pixel Watch II, which was released earlier this year. The Verge reported that the device looks mostly similar to its predecessor and features a porcelain band to match the Pixel 8 Pro.
Google doesn't reveal much about the new features coming with the Pixel Watch 2, but notes that you can pair it with a Pixel phone to get even more personalized help, safety features, and health insights. Google recently revealed the Pixel Buds in its teaser, which indicates that we will also see the earbuds at its hardware-packed event.