Google's ambitious products to take down Apple and Microsoft
Google is set to make a statement when it unveils its new range of flagship phones alongside a plethora of other products at the company's major hardware launch event.
Other than the Google Pixel 4 taking centre stage at the showcase, the tech giant is remaining tight-lipped about what consumers can expect from the event.
Here's what is rumoured to be launched at the company's October 15 Made by Google event.
PIXEL 4 + PIXEL 4 XL
The unveiling of Google's flagship smartphone should come as no surprise, with plenty of details already leaked about the Pixel 4.
The new Google will keep the same minimalist design as its predecessors, with the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 Plus tipped to have 5.7 and 6.3-inch displays, respectively.
Advanced sensors to support touchless hand gestures and facial recognition technology will also be added to the device, along with the Android 10 operating system.
A square dual camera set-up, like that seen on Apple's iPhone 11, will also be added to the flagship.
Interestingly, this will be the first time Google has opted for a dual camera setup, with the company previously relying on software to achieve the dual camera effects from a single shooter.
No specs on the cameras have been leaked.
The Pixelbook Go is tipped to be a traditional clamshell laptop, which will be a mid-range offering to take on the likes of Microsoft's Surface.
Reports point to a 13.3-inch 4K display with a metal body and options for a range of processors.
It will also offer either 8GB or 16GB of RAM and 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB of storage.
The tech giant's popular Google Home range is tipped for improvements with software, however any changes to the hardware remain uncertain.
Google is also expected to release a mesh wi-fi system that will remove blackspots from your home – the product is also tipped to double as Google Assistant speakers.
PIXEL BUDS 2 AND A PIXEL WATCH.
Google could release a follow to its 2017 Pixel Buds and unveil its long-rumoured Pixel Watch, however details on both products remain sparse.