'Google Magic' top feature of Pixel phone, per Verizon leak

Verizon has accidentally released details of the new Google Pixel phones which will include something called Google Magic.

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With hours to go until Google announces its newest products, wireless company Verizon has accidentally leaked details of the new Pixel phones, which include something called "Google Magic."

Gizmodo has published images of the Pixel and Pixel XL that Verizon let slip on its Enterprise site. It lists the number one feature as "Google Magic" alongside business phrases such as "Productivity" and "Strengthened security."

The two phones will be available in three colors -- blue, silver and black -- and in a choice of either 32GB or 128GB, according to the leak.

The "Made By Google" event, at which these and other products are due to be officially unveiled, kicks off at 9 a.m. PT. Here's how you can catch Google's live stream.