Google's expecting to unveil it's Next Pixel phones on October fourth.
In August we saw the Samsung Note eight.
In September, it's iPhone season.
October, that's Pixel time.
Google put up an announcement at madeby.google.com /askmore.
They're even saying relatively black pages as, thinking about changing phones, stay tuned for more on October fourth.
Google also published a 35 second video entitled Funny you should ask, in it, several searches are conducted including why is my smartphone so hot?
And why is my smartphone so fragile?
The video ends with a text Funny you should ask, October fourth.
Google announced the first pixel phones on October fourth of 2016.
There have been plenty of rumors about Google's next phones The larger XL is expected to lose some of that big vessel, making it look more like the Samsung Galaxy S8.
The sides of the next Pixel may be squeezable, similar to the HTC U11.
The Pixel may drop the standard headphone jack, like the iPhone.
It's also unknown which company will manufacture the new Pixels, with reports saying it could be HTC or LG.
HTC built the first Pixel phones.
Google's own teaser suggests the new Pixels could be more rugged than the previous editions.
As the reports flow in, we'll have you covered at CNet.com.
I'm Iyaz Akhtar, and I'll see you online.
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