Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL have been making the rumor rounds over recent weeks, but the company is expected to make the devices official soon. Now, Google has shared a teaser video and launched a teaser website for the announcement of the two devices…

The teaser video for the announcement is simply titled “Google: Oct. 4” and features the iconic Google Search box slowly morphing into an outline the size of a smartphone. The description for the video reads, “Something new to love on Oct. 4.”

A new teaser website, at, also teases the upcoming devices. The website features the outline of a smartphone filled in with various images. It could potentially be that the images in the carousel are the first taken with the Pixel and/or Pixel XL.

It has long been rumored that Google will unveil the Pixel and Pixel XL on October 4th, alongside Google Home and a Daydream VR viewer. The Pixel and Pixel XL were leaked in real-life pictures earlier today, showing off the 5-inch and 5.5-inch displays and each device’s front facing camera, earpiece, and ambient light sensor. On the back of both devices was a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and glass panel, as well as the camera and camera flash. Pricing on the Pixel is expected to start at $650.

You can view the teaser video for Google’s October 4th announcement below and sign up to be the first to know more about the devices on the TenFour teaser website.

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