Google has been making a lot of headlines lately. The company warms up to introduce its latest innovations. The firm only yesterday, revealed the official name of its Android 8.0 update, calling it ‘Android Oreo.’ The most recent mobile update has already been rolled out to Google-branded smartphones including Pixel and Nexus, with the rest of the world to follow in the coming weeks and months. At the same time, the company continues to prepare for the launch of its 2017 flagship offering, Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2. A new tip reported by Android Police first, suggests that the company might introduce a new Chromebook Pixel alongside a Mini Google-home smart-home speaker alongside Pixel 2 in October too.

Upcoming launch by the company

According to a report published by Android Police, the company is preparing for the launch of a bunch of new products for October. Not only will the market witness the unveiling of its 2017 flagship devices, but this will also be accompanied by the introduction of a brand new, Pixel-oriented Chromebook. According to Gadgets 360, this comes across as a surprise because Google was rumored to be eliminating the Pixel-branded Chromebook lineup in March this year. Given that it is still working on this range, it appears that the rumor stands refuted.

Google Home speakers updates

The Alphabet Inc-led company last year venture into the smart-home speaker market with the launch of its Google Home.

Just like Amazon’s Echo, the smart device equipped all the features there should be in order to carry out the daily chores for the user. It seems that the company is working on its successor – perhaps, a lighter and smaller version called Mini Google Home, which is rumored to be launched alongside Pixel 2.

Pixel 2 is coming soon

As far as the Google Pixel 2 is concerned, the device is going to be a standard copy of its predecessor. The major difference will be regarding its camera, processor, and several other major features. The smartphone is reported by Gadgets 360 as being powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, along with sporting a 13-megapixel singular rear sensor along with a 7-megapixel front snapper.

The device is also expected to come with the support for wireless charging technology. Google hasn’t revealed much information regarding its flagship as of yet, but the majority of the reports claim that the fans won’t end up in disappointment.