It's the last episode of Android Central Podcast before Google's October 15 hardware event! Join Hayato Huseman, Andrew Martonik, and Daniel Bader for last minutes leaks and rumors about the products you can expect to be announced.
Show Notes and Links:
- Nest Mini
- Everything you can expect from Google's October 15 hardware event: Pixel 4, Pixelbook Go and more
- Google Pixel 4: Leaks, Release Date, Specs, and News!
- Google Camera may soon focus on people you often take pictures of
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