In the weeks and months leading up to Google’s big hardware event on Tuesday, there have seemingly been nonstop leaks about the upcoming products, especially Google’s anticipated Pixel 3.
We’ve seen numerous photos and videos of the design, and gotten a sneak peak at what appear to be the colors. We’re pretty sure that at least one of the new Pixel phones will have a notch, and we even know that Google will include a pair of USB-C earbuds in the box.
In fact, a reporter from Engadget even got their hands on what seems to be a final retail unit, buying it from a shop in Hong Kong.
Despite all that, Google is here to let everyone know that maybe we don’t know everything about the upcoming phone.
On Monday, Google tweeted a video from its Made by Google account that seems to mock all the recent leaks. The Tweet reads, “So you think you know… Tune in tomorrow to see for yourself.”
You can watch the teaser video below:
Google’s hardware event starts at 11 AM ET on Tuesday, October 9. Business Insider will be there covering the event live, but you can also watch a live-stream on Twitter.
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