Perhaps feeling left out after Apple and PlayStation announced special events to reveal big products this month, Google recently confirmed a virtual event for Sept. 30. Unlike those other companies, which are shrouding the specifics of their events in mystery, Google has given the public a clear idea of what to expect.

First and foremost, Google will be using this event to finally unveil its next-generation, 5G compatible smartphones, Engadget reports. This will include the more affordable Pixel 4a and the cutting-edge Pixel 5. At the low end, the Pixel 4a will start at $499, making it one of the cheapest options for customers looking to experience 5G data speeds.

The new Pixels currently lack a release window more specific than “fall,” so an actual release date could be forthcoming at this event.

The event will also see the unveiling of a new Chromecast, Google’s line of media streaming devices that pair with devices to “cast” movies and TV shows. A recent Target listing outed the new product, referring to it as “Google Chromecast with Google TV” and including a $50 price tag. Google TV is said to be a rebranding of Android TV, Google’s smart TV OS that powers many popular smart TVs.

Finally, the event will see the reveal of a new smart speaker, of which there is the least information of any product set to be unveiled.

Google’s event will commence at 2 p.m. EDT on Sept. 30.

Google reported a rare drop in revenue in results that largely met expectations during what the company called "a difficult global economic environment Google reported a rare drop in revenue in results that largely met expectations during what the company called "a difficult global economic environment" Photo: AFP / Robyn Beck