Google September 2015 event

Watch the Google September 2015 event unveiling the new Nexus phones, Chromecast, Pixel C (video)

In case you missed it, here’s the Google September 2015 event. Get a first look at the new Nexus 5x and 6P, Chromecast and Chromecast Audio, and the new Pixel C tablet.

During the September event, Google unveiled a number of new gadgets just in time for the holiday season. On September 29, 2015, the search giant introduced two new phones the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, refreshed Chromecast, and a brand new Chromecast Audio, and the Pixel C tablet.

In addition, the company talked about the next version of Android codenamed Marshmallow with improvements on the user-interface, notifications, search, and there are also new advancements on power to allow battery to last longer for new and older devices.

Google also revealed that it’s updating its music service. Now Google Play Music will be available for free for 90 days for those who purchase one of the new phones, and there is also a family plan for $14.99 per month that will allow families to share a single account with up to six people.

Google Photos got updated to make it easier to share photos with other people and keep albums updated and private, and much more.

Of course there are more details, as such, in case you missed the event, in this article you’ll find the complete video of the Google September 2015 event for your enjoyment. (The keynote starts at minute 5:20)

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