Google is holding its latest press launch tonight, and current indications are that two main products will be shown off. First: two new flagship Android smartphones, the Pixel and Pixel XL, with their details seemingly accidentally leaked by retailer Carphone Warehouse. They’ll match the iPhone 7 in the ‘big or small?’ choice for buyers, with an emphasis on Google’s new apps for video-calling (Duo) and messaging (Allo) in the marketing material, as well as the Google Assistant voice-controlled tech. Meanwhile, Variety reports that the event WILL also see Google unveil its new virtual-reality headset, using its Daydream technology. It’s the successor to Google Cardboard: a platform that multiple manufacturers (Google included) can use to make VR headsets that will run Daydream-compatible apps. Variety claims that Google’s first headset will undercut nearest rival the Samsung Gear VR by as much as $20, with a $79 price. We wouldn’t be surprised to see some music content as part of the launch tonight, so stay tuned.