Meet the picture-perfect Pixel 4 is it’s smarter, innovative and more advanced than ever!
The much anticipated Google Pixel 4 arrives alongside its larger sibling, the Google Pixel 4 XL, and offers up a cocktail of flagship photography features, including machine learning and other AI wizardry
It’s the successor to the previous version Google Pixel 3, however the upgrades are quite minimal. Google engineers tried to break the mold with the Pixel 4, instead playing things safe with an incremental update.
Google is resting on its name a little, betting for on the strong photography showing from the Pixel 3 continues to intrigue users and push them to check out the new Pixel 4 – and while there are some clear gains here photography-wise, those looking for worthwhile upgrades across the board will be less impressed on these variables.
The great news is that the Google Pixel 4’s starting price is lower than that of the Pixel 3, which could help to compensate for any perceived lack of innovation when it goes on sale.
The Google Pixel 4 release date is on October 24, with Pixel 4 pre-ordering open from October 15. The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are available by every major US retail carrier, including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, X-Finity, Spectrum Mobile and Google Fi.
The Pixel 4 will be coming to a number of countries worldwide on October 24, including the US, UK, including Australia.
The venerable Google Pixel 4 price starts at $799 / £669 / AU$1,049 for the 64GB of storage model, while the 128GB Pixel 4 price is $899 / £769 / AU$1,199.
This means the Pixel 4 has the same launch price as the Pixel 3 had in the US, while in the UK the new handsets actually have a lower launch price than their predecessors.