Google Pixel 4 Price and Hands on review
The Google Pixel 4 release date is October 24, with Pixel 4 pre-orders open from October 15.
The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL is available via every major US carrier, including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, X-Finity, Spectrum Mobile and Google Fi.
It’ll be coming to a number of countries worldwide on October 24, including the US, UK and Australia.
The 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.
Google Pixel 4 display
With its 5.7-inch display, the Pixel 4 is one of the smaller flagship devices around, and is thus usable one-handed, with the extra grip on the sides helping it to feel secure. The Pixel 4 measures 147.1 x 68.8 x 8.2mm and weighs 162g.
It’s not a ‘compact’ device however, and those with smaller palms may still need to employ both hands to comfortably use the Pixel 4.
Google Pixel 4 specs,face unlock and camera
The first, second and third generations of the Pixel range have all come with 4GB of RAM, but the Pixel 4 sees that increased to 6GB.Bringing the phone more in line with the Android competition (although there are still plenty of rivals packing 8GB, and even, in some cases, 12GB of RAM).
A notable omission from the rear of the Google Pixel 4 is a fingerprint scanner – in fact, this particular feature is missing from the phone completely. Google has decided to go all-in on face unlock, which it claims is quick and easy to use.
Google likes to keep things simple in terms of hardware though, and there’s a 12MP main camera (f/1.7, 77-degree field of view), assisted by the new 16MP telephoto lens (f/2.4, 52-degree field of view), allowing for improved zoom, better low-light shots and enhanced portrait snaps.