The Google Pixel 4 is set to be announced on October 15, and we've just gotten a sneak preview of something that's likely to feature in the launch event, as camera samples that Google apparently intends (or intended) to use to promote the upcoming phone's camera capabilities have leaked. But, what do we make out of this for the price in Europe and United States market?
This revelation means that we can expect a price bump for the next generation, as the Google Pixel 3 started at CAD$999 a year ago ($1,199 in Australia), with the 128GB XL coming in at CAD$1259 ($1,499 in Australia). And it's not good news. Blass tweeted the Canadian prices for the handsets, offering details on the 64GB and 128GB models for both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. However, don't get your hopes up yet.
The OEM may supposedly hike the prices of Pixel 4/4 XL comparison to its predecessor Pixel 3/3 XL.
The Canadian pricing for all Pixel 4 models is actually slightly higher than the Pixel 3 was a year ago.
The series of Pixel 4 will be an ultimate Google's take on its mobile OS, the phones will compete as by having the most popular OS in the world not only from the Apple iPhone but different Android competitors.
The addition of a 90Hz display in particular will surely get some Android fans giddy with excitement. The Pixel 4 will sport a 5.7-inch FHD+ OLED display, while the Pixel4 XL will ship with a 6.3-inch QHD+ OLED display.
They would also feature a new Motion Sense Mode and work with nine applications that have been whitelisted as Supported Apps.
Google will officially unveil the Pixe 4 at an October 15 event. Google has already confirmed the Pixel 4 will boast multiple lenses on its rear, as opposed to previous Pixels that have relied exclusively on a single sensor.
Right now you can get the Google Assistant to start listening to you with a button push, or by stating "hey Google", or by squeezing the sides of your phone- but the Pixel 4 series is being tipped to introduce a new method of triggering the app.
As always, Express.co.uk will be covering proceedings live.