We’ve all heard a lot of rumors about the new smartphone from Google. It’s been six months since Pixel 3, and Pixel 3 XL handsets have been revealed. They’re designed to be the friendly enemy of Apple, and they’re expected to put an end to the bezel style of Google’s previous handsets.
The phones will probably not be presented at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, due to the fact that Google usually releases its phones at the end of the year.
When is the release date?
The current smartphones were released on the 9th of October last year, and it’s understandable why Google might do the same this time, too.
What’s the price?
Some sources predict that the phone will come out with the prices between £900 and £1,000 if they will be compatible with 5G networks, which means they’ll have a faster connection than today’s smartphones. The larger model will probably be more expensive.
According to a leaked photo, we see a new front panel on both of the devices that will put an end to the notch – that small part from the top of the screen, where the cameras and sensors are placed.
It will come with bezels that are almost non-existent, and there’s also no trace of the 3.5mm headphone jack, that we’ve seen in the previous smartphones.
There’s a possibility that Google will come with the in-display fingerprint scanner, that’s similar to what we’ve seen in Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro, and larger displays.
There’s a great possibility that Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will support a 5G connection. It’s also expected that they increase the storage options for the new devices. The maximum capacity would probably be of 246GB for these new phones.
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