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Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL release date, price and specs: What do the rumours say?

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    Google Pixel 4 Pixel 4XL release date specs price

    Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL are the latest upcoming creations from the search giant. While there is little to no information available about the yet to release Pixel phones, there are still plenty of leaks and rumours that give us a pretty good

    Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL rumour roundup

    Google, the search engine giant not a long time ago started making smartphones. The company initially released their devices under the ‘Nexus’ monarchy until recently when it was changed to ‘Pixel’. The company has released around about four devices under the Pixel branding the latest and yet to release is the Google Pixel 4.

    The Sundar Pichai company is set to release two new devices, the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Both the phones are expected to undergo some significant changes in terms of design and internals.

    The new Pixel phones are rumored to ditch the notch and are expected to embrace the hole-punch camera system just like the Samsung Galaxy S10 line-up.

    A Graphic designer named Jonas Daehnert, whose Twitter handle is @PhoneDesigner. This guy has posted some lifelike images of both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL and mind you they look amazing.

    Apart from these two phones, it looks like Google is also developing a small screen device named Pixel 4 mini. The smaller Pixel could be very successful due to the fact that there aren’t many small screen flagship devices.

    No Physical Buttons, Top Hardware, and Advanced Camera’s

    Rumors also suggest that the Pixel 4 line-up will omit any presence of physical buttons. Meaning there won’t be any power key or volume up and down key instead, the physical buttons will be replaced by capacitive keys.

    Google Pixel 4 Google Pixel 4XL specs release date

    The other elements of the phone include a very powerful SoC from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 855 paired with 6 of 8 Gigs of RAM.

    The two phones will ship with Android Q out of the box, a notch-less QHD+ display, and a highly advanced camera system.

    It’s very early to provide some conclusive evidence concerning these two devices but we do expect that the company will announce something official very soon.

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