Google is scheduled to launch the new Pixel phones on 15 October, which is on Tuesday next week.
The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are apparently going to be available for pre-order starting tomorrow, immediately after the announcement event in NY has ended. Both phones runs Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 with 6GB RAM, with 64GB and 128GB storage.
The new Mini is expected to retail for the same $49. If the original Google Home Mini is anything to go by, it will frequently be on sale for much less than that. The Google Pixel 4 has a 5.7-inch Full HD+ with a 90Hz refresh rate.
Some of the upgrades we are likely to see on the new Pixel include a completely redesigned camera, improved screen technology, secure facial unlocking, and the ability to control your device without picking it up or touching it using gestures. That'd be a disappointment if you're hoping for Google to include them. We know the specs, the colour variants, the design, there have even been leaks around the pricing of the phone, and it might be the first time that the phone starts at a $999 price tag, which could be a little bit of a shocker. But that trend is slowly dying off, and it seems Google is sticking to that trend for the Pixel 4. As the photo below shows, the Pixel 4 will come with an 18 W Type-C power adapter, a corresponding USB cable and a USB Type-A to Type-C Quick Switch adapter. It's worth noting that this is the Canadian retail version, so it may not be the same in every market. Perhaps one of the most leaked phones in history, if you're interested in the device chances are good you probably already know a good bit about it.
Unlike some placeholder pages in the past, the Pixel 4 pre-order page was surprisingly detailed, giving us specifications, lifestyle photos and more.