Today’s tech news: Google teases Pixel 4


Google officially teased the Pixel 4, the next version of its flagship phone.

The Pixel 4 phone expected to be launched in October, accepting Google pursues past launch events. The Pixel telephones are the first to get updates and ordinarily bid to Android perfectionists.

The Pixel’s exclusivity agreement with Verizon makes the impression that the Pixels were available only through Verizon and not for every carrier when ordered from Google’s online store.

After Google’s confirmation there have been a few more details that have come out related to Pixel 4, but these are unconfirmed, rumored details. Someone created renders of the Pixel 4, based on the information that has been confirmed by Google so far, and using the information that has leaked.

Another certainty when it comes to the Pixel 4 is that it will have OLED screens. Since the first-gen Pixel Google has used an OLED screen in the Pixel phone. It’s not changing in the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL. Also, the Pixel 4 XL is likely to have a screen size of around 6.5-inch while the Pixel 4 will have a screen size of around 6-inch.

It is certain that the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL will come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 inside them. This processor will be paired with at least 4GB RAM 6GB RAM if Google is feeling generous and 64GB storage.

The Google Pixel 4 series will be the first smartphone to launch with Android Q that the company has recently announced at its I/O event. 

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