Google Pixel 4's great new features are going to cost you

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 9, 2019

At the time of writing the Google Pixel 4 Canadian pricing equates to about $1,172, so expect the 64GB Pixel 4 to have an RRP of at least $1,249. But, what do we make out of this for the price in Europe and USA market? Even as Google has disclosed some key features of the new flagship phone, more new details about Pixel 4 have surfaced online.

When the Pixel 4 is likely to cost much more, that makes these deals considerably sweeter if you're looking for an official Google phone without the frills. And it's not good news. The Pixel 4 with 128GB of storage and Pixel 4 XL with 64GB of storage will have the same price tag in Canada, both will cost CAD$1,199.95 ($900). However, don't get your hopes up yet. Google's most recent phones, Pixel 3 Series are doing well in the Market.

Similarly, the leaked pricing from Blass suggests Android fans could be forced to pay an extra $150 Canadian dollars if they want to double their storage. Surprisingly, both the images have a resolution of 4.5 MP which has a significantly lower resolution from the Pixel 3 that shot selfies in 8 MP resolution. For example, the handset is said to have a 90Hz display, a new facial unlocking system, and a dual-camera system housed in a new square module.

The voice interaction will require to take place right after you raise the phone, apparently, and the essential voice match processing is carried out on the gadget itself- so other people will not have the ability to get at the feature simply by selecting your phone up.

Pixel 4 Display & Design: All Same?

Google Pixel 4 series will come with Soli, a radar-based motion sensing chip, to power air gesture features.

And then there's the camera. Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will reportedly come with 5.7-inch and 6.3-inch AMOLED display respectively. It's time for Google to make a movement.

The outlet says the new Google Assistant is first launching in the United States on the new Pixel phones, but adds that it's also "coming soon" to Canada, Singapore, and the UK.

As always, Express.co.uk will be covering proceedings live.

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