A few days after the Pixel 4 was leaked, Google gets out in front and shows us the phone.

We started the week trying to make out whether the leaked images from @OnLeaks and @Pricebaba of the Pixel 4 were really legit. We have seen leaks come and go, and being it had a similar look to the iPhone 11, I was taking the leak at a grain of salt. But then Unbox Therapy had a few case mock ups practically confirming the images, and at that point it was seeming like this could very well be the new design.

Screenshot 2019-06-12 at 15.35.42.png

Then Google took to Twitter and posted a picture of the Pixel 4. And despite all the tough talk I posted a few days ago, I have to admit I am geeking out. At this point I am already in line to buy this phone. When it come to Google hardware I have to admit to being a straight up fanboy. Will I criticize them if the specs are lacking, yup. But Google has my attention more than any other phone manufacturer, despite it falling behind in the specs department.

Personally I am hoping Google pack this thing with the specs we have been asking for. I personally want Google to offer a 8GB and 10 GB version with 128GB of storage and 256GB. But knowing they own all this cloud storage they are trying to sell, I expect that we could see potentially 4 models, Pixel 4 6GB of RAM model and 64 GB storage, Pixel 4 8GB of RAM 128 GB storage, Pixel 4XL 6GB of RAM 128 GB model, and Pixel 4XL 8 GB of  RAM 128GB model. And I am expecting the maxed out price tag to be $1040.

We will continue to bring you more Pixel 4 news as it breaks.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

You May Also Like

Suffering battery issues on your One Plus 6t, well you’re not the only one

I have continually praised the One Plus 6t for being the phone…

My thoughts on Take-Two CEO’s ZOOM call about Stadia

  In this video, I discussed my thoughts on the ZOOM call…

Don’t settle for those low ball trade-in programs, get the most for your device

A few weeks ago I was looking to upgrade from the One…