128GB Google Pixel 3 XL for just $649.99, that's $350 off

Here's the first look of Upcoming Google Pixel 4 Smartphone: Leak

New renders of the phone have appeared on Pricebaba, giving fans a taster of what to expect.

The best of the bunch is the Not Pink version, which B&H is now selling for just US$649.99, US$49.01 cheaper than you would pay for the 64 GB version direct from Google. Yesterday's teardown of the Pixel 3a made us curious as to how the tech giant will improve further on the Pixel line.

The Pixel 4 is rumored to launch in October, and will likely run Android Q. It could also be bezel-less, have a hole-punch screen, have two back cameras for four cameras in total and improved dual-SIM capabilities. It might be possible that Google keeps glass for its flagships and turns to polycarbonate (plastic) builds for its future budget devices, presumably the Pixel 4a and 4a XL. The first thing you will notice is the square camera setup on the upper left part of the rear side. Anyway, B&H is now offering the Not Pink Pixel 3 XL for just $649.99, so if you can get over the color, you could have a shiny new Google phone on the cheap. Who will have the better square camera implementation Google or Apple?

The renders also show that that there will be two speaker grills at the bottom edges along with a USB Type-C port at the center. Surprisingly, there is no 3.5mm headphone jack. There are power and volume buttons in familiar places too, as well as no sign of a fingerprint reader (it's probably in the display).

Internals of the phone are still anyone's guess but Snapdragon's latest 855 SoC can be expected, along with a bump in RAM and other hardware specs.



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