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Google reveals that its Pixel 4 lineup launch date is set for October 15

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Google Pixel 4 launch event

We have seen plenty of leaks and reports regarding the Google Pixel 4 lineup. You might also be aware that someone in Vietnam has gotten hold of a real Pixel 4 and he is leaking anything and everything out of the device. One of the things that we did not see, however, was the launch date of Google’s Pixel 4 lineup. Now, we have that as well since Google has officially sent out invites to the press regarding its upcoming ‘Made by Google’ event which will take place in New York. Google mentions that this event will take place on October 15 and it will be live-streamed as usual.

Talking about the event, we obviously expect the Google Pixel 4 lineup including the Google Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL to be unveiled at this event. Apart from that, there are reports that Google will unveil its Chromebook-powered Pixelbook 2 as well. Apart from that, there are not a lot of products that have been leaked but we also expect the next version of Chromecast to be revealed by the company.

As far as the Google Pixel 4 is concerned, we can definitely say that it will come with great camera features and we expect it to be the best in terms of camera performance even ahead of the latest iPhone 11 series. On the other hand, the Google Pixel 4 series will also have more RAM, more battery as well as additional features.

For the first time, we are going to see Google Pixel 4 smartphones running on 6GB RAM and more. Apart from that, Google is also expected to include a 90Hz refresh rate display on the devices which should make the devices respond much faster. While there is no mention regarding the price of Pixel 4 from Google, we expect them to be priced at around the $699 mark when it comes to the smaller Pixel 4 while the Pixel 4 XL may start at $799.

Mike loves sharing his ideas on technology, smartphones, and gadgets on Ontechedge. With a diploma in Computer Science, Mike is passionate about apps, programming, and does a lot of freelance testing for iOS developers. He also works with FMS marketing for their tech clients. You can connect with him at [email protected]

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