Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Rumored To Be Coming Early Next Year With Better Features

Daphne Planca
3:10 PM

Various Android smartphones are available right now or coming soon. Among these devices are the Google Pixel 3 XL, the Samsung Galaxy S10, or the current OnePlus 6T. The competition is becoming stronger nowadays. The displays are getting bigger, and the bezels are tiny with built-in cameras inside notches or no notches at all.

According to GottaBeMobile, the tech company Google is reportedly in works on brand new Pixel phones for next year. Those will likely be the Google Pixel 4 and a bigger Google Pixel 4 XL. These devices are expected to be released sometime 8 to 10 months from now. Many rumors and speculations pointed out to many probable details.

The company is recently using codenames for two unreleased unknown devices in the latest ARCore updates. The names seemed to be intended for a launch at a later time, possibly early 2019. The first device that is likely the Google Pixel 4 or the Pixel 3 Lite or another product could be codenamed “Sargo.” This codename follows the company’s fish-based naming convention internally. It comes from a big white fish.

Meanwhile, the second device is named “Bonito” and fits the mid-range category, the Google Pixel 4 XL. The well-known tech scooper Roland Quandt originally leaked this Snapdragon 710-powered phone. To those who aren’t aware, the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are known as “Blueline” and the Pixel 3 XL as “Crosshatch.” The original Pixel is known as Sailfish and Marlin.

Even if the company is still new in making hardware and phones, they have made big improvements notably with the current Google Pixel 3/3XL that comes with a huge vibrant display, outstanding battery life, doubled storage, excellent performance, and a high-end camera with AI features. So, the upcoming devices will ditch some features like the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner to give way to an optical sensor under the screen. They are expected to be better than the current lineup.

So, are you willing to wait for the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL? Let us know by writing in the comment section below.

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