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First look at the Pixel 4: Google confirms the phone, features face unlock too

por Tera Edgell (2021-02-13)


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Angela Lang/CNET With Apple launching its iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max on Tuesday and Samsung already selling its Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus phones, it's time for Google to step up. Anticipated to launch in October, Google's next flagship phones, the Pixel 4 and 4 XL, are crucial for the company. True, Google's most recent phones, 온라인카지노순위 the midrange Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL, are doing well. It doubled Pixel sales and continues to impress users with its camera, and CNET editor Daniel Van Boom called it the most important phone of 2019.

But last year's Pixel 3 and 3 XL didn't sell as well, despite their exceptional cameras and critical acclaim. This could be because the phones are exclusive to Verizon (though they work on other US carriers), plus the fact that people in general aren't buying phones  as much as they used to. The phones are also expensive, unlike the Pixel 3A phones. There have been reported issues with the Pixel 3's performance too (although we at CNET haven't experienced them personally), and the company just settled a class-action lawsuit that will pay out $500 apiece to owners of the first Pixel phone.

Now playing: Watch this: Google spills the beans on the Pixel 4 7:21 More than ever, however, we have a better understanding of what Google's next flagship phones will be capable of. On Aug. 7, the company released the sixth and final beta update for Android Q, now officially known as Android 10. In addition to software, Google unexpectedly "leaked" an official image of the Pixel 4 in June, and then later threw another curve ball by releasing a video on YouTube about the phone's face unlock and motion-sensing capabilities.

The Pixel 4 and 4 XL will serve as Google's ultimate take on its mobile OS, which is also the most popular OS in the world, and the phones must stand out, not only from the Apple iPhone but other Android rivals, such as those from Samsung. Right now we are about a month away from its release, so in the meantime, read on to see what has been speculated so far and check back as we update this piece with interesting rumors as they arise.