Google’s latest Pixel phones have a new industrial design, improved cameras, 90Hz displays and a slew of unique features like live video captioning. By Patrick Holland October 15, 2019 8:08 AM PDT Leer en español Follow this topic to get notifications about new stories Mobile It’s official: Google on Tuesday formally announced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Finally! The Pixel 4 is one of the most leaked phones in recent memory. In fact, Google itself teased a photo it and the 4 XL back in June on Twitter. The new Pixel phones pack dual rear cameras, a 90Hz display, radar-powered face unlock and a slew of unique features like car crash detection and live video captioning. The Pixel 4 starts at $799 (£669) for a 64GB version and $899 (£829) for the Pixel 4 XL. Both are available in black, white or orange, which Google calls “Oh So Orange.” You can upgrade either phone to 128GB for $100 more. (This option is US-only.) Preorders are live and the phones ship starting Oct. 24. And for the first time, you can buy the Pixel 4 directly from all major US carriers. While it’s Google’s turn to take the phone spotlight, the… Read full this story
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