The Google Pixel 4 will be officially revealed on October 15th
The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have been the subject of a ridiculous number of leaks lately. Finally, the devices will become more official next month. I say “more” official because Google actually surprised everyone and confirmed their existence way back in June. We finally know the date of the announcement, though, as Google is inviting members of the media to an event on October 15th.
The event will be held in New York City on October 15th at 10 AM EST. Google has already scheduled the live stream so you can set a reminder now. The Pixel 4/4 XL are the obvious devices expected, but they likely won’t be the only ones. At last year’s Made by Google event, for example, we saw the Pixel 3/Pixel 3 XL, Pixel Slate, Google Home Hub (now called the Nest Hub), and a new slightly revamped Chromecast.
As for the Pixel 4, we know almost everything there is to know. It will have two cameras on the back, be available in three colors (Black, White, Orange/Coral), have a 90Hz display, new and improved Face Unlock, more features in the Google Camera app, Soli radar-powered “Motion Sense” gestures, and much more. There are so many rumored features that the actual hardware specifications have taken a back seat (those are looking good, too).
We’re sure there will be plenty more leaks from now until October 15th, but soon we can put it all to rest. The 4th Pixel generation is coming soon.