We’re just a few weeks away from the launch of the Pixel lineup for 2019. How do we know this you ask? Well, FCC listings for the upcoming Pixel devices are now out and they all hint at 4 variants of the phone!
Usually, Google sticks to just one variant for each model of their line-up. This time however it seems like Google will be launching two storage variants for both the Pixel 4 and 4 XL. We can also observe that some of the frequency bands listed seem similar to 5G bands for Verizon, thereby hinting at a possible 5G variant of this much hyped phone.
FCC listings have revealed the model numbers for the 4 variants (G020I, G020J, G020MN and G020PQ) which are similar to the model numbers of the recently launched Pixel 3 XL.
The 4 and 4 XL will most definitely run Android 10 out of the box as the update has started reaching earlier Pixel variants as we write this article. 90 Hz display panels will most likely be standard across the XL range with the baseline sporting a full-HD OLED panel.
Amongst other features such as dual cameras, Google will be premiering its Motion-Sense technology for their future offerings, thereby offering you an unique way to interact with your phone on the fly. We have our fingers crossed that this doesn’t turn out to be a gimmick.