On October 15th, Google will unveil the Pixel 4 and 4 XL, and just three days before the official launch, these fourth-gen pixels are spotted on Best Buy Canada’s website with their photos and specifications.
The pictures we see here don’t reveal anything new and show the versions of Just Black and Simply White we’ve seen before.
The page, though, contains the promo content, which promises us that the Pixel 4 app can help us take studio-like pictures everywhere. It also stresses that taking pictures with the Pixel 4 is easy-just point and shoot. There’s “nothing new to learn and no editing needed.”
The promo material also shows that Quick Gestures will come with Pixel 4, which will help you to do stuff without touching the screen. The content further reports free initial quality backup for Pixel 4 users on Google Photos.
The listing also includes a specs comparison between the Pixel 4 duo and the Pixel 3 XL, and the specs leaked last week are corroborated. It should be remembered, though, that the specs table only contains Face Unlock for encryption, indicating that Google cancels the fingerprint reader on the Pixel 4 and 4 XL screen. To be sure, we’ll have to wait until next Tuesday.
You can pre-order the Pixel 4 or 4 XL 64 GB version for CAD50 ($40/€30) if you are interested by going to the origin page below.