Google’s Pixel 4, the smarpthone that just doesn’t seem to stop leaking. We’re a mere day away from the official launch and some new information, revealed to 9to5Google by a Best Buy employee, has now surfaced online.
The anonymous employee revealed, to begin with that the Pixel 4Xl sold via Verizon and Sprint will cost $999. It’s unknown which variant of the phone this price tag is attached to. However, if true, this would mean that the Pixel will see a $100 increase in price from its predecessor, the Pixel 3XL.
Another leak comes from Reddit and it shows the retail box for the “Just Black” variant. The rear panel of the phone is seen on the lid of the box: it shows the smartphone with a square camera setup, confirming previous Pixel 4 leaks.
On the back, the specs state that the smartphone has a 5.7 inch display and 64GB of storage, which also falls in line with previously leaked information.
According to that same box, the Pixel 4 will come alongside an 18W USB-C power adapter, a charging cable, and a Quick Switch Adapter. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like a pair of headphones or a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter will make an appearance in the box bundle.
The Pixel 4 series will launch tomorrow so we’ll know exactly which of these leaks were correct then.