on 22-07-2019 10:31
We now have some detailed renders of the smaller pixel, once again courtesy of @OnLeaks after posting a batch of images of the Pixel 4 XL
The new renders are all about the regular Pixel 4, but there are a couple that give us a perspective of how bigger the XL would be. It shows three camera cutouts on the left - two for the regular cams and one for the advanced facial recognition sensor. The earpiece, which probably doubles as a loudspeaker is in the middle and then there's a mysterious big hole in the upper right corner.
Rumor has it, Google will finally be implementing Project Soli into its hardware. That's a radar-based tech that can track fine and precise movements and gestures. It was first introduced at Google I/O in 2015. We are yet to see what this is all about.
on 25-07-2019 09:41
Thanks for sharing this @TheGreyApe - I had never heard of Project Soli before, but I can see how it could be very useful!
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on 16-10-2019 12:39
We're not ranging the new Google Pixel 4 devices I'm afraid. We work with our vendors and suppliers regularly to update the portfolio of devices we offer our customers, and we have a great range of other Android devices here, with other exciting devices coming soon.
on 24-10-2019 13:41
I am disappointed with the lack of OnePlus though - I was tempted to go for it this year but I'll have to wait til next year and leave o2 it seems to get a decent handset offering.
on 24-10-2019 13:44
Have you seen this offering ?
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone 8+ (EE)