The Google Pixel 4 is almost upon us, with it established to launch on October 15, and though we’re expecting to see the Pixel 4 and 4 XL, it seems like there could be a third handset on the cards as properly – the Google Pixel 4 5G.

That is according to Japanese news internet site Nikkei Asian Review, which states an market supply advised the publication that Google is testing a 5G handset that will be shown off at the October 15 event alongside the two new telephones, a smartwatch and a notebook.

When the smartwatch and notebook are big news in their individual techniques, it is really the 5G cell phone which is really intriguing – along with Apple, Google is a person of the several organizations that hasn’t entered the 5G race nevertheless, whilst it could be about to.

Only a exam?

That claimed, the resources condition the Google Pixel 4 5G is in ‘test production’ whilst the 4G handsets are in comprehensive manufacturing. This signifies we may well not see the following-gen gadget launch at the identical time as the major Pixel 4 and 4XL.

For now, this is just a leak and not verified by any usually means – but Nikkei has acquired stuff suitable ahead of, most recently predicting the Nintendo Switch Lite right before that was announced, so it truly is really worth bearing in mind.

If precedents from other makers are adopted, the Google Pixel 4 5G could be virtually equivalent to the Pixel 4 XL, but with the following era of connectivity – a tactic used by Oppo, Samsung and Huawei to enhance higher-finish telephones to 5G.

Having said that we’ve also listened to a rumor that the product will be the Google Pixel 4 XL 5G, and it’s going to be a lot more effective than the other devices. That’s somewhat of a tongue-tornado name, while.

We are going to locate out possibly way occur Oct 15, when Google hosts its Pixel 4 occasion. TechRadar will be on the ground, reporting dwell to carry you information, fingers on testimonials and assessment, so check out back again then for all the latest smartphone information.

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