Google Pixel 4: a new leak confirms the three colors and the price

Pixel 4

The leaks about the future flagship of Google is not stopping. Last week, two Vietnamese videos featured prototypes of the Google Pixel 4 XL. They highlight its design, the colors available and some of its features, including adjusting the refresh rate and the color of the screen depending on the light environment. Today, a new leak confirms the rumors and even gives its price in Ireland.

Google Pixel 4 and 4XL price in Europe

An Irish retailer reveals on its website the different models, the colors available, as well as their selling price. The Pixel 4 and 4 XL will be available in three colors: white, black and orange, with a storage space of 64 or 128 GB. But it is the information concerning its price that is most interesting. In Ireland and probably in the rest of Europe, the Pixel 4 64 GB will coast 820€ (about $900) and 940€ (about $1000) for its 128 GB version. Regarding the 4 XL 128 GB, it will cost 1126€ (about $1240). If these prices are confirmed, the new Google Pixels would be slightly more expensive than its predecessor.

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The site also lists the Nest Mini’s price to replace the Home Mini connected speaker. It will be marketed at €60 (about $66) in two colors, the same price as the previous version.

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  1. kevin cassell
    September 22, 2019

    I think Google are slightly deluded and misunderstood about why these other companies charge in excess of 1000 for their devices. Especially when they’re creating such ugly devices. They need to switch up their design team then maybe they can warrant more. Until then they shouldn’t be charging more than 750-800 in my opinion. Ah well what do I know 🤨

    • davis17
      September 22, 2019

      I think apple fanatics are so entranced by the apple brand that they get sucked into all the hype for nothing better but paying premiums for something not worth the extra.

  2. Peter Bnnn
    September 22, 2019

    Especially when the new iPhone is now 700$

    • davis17
      September 22, 2019

      Wrong, apples new “budget” model is $700. If you compare flagship to flagship the iPhone 11 pro for $1000 vs the pixel 4 at $900 the pixel is cheaper. Those are the level playing fields and Pixel is still the better phone. And iPhone 11 max pro is $1100 vs Pixel 4 XL at $1000. If you want to compare iPhone 11 at $700 that would be if the Pixel 4 came out with a budget version like it did with the Pixel 3a at $400. So don’t try and compare apples “budget” model to the pixels flagship. Doesn’t even come close!

    • Romeo9594
      September 22, 2019

      Wrong. Apple’s budget model is the iPhone 8. Literally the whole reason they kept it around

    • Peter Bnnn
      September 22, 2019

      I find that the optimization of the iPhone will make this phone a much smoother experience than basically any other phone as Apple has proved. Not apple fanboy proud S9 owner

    • Pixel_fan
      September 23, 2019

      Are u dum

    • Cyril Dieudonne
      September 23, 2019


  3. Cyril Dieudonne
    September 23, 2019

    lolololol so that’s it. We entered the era where pricing doesn’t matter anymore. A company can produce a smartphone, which is basically the same as any other, maybe a bit better in this department, a bit less in that department… but overall… still is a smartphone. Since when is it ok to spend that much money in a so versatile but yet limited device? You drop it, you lose it. When phones reached 400€ I was amazed to see people jumping on them. Then went to 500€, people started to complain, reached 600, people started to cry, then 800€, 900€, 1000€, now it goes beyond 1100€… Wtf… for slightly improved devices… a bit of a better camera here, a better picture there, a bit more ram… and eventually, in 2 years, the embded battery will die, and will have to buy a new one again. hundreds of euros spent every year for smartphones. Soon will be more expensive than medicare plans… ridiculous.