Google is launching a Pixel 4. Haven’t you heard? Everyone has by now. It’s the most leaked phone of the year. What hasn’t quite leaked is where the device will be sold, and for how much. For US customers who are beholden to carriers, a new report brings a glimmer of hope.
For the first time, Google will sell its Pixel line at AT&T starting with the Pixel 4 and 4 XL.The report comes from PhoneArena, who were sent a tip of an internal AT&T seed test. The firm wants to hand out Pixel devices to workers so they can gain experience of using the device and learn to ‘champion’ then for curious consumers.
The Pixel was first limited to Verizon at its initial launch, but it has since spread to T-Mobile and Sprint. With ATT on board, Google may be gearing up for a big push of the Pixel line in the US.
Google’s Pixel 4 is expected to launch on October 15 alongside the PixelBook Go and updates to its Nest Smart Home devices.