Not only did Google have to admit that it needed more cameras on the back of the phone to improve photography, but the Pixel 4 is the latest Android handset - and the most important one - to replicate one of the most important iPhone features in recent years. And there's no USB-C to 3.5mm adapter in the box, either, which means that even if you have a pair of 3.5mm headphones lying around, you'll still need to buy a new adapter, or find your old one (good luck with that). Now, dependable leakster Ishan Agarwal has shared media releases of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL instances. Local pre-orders are opening up now, with availability starting October 24.
You don't have to pick up the Pixel 4 directly from Google either - the offer applies to a bunch of qualifying retailers, including EE, Carphone Warehouse, Currys PC World, Vodafone, Three, Argos, Harrods, Selfridges, and John Lewis and Partners, amongst others. No matter which one you choose, you'll also nab yourself a totally free $100 Amazon gift card.
The app will still be available for existing Daydream users, but they shouldn't expect support for it.
Individuals tied to Giuliani probe to appear before judge in NY court
In recent days a federal grand jury in the Southern District of NY sent a subpoena to Sessions for documents and records. David Correia and Andrey Kukushkin are expected to make a federal court appearance Thursday afternoon in Manhattan.
AT&T is offering a similar deal as T-Mobile, and AT&T is accepting a wider range of phones from various makers including Apple, Samsung, and LG. Worse still, Google has gotten rid of the fingerprint scanner on the Pixel 4, meaning there's no alternative biometric security option.
What that is: You can't squeeze the hardware of a 600mm f/4.5-5.6 zoom lens into your phone. It has a much larger battery, also a larger display. In the case of the Pixel 4, Google told the BBC that the Face Unlock feature wouldn't be fooled by photos or masks.