Google Discontinues the Pixel 4

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The move comes shortly after the company launched Pixel 4a in the US.

What is particularly unusual is that the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have been discontinued by Google just less than a year after their launch.

This isn't the first tease that we've received about a foldable Google Pixel device, but sure it is a solid one.

According to a report by The Verge, the company has confirmed that the devices will now be available till stocks last that to through partner channels. The handset, which has been priced at $349 in the U.S., is also known to come to India in October later this year.

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Both the devices never returned in stock on the Google store in the United States, while a few of the variants are still available in some regions.

What's more interesting is the fact that the lineup is not even a year old. To recall, the Pixel 4 lineup was launched in October 2019.

San Francisco, Aug 7 (SocialNews.XYZ) Google has officially discontinued the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones in the USA and some other regions. Considering it's a flagship device, it's not that common for a device to see the end of the sale within a year. Stating that there is no need for a foldable phone right now due to the demand volume of the foldable smartphone market, Queiroz said, "There is no need for a foldable phone right now". Along with the Pixel 5 with 5G, the company will launch in the fall a Pixel 4A 5G. The reviews posted by customers revealed that Pixel 4 has poor battery life. It is expected that both the devices might not launch in the Indian market.

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