Google has just teased what the Pixel 4 will look like; unofficially we can say it rather confirmed the earlier leaks were indeed real. While the launch is expected to be in this fall, well known tipster Evan Blass has leaked the American Carrier Verizon’s Marketing Calendar suggesting us when to expect the launch of the most anticipated phones of this year, which also includes the confirmed Google Pixel 4 as well.
The tipster had taken Twitter to showcase Verizon’s roadmap that indicates what smartphones launch to expect in the coming months. Firstly, the calendar reveals us the launch months starting from May, where it showcases the Pixel 3a launch, which had already happened during the same month this year. Further, the next predominant flagship phone would be in the August of this year, meaning we could expect the launch of next flagship from Samsung — the Galaxy Note 10 and the expected Galaxy Note 10 Pro as well. Going by the calendar image, we can see the Note 10 launch sometime in the last weeks of August this year.
Also, the much-anticipated trio of iPhones, which are technically the successors of the current iPhone XS, XS Max and the iPhone XR line-up are expected to launch in September in the last weeks of the month similar to the Galaxy Note 10 series in the last weeks of August. Henceforth according to the Verizon’s marketing roadmap, there might be a 30-day span between the flagship series of Samsung and Apple.
Similarly, in the month of October, we can expect the launch of the already confirmed and teased Google Pixel 4 smartphone somewhere in the midst of the month. Here, we can expect the anticipated Google Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL flagship smartphones along with the official rollout of Android Q as well.
There are several speculations of leaks on the web already suggesting on what to expect from these upcoming flagship smartphones of what new features and hardware they have to offer. A point to be considered is that the Verizon roadmap doesn’t clarify whether the showcased timeline is of the launch events or the launch dates of the phones itself since usually, the phones start to ship after a week of the launch event. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.
(Featured image is the official teased image of the Google Pixel 4)