Information about Google Pixel 4 continues to leak into the internet. The latest leaked news is pretty much a legit one, as the information about the chipset used by Pixel 4 is directly provided by Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon.
Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon recently congratulated Google on the announcement of their new device, Pixel 4, powered by Snapdragon 855. He even thanked Google for their partnership.
Qualcomm President’s Tweet that Leaked the Info
“Congrats to my friends @Google on the announcement of their beautiful, new # Pixel4 phone powered by #Snapdragon 855. Thank you for a great partnership. #Madebygoogle,” Amon tweet quoted from Phone Arena, Tuesday (10/15/2019) ).
Unfortunately, the intended tweet was deleted in an effort to minimize its impact before today’s announcement. Luckily, Qualcomm executive follower and fellow Twitter users had quickly screenshotted the evidence before it got deleted.
Amon’s tweets actually don’t really confirm anything new. But, at least strengthen the leaked reports that preceded it.
Reports indicate the main chipset will be accompanied by 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage space. Although the 128 GB version is also expected to be made by Google.
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are expected to be available for pre-order after launching today at 10:00 EDT or 21.00 WIB. Deliveries will probably start on Friday, October 25 and price starts from 799 US dollars.