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Google Pixel 4 - 64 GB (Just Black or Cleary White) Currys eBay - £499
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Google Pixel 4 - 64 GB (Just Black or Cleary White) Currys eBay - £499

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Posted 12th Feb

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£499 for brand new from a UK store from Currys, Currys eBay or carphonewarehouse.

+£120 for 128GB model.
+£180 for 64GB XL model.
+£280 for 128GB XL model.


Key Features

More screen for your entertainment

If you love to game, stream and scroll - do it on the Google Pixel 4. Everything looks fantastic on the bright and colourful 5.7” pOLED touchscreen. So go on then, give it a swipe.

Studio-quality photos, even at night

Want to snap an amazing shot of the NYC skyline? The wide and telephoto dual main cameras have you covered. And you can get the perfect in-the-club selfies for your night out thanks to the fantastic low light-capabilities. It's so good in fact, it can even capture the Milky Way.

Wave to switch songs

Using Quick Gestures, you can create a gesture to skip to the next song or snooze an alarm without touching your phone. Great for if you're eating and don't want to get your screen greasy.

An Assistant of your own

Your daily tasks just got that little bit simpler. Google Assistant is here to give you hand, whether you want to send a text, get directions to a friend's house or set yourself a reminder to buy some milk. All you have to do is give your Pixel 4 a squeeze or ask, “Hey Google.”

A battery that will last

Leave the charger at home. With a battery lasting up to 24 hours, the Pixel 4 lets you keep going all day long. To save you some juice, the adaptive battery learns which apps you love and reduces the power on the ones you only use occasionally. Clever.



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As a massive google/pixel user since the nexus 4 owning every device since. I can honestly recommend you not to buy this phone. The battery is very poor, the 90hz screen is poorly implemented and there is way more value for money available.
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If it wasn't for the battery concerns I'd be all over this. Pixel 3A user at the moment
As a massive google/pixel user since the nexus 4 owning every device since. I can honestly recommend you not to buy this phone. The battery is very poor, the 90hz screen is poorly implemented and there is way more value for money available.
moneybanks1412/02/2020 13:36

As a massive google/pixel user since the nexus 4 owning every device …As a massive google/pixel user since the nexus 4 owning every device since. I can honestly recommend you not to buy this phone. The battery is very poor, the 90hz screen is poorly implemented and there is way more value for money available.


Thanks for your input. I'm the same, in two minds whether to try the P4. What would you recommend? OP 7t?
Got the pixel 4 XL. One hell of a phone battery is decent lasts nearly a full day with heavy usage. Stock android is the way to go. No bloatware and fast updates. 90hz is on majority of the time unlike the smaller pixel.
x7RK12/02/2020 13:39

Thanks for your input. I'm the same, in two minds whether to try the P4. …Thanks for your input. I'm the same, in two minds whether to try the P4. What would you recommend? OP 7t?


Depends what you are after, im currently using samsung s10+, have a huawei mate 20 pro and a huawei mate 20x 5g.

What is your budget?
Not sure what battery life people want/expect from a phone if the Pixel 4's battery life is bad. I get over 5 hours of screen on time combined with over 24 hours of uptime. More than enough for me.
Have the banks etc.. started trusting / using the facial ID yet?
quillrat12/02/2020 14:36

Not sure what battery life people want/expect from a phone if the Pixel …Not sure what battery life people want/expect from a phone if the Pixel 4's battery life is bad. I get over 5 hours of screen on time combined with over 24 hours of uptime. More than enough for me.


Nice! Is that on the standard or the XL? And have you disabled the 90hz or the radar stuff to achieve that?
Edited by: "x7RK" 12th Feb
x7RK12/02/2020 14:49

Nice! Is that on the standard or the XL? And have you disabled the 90hz or …Nice! Is that on the standard or the XL? And have you disabled the 90hz or the radar stuff to achieve that?


Standard, and nothing is disabled - 90hz and radar still on.
quillrat12/02/2020 14:50

Standard, and nothing is disabled - 90hz and radar still on.


No finger print scanner is a turn off as well, Google really need to up their game for the pixel 5. Hugely dissapointed with the pixel 4 for what it costs.
moneybanks1412/02/2020 14:57

No finger print scanner is a turn off as well, Google really need to up …No finger print scanner is a turn off as well, Google really need to up their game for the pixel 5. Hugely dissapointed with the pixel 4 for what it costs.


I thought I'd miss it, but I really don't. Face unlock works really well, and as soon as I look at the phone it unlocks. It is disappointing that more developers haven't added support for face unlock but it isn't too much of an inconvenience. More than happy with the phone.
I would bite at 400.
vraxxos12/02/2020 18:10

I would bite at 400.


You can get a grade b from cex for £380.

If you know someone in the emergency services with a blue light card, they can buy currys vouchers and save 6.5%. So on £500 it would could £467. And quidco will give you £5 cashback. Getting closer
Edited by: "x7RK" 12th Feb
quillrat12/02/2020 15:02

I thought I'd miss it, but I really don't. Face unlock works really well, …I thought I'd miss it, but I really don't. Face unlock works really well, and as soon as I look at the phone it unlocks. It is disappointing that more developers haven't added support for face unlock but it isn't too much of an inconvenience. More than happy with the phone.


The problem isn't unlocking the phone, it's the lack of compatibility with many apps. I use the fingerprint scanner to protect quite a few different app logins and this phone doesn't support them all. I'm used to using the fingerprint unlock there's no way I'm going back to logging in with a user/password and/or PIN.
moneybanks1412/02/2020 13:36

As a massive google/pixel user since the nexus 4 owning every device …As a massive google/pixel user since the nexus 4 owning every device since. I can honestly recommend you not to buy this phone. The battery is very poor, the 90hz screen is poorly implemented and there is way more value for money available.


I had the same thoughts. Loved the 3Xl and was excited for this. But was so disappointed at the specs, now on a OnePlus 7t and it so much better value for money
lidds12/02/2020 20:06

I had the same thoughts. Loved the 3Xl and was excited for this. But was …I had the same thoughts. Loved the 3Xl and was excited for this. But was so disappointed at the specs, now on a OnePlus 7t and it so much better value for money


It is but, still no wireless charging or headphone jack on that device so an s10+ is still the value. Hoping they nail this with the oneplus 8.
moneybanks1412/02/2020 20:20

It is but, still no wireless charging or headphone jack on that device so …It is but, still no wireless charging or headphone jack on that device so an s10+ is still the value. Hoping they nail this with the oneplus 8.


Looks like the oneplus 8 will deffo have wireless charging, (Not that i would use it myself)
lidds12/02/2020 20:25

Looks like the oneplus 8 will deffo have wireless charging, (Not that i …Looks like the oneplus 8 will deffo have wireless charging, (Not that i would use it myself)


It has its pros once you actually become used to using it.
Think you may mean Clearly White...
I need to change phones from my oneplus 5T. All I do is Spotify,Web, camera, WhatsApp, would I be better off getting the 3a
HalCapone13/02/2020 08:18

I need to change phones from my oneplus 5T. All I do is Spotify,Web, …I need to change phones from my oneplus 5T. All I do is Spotify,Web, camera, WhatsApp, would I be better off getting the 3a


If you're not bothered about the P4's added features then yeh I would say so, you'd save a few quid.
x7RK13/02/2020 09:54

If you're not bothered about the P4's added features then yeh I would say …If you're not bothered about the P4's added features then yeh I would say so, you'd save a few quid.



Thanks for the help.Na I really don't do much on my phone at all and when I do take pics I just want to point and shoot nothing fancy.
HalCapone13/02/2020 10:03

Thanks for the help.Na I really don't do much on my phone at all and when …Thanks for the help.Na I really don't do much on my phone at all and when I do take pics I just want to point and shoot nothing fancy.


Yeh I'd go for a 3 or 3a then bud, XL model if you want a bigger screen and battery.
fishmaster12/02/2020 19:45

The problem isn't unlocking the phone, it's the lack of compatibility with …The problem isn't unlocking the phone, it's the lack of compatibility with many apps. I use the fingerprint scanner to protect quite a few different app logins and this phone doesn't support them all. I'm used to using the fingerprint unlock there's no way I'm going back to logging in with a user/password and/or PIN.


This, 100x this. Blaming the developers (as others have done) is hardly fair - Google gave them little time to adopt the new API and most are reluctant to do so given the very low volumes the Pixel sells in coupled with Google's ADHD approach to software that see's them adding and dropping functionality on a whim.

Google didn't just drop the ball with the Pixel, they actively threw it at their own goal.
Edited by: "KingBurger" 13th Feb
KingBurger13/02/2020 12:16

This, 100x this. Blaming the developers (as others have done) is hardly …This, 100x this. Blaming the developers (as others have done) is hardly fair - Google gave them little time to adopt the new API and most are reluctant to do so given the very low volumes the Pixel sells in coupled with Google's ADHD approach to software that see's them adding and dropping functionality on a whim. Google didn't just drop the ball with the Pixel, they actively threw it at their own goal.


Well said, sir.
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