Google Pixel 4 Smartphone, Android, 5.7", 4G LTE, SIM Free, 64GB, Clearly White - £499 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners
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Google Pixel 4 Smartphone, Android, 5.7", 4G LTE, SIM Free, 64GB, Clearly White - £499 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 17th May
It's a pixel

Created with a battery that will last up to 24 hours, depending on usage, an 8MP front camera, 16MP + 12.2MP rear lenses featuring impressive low-light capabilities and Google Assistant that can assist when planning your day, the Pixel 4 phone from Google, with Motion Sense technology has more ways to help enjoy life.
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Created with a battery that will last up to 24 hours, depending on usage, an 8MP front camera, 16MP + 12.2MP rear lenses featuring impressive low-light capabilities and Google Assistant that can assist when planning your day, the Pixel 4 phone from Google, with Motion Sense technology has more ways to help enjoy life.

Capable cameras
Snap some super selfies thanks to Pixel 4’s 8MP front camera and wait for the Likes and Up Arrows to roll in.

The phone’s rear 16MP + 12.2MP lenses will ensure you capture those magical moments. The 16MP camera features auto-focus with phase detection, optical and electronic image stabilisation, along with 52° field of view, whilst the 12.2MP camera features auto-focus with dual-pixel phase detection, optical and electronic image stabilisation, as well as 77° field of view.

Thanks to great low-light capabilities, the Pixel 4 can capture stunning night time shots – you can even capture the stars on a clear night.

Be immersed
Google Pixel 4 has a 5.7” OLED screen with an Always On option. Protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5, this phone’s display will be great for gaming sessions or checking out your social media account.

What is RAM?
RAM (Random Access Memory) is different to the permanent storage provided by hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) or memory cards in your equipment. RAM is used by your device to temporarily store data to carry out everyday operations. The more RAM your machine has, the faster you can expect it to open and run programs.

This device has 6GB of RAM.

Motion Sense
Motion Sense provides a new way to control your phone. Just gesture to change music tracks or turn your alarm to snooze, all without having to touch your device.

Hearing aid compatible
This device helpfully meets the hearing aid compatibility (HAC) requirements set by the FCC.

Google it
Google Assistant on the Pixel 4 will enable you to send texts, get directions and an even help to plan your day. Just squeeze the phone or say “Hey Google” to get started.

Great qualities
Pixel 4 has an IP68 dust and water protection rating – meaning there’s no need to panic if it starts to rain, whilst GPS will help guide you to your destinations.


What is SIM free?
You'll receive an unlocked device, so there’s no requirement to commit to any network, leaving you free to decide which SIM card / network to use. This gives you the opportunity to find the most suitable plan, whether that’s contract or pay-as-you-go, throughout the lifetime of the phone.


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Yes it’s a pixel but it’s a Pixel 4 unfortunately
hoping my pixel 2 xl lasts me until the Pixel 5 is out and has come down to a reasonable price.
Selling off ready for pixel 4a in June which looks likely to be a super handset if reviews are to be believed!
TypicalAsianFindingDeals18/05/2020 10:58

To think this RRP'd at £900. What a joke


It RRP'd at £669, 4XL was £829.

Also, with regards to the battery life: yes it's definitely on the low end of current flagship phones, but it's not like it's dramatically worse than every phone in recent memory. It quite happily gets me through the day for everything I use it for (browsing the web, Youtube, social stuff, messaging, music, using the camera here and there) even with 90hz always enabled. The Soli stuff does drain far too much battery but it's also an absolute pile of tosh that should be turned off immediately.
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Yes it’s a pixel but it’s a Pixel 4 unfortunately
Selling off ready for pixel 4a in June which looks likely to be a super handset if reviews are to be believed!
Ian_sanchez17/05/2020 16:03

Selling off ready for pixel 4a in June which looks likely to be a super …Selling off ready for pixel 4a in June which looks likely to be a super handset if reviews are to be believed!


Heat added as this is the cheapest from the reputable retailer like JL... Battery has improved a lot since the last update on these pixels...

true...it is just the waiting game on 4A...

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Edited by: "pentaya" 17th May
pentaya17/05/2020 16:15

Heat added as this is the cheapest from the reputable retailer like JL... …Heat added as this is the cheapest from the reputable retailer like JL... Battery has improved a lot since the last update on these pixels...true...it is just the waiting game on 4A...https://www.livemint.com/technology/tech-news/google-pixel-4a-could-be-much-cheaper-than-iphone-se-2020-11589693382151.htmlhttps://www.cnet.com/news/google-pixel-4a-and-pixel-4a-xl-rumors-5g-headphone-jack-release-date-android-11-more/


I’d wait a month imo, but if you need a phone now and want this pixel 4 above is correct. Pixel 4 will get cheaper and we will see what the pixel 4a is actually like next month.
Ian_sanchez17/05/2020 16:17

I’d wait a month imo, but if you need a phone now and want this pixel 4 a …I’d wait a month imo, but if you need a phone now and want this pixel 4 above is correct. Pixel 4 will get cheaper and we will see what the pixel 4a is actually like next month.


true.. instead of 4, personally I would go with 3A.
Great price from a trusted retailer. Worth paying a few quid more in case of warranty issues.
Slicker 4a please come with oled screen 🙏
LoveTV17/05/2020 17:09

Slicker 4a please come with oled screen 🙏



Leaks are saying the 4a will have an OLED FHD+ panel at 2340 x 1080.
Doesn’t the 4A come with a 600 series Snapdragon though?
Jameseh17/05/2020 18:40

Doesn’t the 4A come with a 600 series Snapdragon though?



4a will have a 730 Snapdragon according to the rumours.
Terrible battery life.

I like smaller phones and I knew there would be a compromise but it is awful on this phone.

I'm always near a charger so it's not a problem, but if you're not, stay away!
Edited by: "Sylvester88" 17th May
Horrendous battery life and screen scratches if you so much as breathe on it. Wouldn't recommend
hoping my pixel 2 xl lasts me until the Pixel 5 is out and has come down to a reasonable price.
You can get the black 64gb version from carphone warehouse for the same price but you can get 10% cash back from topcashback.
Edited by: "Skigs" 17th May
Ian_sanchez17/05/2020 16:03

Selling off ready for pixel 4a in June which looks likely to be a super …Selling off ready for pixel 4a in June which looks likely to be a super handset if reviews are to be believed!


Another case of Deja vu.
pentaya17/05/2020 16:19

true.. instead of 4, personally I would go with 3A.


What
realdeals18/05/2020 01:13

What


Yep. 4 isn’t that great. If you’re not specific to things, 3A is almost half the price to 4.
"Created with a battery that will last up to 24 hours, depending on usage"

I suppose leaving it at home on standby counts
To think this RRP'd at £900. What a joke
Yep, joke battery life. Price not bad. A lot of camera for the money.

Reminds me of the slughtly older iPhones, commonly with failing batteries, partly caused by using tiny batteries.
It would be ok if the battery was removable !

Saying that, the new iPhone SE comes off worse than this appalling thing for battery according to gsmarena. Google are copycats.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 18th May
TypicalAsianFindingDeals18/05/2020 10:58

To think this RRP'd at £900. What a joke


It RRP'd at £669, 4XL was £829.

Also, with regards to the battery life: yes it's definitely on the low end of current flagship phones, but it's not like it's dramatically worse than every phone in recent memory. It quite happily gets me through the day for everything I use it for (browsing the web, Youtube, social stuff, messaging, music, using the camera here and there) even with 90hz always enabled. The Soli stuff does drain far too much battery but it's also an absolute pile of tosh that should be turned off immediately.
DeadpanDan17/05/2020 20:23

hoping my pixel 2 xl lasts me until the Pixel 5 is out and has come down …hoping my pixel 2 xl lasts me until the Pixel 5 is out and has come down to a reasonable price.


still rocking a pixel xl (gen1), It has everything I want and with minimal use the battery last 2 days. I can't see myself upgrading till this bad boy dies, probably another 5 years....pixel 10!!!

Also never buy brand new anymore on mainstream electronics, just get it of ebay
The 4A rumours are sounding too good to be true, can't see it living up to the hype, they'll mess it up somewhere
Enterpart18/05/2020 13:34

isn't that common with all flagship android phones?


Yes but they don't drop to half price after only 6 months
pentaya18/05/2020 06:36

Yep. 4 isn’t that great. If you’re not specific to things, 3A is almost hal …Yep. 4 isn’t that great. If you’re not specific to things, 3A is almost half the price to 4.


And performance wise half the Phone, build quality wise half the Phone.
You only get what you pay for and the 3A is a middle of the road midranger when it comes to quality, the Pixel.4 is simply superior there is no denying that.

Owner bias it's a killer.
realdeals18/05/2020 22:27

And performance wise half the Phone, build quality wise half the Phone.You …And performance wise half the Phone, build quality wise half the Phone.You only get what you pay for and the 3A is a middle of the road midranger when it comes to quality, the Pixel.4 is simply superior there is no denying that.Owner bias it's a killer.


Inhave to deny this. 4 isn’t the flagship although google advertises it as...
Cheap hardware
Poor battery (it got better after last update)
Camera is ok.

Soecs re certainly NOT for a flagship.
DeadpanDan17/05/2020 20:23

hoping my pixel 2 xl lasts me until the Pixel 5 is out and has come down …hoping my pixel 2 xl lasts me until the Pixel 5 is out and has come down to a reasonable price.


I'm on the same path, had my hopes on the pixel 4 but then they announced the spec....
drapertron17/05/2020 19:39

Horrendous battery life and screen scratches if you so much as breathe on …Horrendous battery life and screen scratches if you so much as breathe on it. Wouldn't recommend


I managed to return mine. Within 30 minutes of opening the phone it had large deep scratches on - i didn't even leave the living room!!
I don't see why they would make a better cheaper version with the 4a, all that said this is a tempting phone but then you look at battery life and the nonsense at the top that no one uses and everyone agrees just wait to see what they do with the 4a and the 5. I suspect all the leaks of a much better phone are the 5 as Google are good at disappointment with these phone lines
Sorry, I have looked, honest... but nothing conclusive. Do all Pixel phones / any Pixel models still have unlimited cloud photo storage at original quality and are there any restrictions, as this would be a big bonus? I thought I read they'd stopped this / limited it. Looking at the 3A for the Mrs with the decent camera. She doesn't game, and mainly just seems to look at the Mail's sidebar of shame and take lots of pics, oh, and make a phone-call once in a blue moon.
pentaya19/05/2020 07:23

Inhave to deny this. 4 isn’t the flagship although google advertises it a …Inhave to deny this. 4 isn’t the flagship although google advertises it as...Cheap hardwarePoor battery (it got better after last update)Camera is ok.Soecs re certainly NOT for a flagship.


You can deny what you want but flagship level specs make it a flagship, just like the 2018 soc inside the 3A makes it a middle of the road midranger.
If the hardware in the Pixel 4 is cheap then that is definately the case for the 3A with SD675, emmc5.1, when top midranger are using 700 series soc's and UFS storage.
Really wanted the Pixel line to be good but after the 2xl went back to iPhone. Was the only other manufacturer that has the potential to control both the hardware and software for a good experience but they F it up every year....disappointing
_saeed_17/05/2020 16:01

Yes it’s a pixel but it’s a Pixel 4 unfortunately


Terrible reviews unfortunately. Used to be a massive fan of the Pixels but I’ve gone back over to iOS.
obwan201419/05/2020 08:44

Sorry, I have looked, honest... but nothing conclusive. Do all Pixel …Sorry, I have looked, honest... but nothing conclusive. Do all Pixel phones / any Pixel models still have unlimited cloud photo storage at original quality and are there any restrictions, as this would be a big bonus? I thought I read they'd stopped this / limited it. Looking at the 3A for the Mrs with the decent camera. She doesn't game, and mainly just seems to look at the Mail's sidebar of shame and take lots of pics, oh, and make a phone-call once in a blue moon.


Not anymore after the 3. TBH it’s only really an issue if you record 4K video a lot as far as I can see. Google photos limits photos to 16 megapixels on the high setting which for any pixel isn’t really an issue as all 12 megapixels.
Edited by: "cantonbean" 19th May
Soo overpriced. You can get a good spec Motorola One for half of the price. All these phones have the same functions, why would anybody pay £500 for a phone?
samsmith6619/05/2020 09:27

Soo overpriced. You can get a good spec Motorola One for half of the …Soo overpriced. You can get a good spec Motorola One for half of the price. All these phones have the same functions, why would anybody pay £500 for a phone?


Cause the alternative is a Motorola
So much hate in these comments. Once you use the Pixel series everything else bar iOS and maybe oneplus oxygen OS seems so bloated and slow (especially after a year). Weirdly with Pixels and Nexus (and iOS!) I’ve found it’s actually better after 6 months to a year as they have fixed many of the bugs with the new software and hardware. I’ve only got the 3 and 4XL models but just sold my much loved Note 9 and Mate 20 X because the experience on the Pixels is just so much better and the camera is amazing. I’d fully agree that other phones offer more (will miss DEX and S pen) in terms of features but you really need to try the Pixel. I have a case and screen protector on all my phones from day 1 so I can’t comment on the durability. I think worth noting if you use iPhone X or above you’ll enjoy the Pixel 4 as an alternative to iOS more than other phones. Also unlike Samsung at least we get a snapdragon!
Also worth noting is the battery life on my XL improved by nearly 2 hours over updates and learning patterns and the 4 will most likely be the last Pixel flagship so not a bad idea to grab one. I agree it was too expensive on launch but even as I love iOS I’d say the 4 is worth the extra vs the SE if you want night mode and AMOLED and can cope with 64GB. SE still good phone though. Only two viable options for a smaller decent phone really too. That’s why I just don’t get people comparing the battery life to a big phone!
I tend to agree. If I was to move back to Android it will be with the PIXEL. Yes there’s thousands of other android phones offering ‘them specs’ but we’re at a point in smartphones that it’s the software experience that’s the major factor now and all the other manufacturers are focused purely on hardware. Only really Apple and Google have the ability to really control hardware and software and make a excellent consumer experience between the two and Google was doing well but then fell off a cliff. Microsoft had the opportunity but was late to the game.
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