Google has put up a teaser on its Google Store indicating that the company would be launching new Pixel devices alongside OS, Google Assistant, and VR updates. We have nothing concrete on the Pixel 4-T-Mobile could offer the phone immediately or perhaps it will be another (allegedly) delayed release like the Pixel 3. There is also some footage from the trailers of Avengers: Endgame.
The teaser on the Google Store reads, "On May 7, something big is coming to the Pixel universe". Marvel's Endgame launches on April 26th.
Earlier this week, prices of the Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL surfaced online. Essentially, the Pixel 3a could start at $500, while the bigger version will start at $600, which is not so affordable.
Available in the latest update to Google's camera app for the Pixel 3, Photobooth is a new feature that uses artificial intelligence to recognize kisses, clear faces and open eyes to automatically take a photo.
Anyway, we know that the Pixel 3a and 3a XL are coming this Spring. With these handsets, Google looks set to bring the unadulterated Pixel camera, which, let's be honest, is easily the best thing about the Pixel smartphone range, to a slightly more affordable price point. It's unclear if it'll also eventually launch at T-Mobile, but today's news suggests that it'll at least be compatible with T-Mo's network like previous Pixel phones have been.
The term universe ties in nicely with the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as does the tagline "Help is on the way".