As mentioned already, Netflix doesn't usually add new devices to this list until a few months after the device has been announced and available for sale. These handsets have been leaked extensively over the past few weeks, most recently in a brief hands-on video that surfaced a few weeks back.
Google on Monday sent out press invitations to a media event scheduled for October 15 in New York City. We'll be sure to have a full rundown of all the announcements and reveals, so check back here October 15.
Rumors have also suggested that Google could announce other devices, including new Google Home Speakers and a Pixelbook 2.
Pixel, and even going back to the Nexus days, have always had trouble keeping leaks under control.
In this latest bit we're finding out that there will be a 6GB of RAM version model of the Pixel 4 XL, as well as a variant with 8GB of memory. After the first significant leaks of the hardware earlier this year, Google's PR department chose to take the initiative and reveal the hardware themselves.
There will also be a feature called "Reach to check phone" that activates the screen when you hover your hand over it to display notifications, time, and other information similar to what we've seen on a few Moto phones. Then of course, there's Soli gestures which we're interested to see.
While Google didn't share any specific products that will be announced that Tuesday, most believe the event will be headlined by the unveiling of the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones.
Google should just take the stage at its hardware event and say that all the leaks were true and here's when you can get the Pixel 4. That's really all we need to know now.