In a report published last December, Android Police's David Ruddock wrote that Google would launch the two phones via us carrier Verizon in the spring of 2019.
A comment on Android Open Source Project by an engineer states that Google would offer better dual SIM support for the Pixel 4. The question centered on which you, our readers, would rather buy: a flagship version of the Google Pixel 3, or one of the alleged Google Pixel 3 Lite devices we expect to see this year?
That means both are powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 chipset, have 4GB of RAM and an Adreno 630 GPU. The new Google phone is said to be priced lower than the iPhone XR that starts at $749 (Rs. 76,900 in India), which will make its price lower than that of the Pixel 3 that starts at $799 (Rs. 71,000 in India). The list includes Google Pixel watch at the top spot. It is rumoured to host a 5.6 inch IPS Full HD+ display. Google will hold its annual developer conference - dubbed Google I/O - from May 7 - May 9, 2019.
Google I/O also sounds like the ideal opportunity to unveil a second-generation Google Home smart speaker.
Additionally, Nikkei says Google plans to release an "updated" Google Home. Unfortunately, there's no additional details around what these updates could entail, but it seems likely that we'll a new smart speaker from Google. According to an IDC report, Google shipped 4.68 million units of Pixel smartphones. However, it failed to materialise during the launch.
According to blog 9to5Google, the smartwatch was planned for the October 2018 event, but had to be delayed at the last minute. A new Nest Cam. The new Pixel 3 Lite line will reportedly undercut the iPhone Xr in terms of pricing.
Finally, Strategy Analytics declared the Pixel 3 in particular is "starting to resonate" with USA customers that are "searching for something new, such as eSIM connectivity or AI".
Most of these new products aren't expected to make an appearance till later this year, considering the company usually launches new products around October.