Google Recently Launched Pixel 4 And Pixel 4 XL Won’t Be Coming To India, Here’s Why

Google in its Made By Google event in New York, on Tuesday, unveiled an array of new hardware. From new phones, earbuds to Pixelbook, here is everything from the event that caught our eye.

Head to the end if mulling why Pixels 4 phones won’t be launched in India.

Google Pixel Buds

Google at the event unveiled its first-ever truly-wireless earbuds – Pixel Buds. The buds which will go on sale from next year take design inspiration from Samsung Buds and supports Google assistant.

 Google Pixel Buds

Moreover, the buds pack custom sound drivers and features like noise isolation, beam-forming mics, and chips that can process on-device machine learning. The buds support wireless charging and can last up to 5 hours on a single charge.

The Pixel Buds have been priced at $179.

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Pixelbook Go

Google also launched Pixelbook, which they say is “light, grippable and more affordable”.  The same features a ribbed texture on the bottom and will run a Chrome-based operating system under the hood.


The pixel book with a 13.3-inch touchscreen display can go up upto 12 hours in one charge. Priced at $649 with Intel Core i7 processors, Pixelbook will be available with 8GB/16GB of RAM, and 64GB/128GB/256GB of storage.

The Pixelbook Go is priced at $649.

Nest Home

Moreover, Google has also launched its Nest line up of Smart home devices. Google Nest Mini is the first among them available at a price of $49. Google Nest mini sports three microphones for an enhanced command listening. Secondly, Google also announced Nest Wi-Fi Router a new version of its router.

Google has also re-introduced Nest Aware service, which is Google’s home security system coverage subscription service for Google Home/Nest products.

Google Pixel 4 Phones

Last but not least, Google introduced 2 new pixel devices, namely Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. The phones come with really cool features including Motion Sense which can get things done without you needing to touch the phone.


However, because of the Soil chip, which brings Motion Sense functionality to Pixels Phones, Google won’t be able to launch the same in India.

As per Firstpost, soli chip doesn’t meet the guidelines of the country’s National Frequency Allocation Plan standards as it uses a 60 GHz frequency band that isn’t allowed for public or commercial use in India.


The Pixel 4 phones sport an edge-to-edge notch-less display with thin bezels. On the rear, the phone house a dual-camera setup packed in a square-shaped housing.

The Pixel 4 has a 5.7-inch full-HD+ HDR OLED screen while the Pixel 4 XL gets a 6.3-inch QHD+ display. Both the phones get a 12.2MP main sensor and a 16MP telephoto lens. On the front, the handsets come with a single 8MP selfie camera. 


Google on its Instagram stories highlighted Pixel 4 handsets capabilities to click astrophotography, which is pictures of stars, moon and night sky. 

The Pixel 4 series is powered by a Snapdragon 855 chipset, paired with Pixel Neural Core coprocessor, upto 6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB of storage. 

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The standard variant of the phone packs a 2,800mAh battery while the XL model gets a 3,700mAh battery. Both phones support fast charging. 

The Pixel 4 starts at $799 in the US while the bigger Pixel 4 XL starts at $899. Both models are available for pre-ordering via the Google Store.

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