In a little over a day, Google will be holding its second-biggest event of the year after I/O.
It is the event that lovers of Pixel devices in all shapes and sizes have been waiting for all year long to see if Google can indeed keep the Pixel flame burning, not to mention selling.
Truth be told, there might not be much to wait for since the Pixel 4 has been leaked to ridiculous extents.
All that’s really left is for retail details to drop and, of course, there are now leaks for those, too.
If you’ve been hoping that Google has learned its lesson with the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a pricing, better think again.
In fact, it might have learned the lesson that people will pay for either phone anyway so might as well make both.