Google Pixel 4 was announced by the company during the #MadeByGoogle event yesterday. The phone was awaited by millions of loyal Pixel fans across the world and now that it is finally here – many of them are looking forward to buying the apex Android device! While most of them should be happy, some have a reason to be sad too!
Let us take a closer look at the Pixel 4 release date and which countries would be getting it first and which countries will not be getting it at all!
— 'ekselens (@caharshpunjabi) October 16, 2019
Google Pixel 4 Release Date Schedule
The latest-gen Pixel smartphones were announced yesterday, the 15th of October and they would be out for sale starting the 22nd of October in the US and Europe regions. Google has decided to limit the global release this time and they would first make the Pixel 4 and 4 XL available here and then slowly roll it out for other locations.
Besides US and Europe, regions such as Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and South Korea are also expected to get the phone for sure. However, Google is still to release a complete schedule of when to expect the Pixel 4 and 4 XL smartphones all over the world. However, there are a few disappointments too!
I wouldn’t be against getting a #Pixel4…
— Dan Rubin (@danrubin) October 15, 2019
Google Pixel 4 Release Cancelled for Some Countries!
Usually, the top-end Android device is a global launch and Google would like to make sure that it is a success all over the world, competing with the iPhones. However, it turns out that the Pixel 4 release won’t take place in countries such as India and a number of other South Asian, South American and African nations! You can check out our Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL review here!