The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are just minutes away from launch and pre-orders for the phones have already gone up on B&H. The listing confirms the prices and availability of all variants in the Pixel 4 family. It further details most of the leaked specs of the phones.
That’s not all: We’ve also come across listings for what appear to be the Nest Mini, Nest Wi-Fi, and Pixelbook Go. Let’s break these down for you.
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL pre-orders
As last minute leaks revealed, the Pixel 4 is listed with a price tag of $799 for the base 64GB variant. The 128GB version of the Pixel 4 is priced at $899. Meanwhile, the 64GB Pixel 4 XL pre-order is also priced at $899 and its 128GB version is listed for pre-order at $999.
These prices for the Google Pixel 4 series is very much in line with what we saw at the time of the Pixel 3 series launch.
The B&H listing says that the new phones will ship starting October 22. You also get a $100 gift card from the retailer free of cost on the purchase of any Pixel 4 device. However, the retailer will not let you check out with your pre-order right now since it is observing the Jewish Sukkot holiday.
Nest Wi-Fi and Nest Mini
The Nest Wi-Fi and Nest Mini are not listed with those names. Instead, B&H shows them under Google Home Mini (2nd Gen) and Google Wi-Fi S1 + C1 monikers. If these listings are accurate, the Nest Mini is priced at $49 and comes in four color variants. A pack of one Nest Wi-Fi router with a single extension beacon is priced at $269. There is no information on pre-order dates or availability of these devices.
Pixelbook Go pre-order
B&H lists what could be the new Pixelbook at $849. The webpage for the Chromebook does not have an image and the only specs listed are an i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB storage, and a 13.3-inch display size. There are no details mentioned about the availability of the new laptop.
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