The Google Pixel 4 is going to be available on AT&T, finally.
This is according to a leaked internal AT&T email that Phone Arena got their hands on.
The email states that they are seeding Pixel 4 devices to some AT&T stores, and are looking for someone to become a "master" with the Pixel 4. Interestingly enough, it does note that the person cannot be a "Samsung Pro" or "Apple Master", which is likely the names for the experts on Samsung and Apple devices at AT&T. Requiring it to be someone different for the Pixel, is definitely a good idea.
Finally all four carriers will carry the Pixel
After Verizon had an exclusive on the Pixel for the first three generations, the Pixel 3a launched at T-Mobile and Sprint. But AT&T was nowhere to be found.
Now AT&T is finally going to be carrying the Pixel 4, and that's going to be a big deal for Google. As that means that all four carriers will have the Pixel 4 in store, as well as Best Buy. Making it easier for customers to buy it.
Google has always sold the Pixel smartphones unlocked with support for all four carriers. But in order to get one that worked on AT&T, you had to purchase it from Google itself. Now, AT&T customers will be able to walk into their local store and get the Pixel 4 on a payment plan if they wish.
This is going to make it much easier for Google to sell even more units.
Pixel 4 will be unveiled on October 15
We're less than two weeks away from Google's unveiling of the Pixel 4. It is going to unveil it, and some other hardware at a Made by Google event on October 15 in New York City.
It's going to be a pretty big event, with a ton of new hardware being announced.
Of course, the spotlight has been on the Pixel 4 so far, as there have been a ton of leaks on that device. But that's not all that Google is going to be showing off.
Google typically shows off a number of new hardware products. And so far, we're expecting to see Pixel Buds 2, Pixelbook Go, Nest Mini, Nest WiFi and a few other things.
That's in addition to the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, which we've seen a ton of already. It's going to be a very exciting day, and we'll be there to see what all Google has in store for us.