A store in Hanoi, Vietnam is supposedly selling prototypes of Google’s unreleased Pixel 4 XL smartphone for just over $1,000, according to a translation of a Vietnamese written review of the supposed Pixel 4 XL on Thursday.
This would help explain how two Vietnamese YouTubers recently posted videos about the Pixel 4 with the device in hand, as well as the written review posted on Thursday.
The recent flurry of in-depth Pixel 4 details from Vietnam aren’t necessarily accurate, but they do corroborate with many rumors.
Google reportedly moved the Pixel 4 production from China to Vietnam, supposedly to circumvent growing production costs in China and tariffs, according to Japanese news outlet Nikkei.
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Recently, two YouTubers from Vietnam posted lengthy, detailed reviews of what appeared to be Google’s unreleased Pixel 4 XL smartphone.
If they’re true and accurate, the videos offer a complete look at the Pixel 4 XL, leaving little mystery to Google’s upcoming devices.
It wasn’t clear how those YouTubers got a hold of the supposed Pixel 4 XL devices, but a recent written review of the Pixel 4 XL, also from Vietnam, claims that a “smartphone …read more
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