Google has suddenly stopped selling the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL
Google has suddenly stopped selling the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL

On Thursday, Google stopped selling the two flagship phones (Pixel 4) Pixel 4 and (Pixel 4 XL) Pixel 4 XL, which were launched last October.

These two devices are no longer available on the Google online store in the US. However, some devices of these two phones are still available in other parts of the world.

A Google spokesman confirmed the decision. He said: “(Google Store) Google Store sold all its inventory and sold (Pixel 4) and (Pixel 4XL).” He added: "For those looking to purchase (Pixel 4) and (Pixel 4 XL), this product can be purchased from certain partners while it is fully sold." Like all Pixel devices, Pixel 4 will continue onwards in the USA. Receive software and security updates within at least three years from the date the device is first available on the (Google Store).

Google doesn't usually stop selling Pixel phones anytime soon, as both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3 phones have been sold for 18 months, which means the company stopped selling six months after the launch of its successor. By stopping sales (Pixel 4) and (Pixel 4 Excel), he no longer has flagship phones for sale.

Google's move kicked off days after the Pixel 4A was launched. A reduced version of the Pixel 4 phone will go on sale on August 20. It has also been confirmed that the company plans to launch a mobile phone (Pixel 5) and a version that supports 5G (Pixel 4i) network in the fall of 2020.

Although (Pixel 4i) is a cheap phone, it can provide longer battery life, thinner design and a main camera with the same capacity as the main phone (Pixel 4) as a cheap alternative to the product (Pixel 4), but it can attract many users.

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