Google stops making the Pixel 4 after just one year

Google is displacing production of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL just one year after the market launch. “The Google Store has sold the stock of existing Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XLs,” Google said in a note to Tech Stalking. “For those who are still interested in buying the Pixel 4 and 4 XL, the product will continue to be available from some partners as long as the stock lasts,” Google said.

Like all Pixel devices, the Pixel 4 will continue to receive software and security updates for at least three years after sales start in the United States, the tech company promises.

Instead, Google wants to focus on the publication and sale of focus on two brand new smartphones in the fall: The Pixel 5 and the Pixel 4a 5G, according to the US technology portal “The Verge”. The industry giant has nailed little about the new devices, except that both are supposed to be 5G-capable. Sales of the Pixel 4a, a cheaper version of the Pixel 4, have only recently started.

In Germany, no information on the end of sales yet

According to information from the magazine, in Germany, “t3n” only the white version of the Pixel 4 XL sold out. According to Google Germany, meanwhile, there is no information on the end of the sale, Google press spokesman Alexander Bressel told the magazine. However, the probability of an early end of the Google Pixel 4 on the German market is high.

The Pixel 4 was not released until October 2019.

This article has been translated and edited by Klemens Handke. You can find the original Here.

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