Google releases #SwitchtoPixel advertisements ahead of October 15 launch

By Xite - October 1, 2019
Google has released ads promoting the Pixel 4 devices. The videos, four in total, are shared on YouTube and touch upon the USP of the phones, which are camera, G-Suite apps (Gmail, Maps etc.), Unlimit....

In two weeks’ time, Google will launch the next iteration of its Pixel devices, which are likely to be called Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. The tech giant has been seen as the one company that has taken a backseat when it comes to market its product. Last year, Google kick-started promoting the Pixel 3 Series of phones, and this year it has already been bullish in marketing the Pixel 4 Series of devices. In the latest development, the search engine giant has shared a series of ads on YouTube that are pursuing people to switch to Pixel devices.

There are four #SwitchtoPixel ads in total where people can be seen and heard sharing their experiences with their older phones. Each video touches a USP of Pixel devices, which are camera, G-Suite apps (Gmail, Maps etc.), Unlimited Google Photos storage, and battery life. It also promotes that switching to Pixel is not as difficult as people think it is. You can watch the ads by clicking this link.

If rumours are true, Google will launch the Pixel 4 devices in three colours: black, white and coral/ Oh so Orange -- an orangish-shade. Images of a phone with Coral back panel have also been seen on an advertisement on a digital billboard in New York’s famous Times Square. According to the leaks, the Pixel 4 devices will come equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, 6GB of RAM, and dual rear cameras.

The phone will have Face Unlock and Motion Sense features as well as dual-cameras on the back. The camera setup on the back is said to include a 12MP main sensor and a 16MP sensor with telephoto lens. The smaller Pixel 4 is likely to get a 5.7-inch 90Hz 1080p+ OLED display and a 2,800 mAh battery, while the XL may ship with a 6.3-inch 90Hz 1440p+ OLED panel and 3,700 mAh battery pack.

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