Google Pixel 4 Price List September, 2020 & Specs in Philippines

Google Pixel 4 Cheapest Price and Key Features

The cheapest price of Google Pixel 4 in Philippines is PHP35999 from Shopee. The Google Pixel 4 features a 5.7" display, 12.2MP back camera, 16MP front camera, and a 2800mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the Google Pixel 4 is October, 2019.

Google Pixel 4 Cheapest Price and Key Features

The cheapest price of Google Pixel 4 in Philippines is PHP35999 from Shopee. The Google Pixel 4 features a 5.7" display, 12.2MP back camera, 16MP front camera, and a 2800mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the Google Pixel 4 is October, 2019.
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₱ 35,999.00
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Cheapest Google Pixel 4 Price in Philippines is ₱ 35,999.00

The Google Pixel 4 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Google Pixel 4 price in Philippines is ₱ 35,999.00 from Galleon. You can also choose between different Google Pixel 4 variants with 128GB Just Black starting from ₱ 55,692.00. Google Pixel 4 price details are updated September 2020.

Google Pixel 4 Price Guide

Google Pixel 4 Price in Philippines by Variants

Variants Price Store
Google Pixel 4 128GB Just Black ₱ 55,692.00 Galleon
Google Pixel 4 64GB Clearly White Offer unavailable

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Google Pixel 4 Specs

Display
Screen Size 5.7"
Display Resolution 1080 x 2220pixels
Pixel Density 444ppi
Scratch Resistant No
Water Resistant No
Camera
Rear Camera Resolution 12.2MP
Dual camera Yes
Front Camera Resolution 16MP
Memory
RAM 6GB
Expandable Memory No
Card Slot No
Battery
Battery Capacity 2800mAh
Platform
Processor Octa Core
Operating System Android
Design
Weight 162g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 147.1 x 68.8 x 8.2mm
Body Material Glass
Launch
Release Year 2019
Release Month October
Connection
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 b/g/n/ac
NFC Yes
USB Connectors Type-C
Features
FM Radio No
Fingerprint Scanner No
Face Recognition Yes
Waterproof No
Networking
Dual SIM Yes
SIM Card Nano-SIM

Reviews of Google Pixel 4

hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2020-08-11
Anyone waiting on the Google Pixel 4 to go on sale doesn't have much time left as the device was recently discontinued. Retailers are offering substantial discounts on the Pixel 4 to move stock with Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H Photo offering $250 to $300 di...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2020-07-02
The Pixel 4's dual rear cameras take brilliant photos and its display's high refresh rate makes navigating silky smooth. The phone will get prompt software updates and its face unlock works really fast
The phone doesn't come with earbuds, it has no expandable storage option and its battery life is mediocre
In the Pixel 4, Google has delivered a great camera boosted with software wizardry. The company's first telephoto lens is top of its class (don't take our word for it: Here are 24 photos taken with the Pixel 4 ). It makes portrait shooting a breeze and it...
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techguysmartbuy.com
Reviewed on 2020-05-30
Even though Google I/O 2020 is a dub, we're still getting a sort of version of it w/ the upcoming Beta Launch Show for Android 11. The Pixel 4 had a lot of things people weren't happy about at launch like the lack of an ultra-wide camera, Face Unlock work...
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droid-life.com
Reviewed on 2020-05-12
The first attempt at living with a Pixel 4 didn't go so well for me. The combination of awful battery life and numerous missing features paired with an $800 price tag left me sad and looking elsewhere for a phone to use each day. But now that I'm stuck a...
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gadgetnutz.com
Reviewed on 2019-12-15
I've been using Google's Pixel 4 phone for four weeks now. I mean, really using it. With my SIM card in it and everything. Taking photos. Making calls. Playing Pokemon Go. And here's my review, from an iPhone-users perspective… one month later. Source: Go...
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dxomark.com
Reviewed on 2019-12-12
Good performance for timbre, Coherent recording levels and no distortion when recording loud sounds, Correctly rendered envelope, Good spatial performance when recording video
Recorded sound is a bit too boomy, Noticeable artifacts, Unnatural background noise and artifacts
Released in October 2019, the Pixel 4 is Google's latest flagship smartphone, running the latest Android 10 OS powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 chipset and 6GB of RAM. In the imaging department, the device offers a dual-camera setup with dedicated tel...
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techwelike.com
Reviewed on 2019-12-09
The Pixel 4 smartphone from Google brought no surprises as it was leaked completely weeks before the announcement. I've used all the Pixels before, but this is my first time using the smaller Pixel (instead of the XL size) and I did feel a noticeable diff...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2019-11-26
well built, balanced speakers, updates available for a long time, great dual camera, color-accurate 90 Hz display...
lacking display brightness boost, no Wi-Fi 6, meager storage capacity without expandability options, poor battery life, poor diaplay-to-body ratio
Minute man. The Pixel 4 features almost no real updates save for a touchless gesture control feature and a 90 Hz panel. Otherwise, the device can be considered mostly a facelift. Unfortunately, it no longer features a fingerprint reader and the battery ha...
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imore.com
Reviewed on 2019-11-22
I've been using Google's Pixel 4 phone for almost a month now. I mean, really using it. With my SIM card in it and everything. Taking photos. Making calls. Playing Pokemon Go. Yes, still.This isn't my first Google phone. I had the Nexus One, the Nexus 4...
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photographyblog.com
Reviewed on 2019-11-14
The Pixel 4 is the latest flagship smartphone from Google. As we've seen before from the company, one of the key aspects of this smartphone when it comes to marketing and promotion of the product is how well the onboard camera performs. While previous g...
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neowin.net
Reviewed on 2019-11-09
Google's new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are strange devices. Last year's Pixel 3 XL had a huge, hideous notch, so this year's model got rid of it and replaced it with a massive top bezel. Inside of that bezel is Soli radar, which is used for, well, not much...
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androidpolice.com
Reviewed on 2019-11-08
The 90Hz refresh rate looks incredible, and the OLEDs offer excellent colors, brightness, and blacks, The Pixel 4 is the fastest, smoothest Android phone available. The added RAM makes multitasking better than the Pixel 3, The matte glass and subtly textu...
While it might be cool down the line, Soli is little more than a gimmick right now, Doesn't check to make sure you're awake (for now), and it's the only biometric option on the phone, The smaller Pixel can barely last a day, and the larger one is just ave...
Google has been selling smartphones for more than a decade at this point, but it's only on the fourth generation of Pixel phones. The Pixel era is when Google got serious about building a cohesive product that married hardware and software rather than jus...
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digitalcameraworld.com
Reviewed on 2019-11-01
Excellent point and shoot camera, Astrophotography mode impressed, Matte glass finish feels great
Poor battery life, No ultra-wide lens, Low storage capacity options, Occasional UI gremlins,
The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3A shook smartphone photography and challenged preconceptions, beating out dual, triple and quad-camera competition with its single camera. Expectations of the Google Pixel 4's camera have been through the roof, and while there's a n...
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techguysmartbuy.com
Reviewed on 2019-10-26
For the past 3 years, Google's Pixel line of smartphones have been sitting pretty w/ a camera & features others couldn't offer. You would expect the same for the Pixel 4 but things have changed. Any other year, this wouldn't be too much of an issue. But f...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2019-10-24
Latest Android software, Excellent camera software, High quality design, fit, and finish, Poor battery life
Limited storage options
I usually spend my fall phone money on the newest Galaxy Note, but this year I went all in on the Samsung Galaxy Fold and think it's the most innovative and exciting phone I've tried in years. That said, I had to give Google's latest Pixel a try and after...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2019-10-24
Camera technology is capable of incredible results, 90Hz OLED screens are smooth and beautiful, Android 10 runs fast, Face Unlock is incredibly quick, Recorder app is offline dictation witchcraft
Battery life ranges from underwhelming to just plain bad, No ultra wide camera, Motion Sense feels gimmicky for now, G Suite users miss out on key features, 64GB of storage is miserly
I wanted to love the Pixel 4, but instead I can only bring myself to like it, and if it sounds like I'm being demanding then you may not have been keeping up with smartphones in 2019. Apple's iPhones are the best they have been in years, there are numerou...
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androidpolice.com
Reviewed on 2019-10-23
Google has been selling smartphones for more than a decade at this point, but it's only on the fourth generation of Pixel phones. The Pixel era is when Google got serious about building a cohesive product that married hardware and software rather than jus...
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droid-life.com
Reviewed on 2019-10-23
We're four years into the Google experiment that is high-end Pixel phones. Google has given us two, once again, the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. They are the most advanced of any Pixel phone to date, though one could argue that they are also the most lacking.T...
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techcrunch.com
Reviewed on 2019-10-23
Google's first-party hardware has always been a drop in the bucket of global smartphone sales. Pixel devices have managed to crack the top five in the U.S. and Western Europe, but otherwise represent less than 1% of the overall market. It's true, of cours...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2019-10-21
MotionSense feels like the future, “Smooth” display looks great, Speedy performance, Google Assistant is faster and smarter, Great camera experience,
Motion Sense is finicky, Face Unlock could be more secure, Middling battery life, Slightly dull design,
After Google started making its own smartphones in 2016, it quickly fell into a predictable pattern: Those devices would pack clean software, take surprisingly good photos and launch sometime in October. Sure, Google added features here and there over th...
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