We asked, you told us: Most don’t care about the Pixel 4

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The
rumors and leaks surrounding the Pixel 4
barely started when

Google tweeted out a photo
of the handset. The search giant
didn’t share any additional information but learning bits and
pieces about the phone from code teardowns.

So with what we do know, we decided to ask you: What do you
think of Google’s upcoming Pixel
4
? Here’s what you had to say.

Are you excited for the Pixel 4?

Results

Interestingly, out of the nearly 20,000 people who voted in this
week’s poll on the website,
Twitter,
and
YouTube
, the votes were almost equally split between the three
options. But when everything is averaged out, the majority didn’t
care too much about the Google
Pixel 4
.

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Digging through the comments, it’s pretty clear that most are
tired of Google releasing mediocre phones with flagship prices.
Some have a small amount of hope that the company has learned from
the past and will include an ample amount of RAM and doesn’t
suffer from
software bugs
when launched.

Noteworthy comments

Here are some of the best comments from last week’s poll
explaining why they voted the way that they did:

  • I’m excited at the outside chance of seeing something
    ‘Project Soli.’ God, wouldn’t that be great. However, if all
    we’re getting is a dull, iterative update (slightly faster,
    slightly better camera, etc.), then it’ll be another pass this
    year. And maybe by this time next year, I’ll be looking to update
    my Pixel 2 for a Pixel 4a? Looking forward to what unfolds…
  • Considering the ever-increasing price of a good phone, a name
    brand phone (Pixel, Galaxy, iPhone…) as well as how even a good
    mid-range phone is nipping at flagship territory. There are many an
    average user – myself included – who are likely to purchase a
    good mid-range device, hold on to it longer and save the money
    we’d have otherwise spent on a flagship or routinely purchasing a
    flagship level phone.
  • Just hopeful my Pixel 3 will make it until the Pixel 5.
  • I am waiting for the 4a or possibly 5a. The 3a and 3a XL were
    the best things Google has come out within a LONG time!
  • If it comes with at least 6 gigs of ram it might be
    considerable, with 4 it’ll be a hard pass.
  • Nah, track record put me off, they seem to be one of the most
    problem-ridden devices, the camera was the only plus but now we
    have P30

That’s it for this week, everyone. As always, thanks for
voting, thanks for the comments, and don’t forget to let us know
what you thought of the results below!

Source: FS – Android
We asked, you told us: Most don’t care about the Pixel 4