Pixel 4, iPhone 11, and Note 10 launch dates leakedLast updated on Jun 15, 2019, 12:31 pm
When it comes to flagship phone launches, tech giants usually follow a traditional calendar. So, while we have a good idea of what's lined up for the remaining year, some supporting evidence is all we needed.
Reputed leaker Evan Blass has shared Verizon's 2019 marketing calendar, leaking the release dates of the Pixel 4, iPhone 11 and Galaxy Note 10.
Here's everything to know.
Pixel 4 launches in October, iPhone 11 in late September
The screenshot shared by Blass shows the release dates of multiple "tier 1" mobile devices.
As per the leak, Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 is arriving in late August, the iPhone 11 in late September and Pixel 4 range in mid-October.
So, considering the source as well as the fact that Verizon would be privy to this information, we can settle with these release dates.
Meanwhile, here's what we know about Galaxy Note 10
Samsung Galaxy Note 10, tipped to arrive in standard and Pro models, will feature a center-aligned punch hole display and a premium metal-glass body.
The phone is likely to pack upto four rear cameras as well as an in-display fingerprint sensor.
And, apart from flagship grade internals- Snapdragon 855 and upto 12GB RAM- a bigger 4,500mAh battery and 45W fast-charging support is also expected.
What to expect from iPhone 11-series?
As far as new iPhones are concerned, they will retain the design of their predecessors except for a new square-ish rear-camera design.
The premium iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max models will offer an upgraded triple-lens combination while the lower-cost iPhone 11r will offer dual rear cameras.
Other changes include upgraded front cameras, improved Face ID, two-way wireless charging support, and a new A13 chipset.
Finally, here's a quick roundup of Google's Pixel 4
Meanwhile, Google has surprised us all by releasing an official image of the Pixel 4 months ahead of the slated launch.
The image confirms the presence of a dual/triple rear camera setup and a new monochrome design language. It also hints at an in-display fingerprint sensor or Apple's Face ID-like biometric support.
Lastly, flagship grade internals including a Snapdragon 855 processor is a certainty.