Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Deals – Get the best preorder offer

Best Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Deals: With the brand new handsets from Google unveiled and set to be released into the wild on October 24th, we’re compiling a list of all the best pre-order deals so you can get your hands on either the Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL for the best possible price.

The Made by Google event has been and gone in the Big Apple and all rumours and myths of the impending arrival of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have well and truly been busted, alongside the likes of the Pixelbook Go and Pixel Buds.

You can find out everything you need to know about the sparkly new smartphones in our Pixel 4 hub and inhale that all-important spec info. However, if you’re trying to determine whether or not to buy the Pixel 4, or indeed, to determine which out of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL you should opt for, you’ve landed yourself in the right place.

Simply scroll on to find the current best offers on the new Google handset and for our buying guide.

Best Pixel 4 Deals

At a SIM-free price of just £669 – similar in price to the Samsung Galaxy 10e and much cheaper than the iPhone 11 – the Pixel 4 is positioning itself squarely in the higher tier of affordable mid-range phones.

Best Pixel 4 Deals

Google Pixel 4, 64GB Storage - EE - 30GB of Data, Unlimited Minutes and Texts

Benefit from the brand new dual-camera rear package and gorgeous 5.7-inch HD display with a hefty monthly allowance to get you through. With this EE contract, also enjoy free streaming access to the likes of Apple Music, BT Sports and more.

Free £50 Gift Card with Any Pixel 4 Tariff

Take up a brand new Pixel 4 contract and receive a £50 gift card that you can choose to spend at Currys PC World, Google Play, Just Eat or a pre-paid Mastercard.

Pixel 4, 64GB storage - SIM-free with Free Chromebook

Buy your Pixel 4 outright and get excellent value for your money in this bundle deal with all purchases also receiving a free HP Chromebook 14 with your pre-order.

Best Pixel 4 XL Deals

Coming in with a SIM-free RRP of £829, the Pixel 4 XL is definitely a little pricier than the Pixel 4, but still cheaper than the Pixel 3 XL was at launch. Plus, with these fantastic deals, you can get it for a steal.

Best Pixel 4 XL Deals

Pixel 4XL with Free £50 Gift Card

Get your Pixel 4XL on contract and receive a £50 gift card to spend. You can opt to have it on a pre-paid Mastercard or spend it at Currys PC World, Just Eat or on Google Play.

Google Pixel 4 XL, 64GB Storage - EE - 30GB of Data, Unlimited Minutes and Texts

Think bigger is better? Enjoy the Pixel 4 XL's 6.3-inch display and make it yours with a free Chromebook, as well as free streaming access to the likes of BT, Apple Music and MTV with this EE contract.

Pixel 4XL SIM-Free with Free Chromebook

Get double the goods in this free gift to end all free gifts. Buy the Pixel 4XL outright from £829 for 64GB storage capacity or £929 for 128GB and receive a HP Chromebook 14 for free.

Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Case Deals

The last thing you’ll want to do is drop your brand new Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL on the pavement. Do yourself a favour and pick up a case, especially one that’s on offer.

Best Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Case Deals

Spigen, Rugged Armor, Compatible for Google Pixel 4 Case

Designed to perfectly hug around your brand new Pixel 4, the Spigen case comes with Air Cushion Technology for shock absorption for every clumsy individual out there, as well as durability for standard wear and tear.

Owkey Google Pixel 4 Case, Full Body Rugged Case Heavy Duty Protection with Built in Screen Protector - Black/Clear

Ensure maximum protection from all sides with a built-in screen protector that well and truly puts your Pixel 4 in a protective, robust bundle.

PULEN for Google Pixel 4 XL Crystal Clear Case

If you're planning to get your hands on the brand new Pixel 4 or Pixel 4XL in its bold orange variant, you may want a protective see-through case to really show off that vibrant hue.

Should you buy a Pixel 4 or a Pixel 4 XL?

When it really comes down to it, the differences between the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are minimal, so you may find yourself hard pressed to deter which to choose from between the two brand new Google flagships, or, actually, why you’d spend more on the Pixel 4 XL when you could save a couple hundred quid on the smaller, more palm friendly Pixel 4.

Well, first, let’s start with what features the handsets have in common, of which there are many. Nothing glossy about these flagships, both variants adopt a matte back in Google’s three colour options, Just Black, Oh So Orange and Clearly White, with the latter two deeply contrasted with its (also matte) black border.

The camera module sitting in the phone’s top left corner (not dissimilar from the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro) also encompasses a black background, making it appear rather stark against the brighter coloured options.

When it comes to the camera itself, both models pack the exact same 12MP main sensor and 16MP telephoto sensor dual package, offering improvements to its much loved Night Sight that will achieve out of this world results of those night sky snaps.

In terms of display, both have a stunning FHD+ resolution with a sleek OLED panel and, perhaps more impressively, both models now enjoy a 90Hz refresh-rate, as opposed to the Pixel 3’s 60Hz. This means the display itself can refresh at a far faster rate, delivering speedier results and making the overall functioning of the phone appear faster and more fluid.

As well as this brand new bit of tech, both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have well and truly ditched the fingerprint sensor for a more Apple-esque face recognition, allowing you to unlock your phone by taking a read on your face. Speaking of which, the launch of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL also sees the rise of hand gestures, allowing you to wave your hand over your screen without actually touching it in order to elicit actions, including skipping songs, turning off alarms and waking up your screen.

Under the hood, you’ll also see much of the same numbers with both devices packing 6GB of RAM and booted by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. In terms of battery, we see one of only two differences; whilst the Pixel 4 packs a 2800mAh cell, the Pixel 4 XL comes loaded with a 3700mAh variant, unsurprising considering it sits as the larger phone.

Yes, whilst the Pixel 4 boasts a marginally larger screen than the Pixel 3 at 5.7-inches, the Pixel 4 XL sits with its 6.3-inch display. A bigger smartphone, it goes without saying it would need that extra boost to keep it powering on with enough juice to get you through the day.

Really, then, the question comes down to size. If you’d prefer a larger display, the Pixel 4 XL is the way to go – bonus if you tend to use your phone quite heavily through the day and need a battery life that can keep up. Otherwise, the Pixel 4 is a great shout with all the exact same features and specs, just without the bigger screen and, indeed, a larger battery.

Should you buy a Pixel 4 or a Pixel 3?

A better question is ‘can I even still buy the Pixel 3?’ It seems like a lot of retailers may be making the choice for you with many listings for the Pixel 3 itself fast disappearing off a number of store’s websites, both across contracts and even SIM-free options. We’re putting this down to the launch of the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, which was Google’s answer to a more affordable flagship, one which still managed to produce a feature-packed phone, albeit in slightly cheaper packaging.

Yep, it looks like units for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are well and truly depleted with many retailers showing out of stock messaging. In fact, unless you’re happy to flash the cash and drop it’s like hot with a SIM-free offer, you may very well be out of luck.

Given the Pixel 3a is primed as a super affordable smartphone from a high-end company, I’d easily recommend opting for the device if you’re absolutely strapped for cash and the Pixel 4’s asking price is just simply out of your budget.

Of course, if you can’t afford the Pixel 4 SIM-free, this is exactly why mobile phone tariffs exist – to get you the best phones possible for a much more palatable cost.

If you do decide to go for the Pixel 4 however, you certainly won’t regret it in the camera department. The Pixel 3 (and the Pixel 3a) only had a one-sensor rear camera setup. The Pixel 4 on the other hand is packing a far more modern dual-sensor rig that is sure to take even more impressive shots than ever before.

On top of that, you’ll also notice a serious upgrade in the Pixel 4’s screen, which packs an all-new ‘Smooth Display’. Pointing out that the Google Pixel 4 has a 60Hz refresh mate might sound dull to some readers, but the difference is night and day in practical use.

With the higher refresh rate, you’ll notice smoother scrolling at blazing fast speeds to the point where, if you were to reuse your old phone, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.

With so many features on board, the decision will ultimately come down to price. If you want to take your amateur photography skills up a notch with what is destined to be one of the best smartphone cameras of 2019, the Pixel 4 is just the ticket. If you want one of the best smartphone cameras of last year (which is still fantastic by today’s standards) then the Pixel 3a – and Pixel 3 if you can find one – is still a solid choice.

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