The leaks keep pouring in about Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL phones, which will finally be announced tomorrow, as we now are seeing a report that Australia’s largest carrier, Telstra, will offer not just one, but both of the devices.
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A new report states that both the Pixel and Pixel XL will be sold through Telstra in 32GB and 128GB storage options. The falls in line with other recent rumors that suggest there will only be those two storage capacities and no 64GB version. There is no information at this time about the prices for both phones at either storage option. Also, as you can see in the leaked screen capture below, the Pixel XL (and presumably the smaller Pixel) will be offered in both “Quite Black” and “Very Silver” colors. Despite reports that Google will also release a blue variant of the phones, Telstra as it seems will only offer those two.
With so many leaks coming out in the last few days alone (such as the huge product page Carphone Warehouse let slip out), it will be interesting to see how Google might still surprise us at their Oct 4 event. We will be covering the event as it happens for all the exciting news!