T-Mobile Pixel 4 teased by John Legere

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The Pixel 4 appears to have been confirmed for T-Mobile ahead of tomorrow’s announcement, and the source is one you may not have expected: T-Mo’s own CEO.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere teased the Pixel 4 during yesterday’s Slow Cooker Sunday broadcast. In two images posted to Twitter advertising the cooking show, we can see several Pixel 4 phones hanging out on Legere’s counters, and there are Pixel 4s littered throughout the actual Slow Cooker Sunday broadcast as well.

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We’ve expected that the Pixel 4 would available on T-Mobile after T-Mo began selling the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a earlier this year, and now the Pixel 4’s T-Mobile launch seems to be basically confirmed. We don’t yet know how much T-Mobile will be charging for the Pixel 4 or what deals it might offer, but if you’ve been watching all the Pixel 4 leaks and hoping you’d be able to buy Google’s new phone from T-Mo, you can now rest easy.

Now that it looks like the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be coming to T-Mobile, are you thinking about buying one?

Source: John Legere (Twitter), (Facebook)

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  • Am I pleased they’ll be most likely having it at launch? Yes.

    Will I buy it through T-Mo? No. I’ll be buying the 4 unlocked through Google. It’s the only way to guarantee that the bootloader, etc, will be unlocked as well.

    • Sayahh

      Will it roam on US Cellular? Someone on Reddit had an issue with units bought from Google versus those bought from T-Mobile.

      • No idea. I don’t know anyone on US Cellular I could test with.

      • Not a White Nationalist

        Short answer is YES. I live where I have really good T-Mobile coverage but once I left my home area I am on US Cellular and AT&T territory yet, I have full 4G LTE at about 20Mb/sec download and 15Mbps up “roaming” on US Cellular. I knew this only because I was parked to meet someone and was checking my email and noticed I was on US Cellular. However: I don’t know if this is everywhere but my guess would be that the carriers have carrier aggregation agreements with eachother for this very reason. As long as your phone itself supports LTE modes, it should work where both carriers have LTE.

    • Not a White Nationalist

      As long as you buy the phone through T-Mobile and pay it off, it can be unlocked over the air. You don’t even need to bring the phone in. I have the Galaxy S10e purchased through T-Mobile and it is now paid off (already, because I don’t like payments). My phone is unlocked and I can take it between carriers but I have absolutely no reason to take it elsewhere. I love T-Mobile.

      • dcmanryan

        You didn’t read his entire comment. He mentioned the bootloader.

  • Android_God

    Well, I guess we see how T-Mobile views the OnePlus 7T! Would it have killed him too feature a phone that he is about to sell?

  • SurvivingSunnyvale

    More like he is previewing the T-Mobile Tuesday halloween giveaway.