We're now just 24 hours away from Google's official Pixel 4 event and all of the leaks finally coming to an end. But before then, the rumor mill has churned out a few more early bits of info.
First up, T-Mobile CEO John Legere seems to have confirmed that the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be sold by T-Mo. In photos announcing his Slow Cooker Sunday show yesterday, Legere snuck some Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL boxes on his counter. Several Pixel 4 boxes can be seen in his Slow Cooker Sunday broadcast on Facebook, too.
T-Mo began selling the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a earlier this year, so many of us suspected that T-Mobile would offer the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL at launch. This is great news for T-Mobile customers because it gives them another way to buy Google's new phones. Unlocked Pixels have always worked on T-Mo, but now T-Mobile subscribers will have the option of buying a Pixel 4 through their carrier and using a payment program like the Equipment Installment Plan and adding the cost of the device to their bill.
In other Pixel 4 news, Google cases for the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have leaked out. Shared by Ishan Agarwal, the images show fabric-covered cases in black, blue, and a cool gray. Each case also has a Google "G" logo and a colored power button on the side.
Finally, some info on the U.S. pricing of Google's upcoming hardware may have leaked. A Best Buy employee shared an image from the retailer's internal system with 9to5Google, and it shows the Pixel 4 XL with a price of $999.99, which is $100 more than the Pixel 3 XL's starting price. However, it's possible that this price is just a placeholder.
The same Best Buy employee also says that the new Google Nest Mini will cost $49.99, the same price as the current Google Home Mini.
Google's hardware event begins tomorrow, October 15th, at 7:00 am PT/10:00 am ET, so it won't be long before all of this info is finally made official.