The Google Pixel phones have been selling in the U.S. exclusively through Verizon Wireless. For non-Verizon users who wish to own a Pixel phone, the only way to get one is through the official Google Store.
According to incoming reports, this Verizon exclusivity is now coming to an end. We don’t have a date, but it’s now known that Sprint will soon begin selling the Google Pixel 3 XL. The device has been included on the retail display list of devices coming to Sprint and it’s assumed that the smaller Pixel 3 will also be available.
The info, which was first reported by Android Police, also reveals two unknown Google phones dubbed B4 and S4. Apparently, these could be the upcoming Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, devices that we’ve already heard a great deal about.
What remains unknown is when exactly Google’s Pixels will be leaving the confines of Verizon. But out here, we also know that T-Mobile will begin selling Pixel phones pretty soon, probably beginning with the Pixel 3a duo.
Google will be at the I/O 2019 event next week to demystify all these rumors about the Pixels, so we wait.