Unlocked Google Pixel 4 – 64GB – Just Black – GA01187-US (Renewed)

(12 customer reviews)

Original price was: $219.00.Current price is: $137.99.

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  • Point and shoot for the perfect photo. Capture brilliant color and control the exposure balance of different parts of your photos
  • Get the shot without the flash. Night Sight is now faster and easier to use it can even take photos of the Milky Way
  • Get more done with your voice. The new Google Assistant is the easiest way to send texts, share photos, and more.
  • A new way to control your phone. Quick Gestures let you skip songs and silence calls – just by waving your hand above the screen.
  • End the robocalls. With Call Screen, the Google Assistant helps you proactively filter our spam before your phone ever rings.
Product Dimensions

7 x 4 x 5 inches

Other camera features

Rear, Front

Manufacturer

Google

Included Components

USB-C to C cable, SIM tool, AC Adapter, OTG Dongle, Quick Start Guide

Phone Standy Time with data

24 hours

Battery Power Rating

3600

Colour

Black

Form Factor

Smartphone

Other display features

Wireless

Item Weight

7.7 ounces

Special Features

Touchscreen, Bluetooth Enabled, Video Calling, 4K Video Recording, Text/Messaging, Camera, Smartphone, Built-In GPS

Connectivity technologies

Wi-Fi

RAM

6 GB

OS

Android

Batteries

1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Item model number

PIXEL 4 64GB G020I

Date First Available

December 20, 2019

12 reviews for Unlocked Google Pixel 4 – 64GB – Just Black – GA01187-US (Renewed)

  1. Jeff12345

    The Pixel 4 is an amazing phone, even now. It’s beautifully made, and I actually really like the smaller size. To be able to buy a phone of this quality for such a low price is great. (Only negatives I noticed about the phone itself are relatively short battery life and 64GB non-expandable memory.) And my “renewed” phone looked totally new.

    However, there are couple of things potential buyers need to know. First, the Pixel 4’s last guaranteed Android update shipped in October, 2022. So there may not be any more updates, and Android 14 won’t be supported. If you plan to keep the phone for a long time, that may become a security issue. At the very least, you will want to check into this.

    Also–and this is the more serious issue, to me–if you’re planning, as I was, to avoid the EOL issue by rooting the phone and installing a custom ROM (Lineage, for instance), be advised that that may not be possible. Apparently there are two “levels” of unlocking for these phones. The first allows them to be used on any carrier. These phones are unlocked in that sense.

    The second “level” of unlocking allows custom ROMs to be installed. If your phone was originally from Verizon (and you can tell by looking up the IMEI), the option to do that is greyed out under Developer Options, and there is apparently absolutely nothing to be done about that.

    The combination of a soon-to-be-obsolete version of Android and the inability to install custom ROMS was too much for me, so I reluctantly returned the phone. If those issues aren’t showstoppers for you, this may be a great choice.

  2. Ginger Weaver

    Definitely recommend this phone! The camera is also, and the price is great for what you’re getting.

  3. Moe

    The only reason that I am giving this a 4-star review it’s because the item descriptions are not very clear. The seller should indicate that this will only work for any Verizon line, not any other courier. The seller said that this phone is unlocked, it might however it won’t work for our pure talk USA line. The phone itself seems to be a very good quality though.

  4. Gustavo Glez

    El teléfono es muy bueno, su fluidez es asombrosa, incluso he probado teléfonos de 120 hz que se ven más lentos que este de 90,me agrada la cámara obviamente. El detalle de que lo tuve que devolver fue que en México no funciona el radar soli, que es uno de los motivos de compra y principales atractivos. Y adicional, note que la pantalla llegaba a parpadear al tocarla, eso me dio inseguridad de la fragilidad. El teléfono llegó sin detalles físicos. Creo que para México la mejor opción sería ir por el 4a aunque no se sienta tan premium y no tenga resistencia al agua.

  5. seigo

    I used a SIM from a Japanese telecommunications company in Japan and was able to use it without any problems.

    It was in good condition, and it was better than what I bought in Japan, so I’m glad.

  6. Amazon Customer

    This was so easy to do myself. Transferred all my apps easily. Only thing I don’t like is it no longer has a “return or close app” button, it is now a swipe. And it is either swipe left to “go back”, so swipe left to close. I like the old way of choosing the apps I want to close. If there is a way to do that, I have not found it yet.
    The battery does not last as long as I hoped. At least it lasts longer than my old pixel2. And because “swipe up closes the apps I find that when scrolling on FB that sometimes I close the app when just scrolling. (hand in face emoji)… Other than those things, it is a great phone.

  7. LALVAREZ

    Solo viene el equipo con cargador genérico, la publicación dice desbloqueado, peor viene de ATT de Estados Unidos por lo tanto no se puede usar con Telcel

  8. Jon H.

    I have had this phone for about 18 months or so. It’s the worst phone I’ve ever used.

    Pros:
    – Some genuinely innovative UX features
    – Typical flagship phone perks (access to latest versions of Android, app integrations mostly work OK, etc)

    Cons and issues I experienced:
    – The worst battery life of any phone I’ve ever had since my budget Galaxy phone from the early 2010s. This phone is on life support. With light-to-moderate use, I have to charge this thing at least two or three times every day. This is one of the most widely reported issues this phone has and I wish I’d researched this more before buying. If you want the ability to go on vacation without having to constantly plan around charging your phone, do not buy this. You’re better off with carrier pigeons.

    – Proximity sensor issues (I think). The Pixel 4 has a built-in motion sensor that lets you perform proximity-based gestures such as waving your hand a few inches above the phone screen to skip your music player to the next song. At some point this completely broke for me and now the phone fires off random gestures constantly whenever the screen is face up. If a song is playing, it will pause or skip around or etc. This can only be fixed by sending the phone in to a phone repair place.

    – Software issues. Just straight up almost everything is broken, without any exaggeration. GPay lost the ability to autofill card information for at least a few months because it couldn’t complete the (for some reason mandatory) security verification step (just use Bitwarden). Clicking on any notification from the lock screen no longer takes me to the proper app context – for example, clicking on a news notification just takes me to the news app without taking me to the actual article, clicking on a Facebook Messenger message simply does nothing at all, etc. The phone has a built in messaging aggregator thing that floats around your screen and it seems purpose-built to make you forget to answer messages from your friends by specifically dismissing your most recent conversations in favor of old ones. Running Google Maps sometimes just causes a hard crash – three times in a row the other day. Google does not care about creating good software and definitely they do not care about maintaining what they make.

    – Build quality is garbage, especially for a flagship phone. Not much to say here, you could probably blast a hole through this phone by sneezing on it. Not a huge problem for me but worth mentioning.

    – Severe overheating. I haven’t experienced this one personally, but apparently the problem is bad enough that Google has had to create a replacement program for phones affected by this. The phone can apparently get hot enough internally to melt plastic.

    This phone is a constant source of misery for me. I cannot recommend it to anybody. Avoid at all costs.

  9. Adonica Jones

    I am in Canada on the Koodo network and this phone works fine. Fully unlocked and accepted my SIM card. Have sent texts from it already.

    For being a refurbished product it really looks brand new. No visible scratches or defects at all. Came with a removable plastic covering over the front screen that you peel off.

    The package comes with the phone, a charging cable, the wall port, and a pin to open the SIM card.

    I switched from an iPhone to this Pixel and used a “Quick Switch Adapter” to transfer all of my data from the iPhone to the new Pixel. Note that this product does NOT come with that adapter. If you buy a brand new Pixel you will definitely get one but this refurbished one does not come with one. I just happened to have one in the house that came with my boyfriends phone. It made the set up very easy.

    Overall I am very happy. HOWEVER, a brand new Pixel 4a (newer model) is available for $479 when purchased from Google, so I dont think paying $650 for a lesser product is good value. Will return.

  10. Charlie N

    The box was scuffed but the phone is fine so I guess that doesn’t matter. Indeed, the phone looks like new. The description is misleading however because it’s not a Canadian G020I but rather a T-Mobile GA01241 which works fine but it doesn’t change the fact the description is misleading and there’s no way to know whether another time they would send a thoroughly unusable Verizon model maybe? The very reason I have chosen this one instead of the myriad eBay listings was to avoid a Verizon model because obviously a Canadian phone is not Verizon, right? Be cautious with this one and prepare to return if you are sent a Verizon one, imei.info has a good checker.

    Also, after adding my Google account the phone restarted and is now stuck in a boot loop. Need to return it.

  11. Isabel Aguirre

    The phone I received was in stellar condition and looked brand new. The Pixel 4 is nice because it comes in a size that actually fits my hand. It has face-unlock but that doesn’t work with facemasks. The battery life on the pixel will only get you half way through the day. A great phone but it’s dead half the time so what’s the point?

  12. Tahir Shaikh

    Wtf sent me the box with just a charger…

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