Google’s Pixel smartphone range is akin to Apple’s iPhone line or Samsung’s Galaxy or S handsets. The Pixel line is now up to the Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 7 – although we are still waiting for an official launch date for these latest flagship devices – but this doesn’t mean that legacy devices, including the Pixel 4, are too outdated for the modern user.  The smartphone comes unlocked and in black, with a screen size measuring 5.7". The Pixel 4 comes with 64GB storage, Motion Sense, 8MP, and 16MP front and rear-facing cameras, 6GB RAM, and runs the Google Android operating system.  When you purchase a new phone from a carrier, such as Verizon or AT&T, they usually offer a trade-in option for your old devices. Whether or not they are in good condition or have some damage, your old handset can be exchanged for a discount on a new model or store credit.