New report details Google's 2019 product roadmap, including the Pixel 4

Google Pixel 4 may get dual SIM support like the iPhone

Google Pixel 4 may get dual SIM support like the iPhone

In a report published last December, Android Police's David Ruddock wrote that Google would launch the two phones via us carrier Verizon in the spring of 2019. To that end, Google plans to launch a brand new version of its popular Google Home speaker this year as well as a new Nest-branded security camera. It is expected to be priced lower than Apple's cheapest iPhone.

The Google smartwatch - which would likely be called the Pixel Watch, if Google sticks to its conventions - has been bandied about since last July.

Google is all set to launch its "lower-priced" smartphone this year, according to a media report.

The company will purportedly not be abandoning its premium line and will launch premium variants of the Google Pixel 4 as normal. The smartphone is likely to be a part of the rumoured Pixel 3 Lite-Series that is expected to debut as the inferior smartphone range alongside the Pixel 3 family that was launched past year. It is rumoured to host a 5.6 inch IPS Full HD+ display. The final tally shows that the Google Pixel 3 XL is the clear victor, with 34 percent of responders selecting it as their choice.

While product names haven't been mentioned for these devices, we can easily speculate that the next premium phones from Google will be called Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Google has plans to announce some other smart products.

Google will, the sources claim, aim to launch its Google Pixel Lite at a price point much lower than Apple's least expensive iPhone in a bid to convince on-the-fence buyers over to its ecosystem. Although Google has been introducing new Home-branded products over the years, the company is going to be updating the regular Google Home speaker later this year after a long time.

Google I/O also sounds like the ideal opportunity to unveil a second-generation Google Home smart speaker. According to Nikkei's source, the latter is a smartwatch that will compete with the Apple Watch. It's unclear when the Pixel Watch will be ready to launch, but a Google I/O seems like the next major hardware event.