A couple of days ago, when Google announced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, it also started taking pre-orders for both phones. The devices come in two color variants that we know from previous Pixel handsets - Just Black and Clearly White - as well as in a brand new color dubbed "Oh So Orange." This new color may not be as orange as you'd expect, but it certainly stands out among the other two.
Pixel 4 smartphones is that they're hard to come by - no wonder Google calls this a "limited edition" color. Right now, the unlocked orange Pixel 4 XL is out of stock at Google regardless of what storage configuration you're interested in (64 GB or 128 GB). This is also true for the orange Pixel 4 XL on Google Fi. You can pre-order an orange Pixel 4 XL with Verizon activation, but this is available with 64 GB of storage only, and ships in 4-5 weeks.The problem with the "Oh So Orange"
The non-XL orange Pixel 4 doesn't seem to be affected by stock constraints, at least for now. This means it's going to be released next week, on October 24, just like the black and white models. As a reminder, prices for the Pixel 4 XL start at $899, while the smaller Pixel 4 can be pre-ordered starting at $799.
Google Store aside, you can find both new Pixel phones at all major US carriers. However, T-Mobile doesn't have any orange Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL in its lineup, while other carriers only offer 64 GB versions of the orange Pixel 4 and 4 XL. In other words, if you want a new Pixel in "Oh So Orange" with 128 GB of storage space, you can only get it directly from Google (if and when your preferred configuration is in stock).