I'm on AT&T Time Warner so I'm good. Though that does not mean I'm buying a One Plus 6 this year. But I might now we talk about it. at $900+ that the Pixel 3XL is rumored to go for yeah Google need to stop playing and being pretentious. We are not in the Nexus era anymore as Google put it when they started jacking up the prices of their phones. So they want to price with the big boys then they need to put out like the big boys. I'm a Google Pixel fan but I will quickly call them out on their bull just as much as I do Samsung and Apple. My apologies for the confusion. I was not necessarily comparing the One Plus with Google other than to say if they were able to squeeze in 8 at the price they are pushing then the Pixel 3XL should be the same. Adding only a notch and wireless charging to the Pixel 2XL and wanting to charge $900 is a move that will send me elsewhere First off thanks for yall replies and please no one take my response hostile. My disagreements are in good fun. With that said I have been critical of Samsung and Apple at times for leaving stuff off. Google needs to stop playing. Step up or step out is my motto. I will gladly try one of these gaming phones this year if Google kick out a phone that isn't a true upgrade. I'm not Apple fan I am not going to jump in line just because Google put out a phone. Is 8 gigs really needed, yes. Why ...because that is what the other guy has and I want it too () ....LOL. In all seriousness to me value is in both software and hardware specs. Google issues their same software we rock to other manufacturers so owning the Pixel means we get if first....but that isn't even the case anymore. The cameras are great but the last camera test by MKB I honestly ended up picking the Pixel 2XL camera only once. So we are getting in an era where the line between great phone and good phone is getting blurred (minus HTC). Great time for customers....tough time for manufacturers because it is time to step up. Now with all that ranting said I do think we will see 8GB because the phone is based on the LG G7 Thinq. The 4GB model I do think was just a test model.