Introduced just yesterday the Pixel 2 phones have already made the first-gen Pixels’ prices drop significantly. This is surely a good news for all those who put the purchase decision off, waiting for a proper deal on Google phone. If you want to grab the Pixel or Pixel XL, right now it can be yours $100 cheaper. Furthermore, T-Mobile will also decrease the cost of the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, granting early buyers with an incredibly lucrative rebate.
Earlier this month Google announced a brand new Pixel lineup of newest Android smartphones. The devices appear awesome, but what might be putting off some of the potential users is the fact that Pixels will be exclusive on Verizon network. This, however, doesn’t mean that other carriers’ subscribers can’t enjoy Google’s latest offering. In fact, there might be lots of magenta-colored joy in the air, since T-Mobile’s new Pixel deal refunds 50% off the purchase of the phone.
Verizon has just added the LG V 20 and the LG Stylo 2V to its lineup, beating out T-Mobile in terms of pricing. But this is just the tip of the iceberg of surprises the carrier prepared for us. As along with the two LG-made phones Verizon introduced the Google’s Pixel, which makes it the very first carrier to sell this highly-anticipated device. Right now the phone is within your reach at the Big Red’s stores nationwide covered by a special trade-in program.
This is the best deal on Pixel phones that comes with the lowest price, a $100 gift card and free Chromecast
Being Google’s most premium handsets, Pixel phones are far from the Nexus family both in terms of specs and pricing. The cheapest of the line – the 32GB Pixel- costs $649, whereas the most exclusive offering – the 128GB Pixel XL – is priced at $869.99. But there’s a good news for all those who have been thinking about buying one of the Pixels, as Best Buy has just released a special promo within which you may grab a Pixel phone at its lowest pricing and receive a $100 gift card and a Chromecast. This is the best deal on Pixel phones you can find right now.
Pixel phones featuring Google Assistant are official as Verizon and Project Fi exclusive and are freaking expensive… really Google?
For many years, if you wanted pure Android experience, Google’s Nexus was the brand to choose. However, it’s changing today. October 4 2016 will go down in history as the day Nexus brand was discontinued. Don’t worry, though, as Google has something new for you which promises Android experience at its best. At an event in San Francisco, the company unveiled a new series of smartphones called Pixel, which as of now includes two models, the Pixel and Pixel XL. The phones powered by Google Assistant went official as Verizon and Project Fi exclusive and are freaking expensive… Really Google?
Having its origins in 2010 the Google’s Nexus line of devices will be soon replaced by a new one. Today’s leak suggests that Google is going to launch two phones: the Pixel and the Pixel XL, which will give foundations to a completely new series of Android-based, Google-branded smartphones. If to believe the rumor, sporting package of some hot specs the phones may be one of the most expensive phones available on the market.