Both the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL have had their respective prices slashed by $200.
And this can only mean one thing: the Google Pixel 2 is coming!
However, if you’re after a bargain and aren’t too fussed about getting a brand-spanking new Pixel 2, which will likely cost A LOT, the original Google Pixel phones are still a very solid option.
They’re specced to the hilt with masses of hardware and Google because you're dealing with the source of Android, has confirmed software support for at least two years, meaning you won’t any Android updates between now and 2020.
Verizon has the best deal going right now:
Meanwhile, the Google Pixel XL (32GB) is now retailing for $540, while the 120GB Google Pixel is $640, representing a discount of over $229.99 in total.
As I said, these handsets are super solid. I’m currently using a 32GB Google Pixel XL and I love it. The handset has great software, great battery life, and a super camera which is brilliant for both video and still images.
And because these are Google phones, as always, you will be first in line to get Android O, once it’s released later on this year.