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Listen up, Android users!
Just a few days ago, Google announced the new Google Pixel 4 smartphone. It’s the tech company’s latest and greatest offering, with a faster processor, thinner bezels, more screen real estate and the latest version of the Android 10 operating system.
While the Pixel 4 doesn’t hit stores until October 24 with a retail price of $799, you can save big on last year’s Pixel 3 model right now.
Every October, Google releases a new Pixel smartphone, which means previous versions go on sale to clear inventory to make way for the newest generation. So this year, we’re seeing prices drop on three Pixel 3 variants.
The tech company’s flagship model Pixel 3 (64GB) went down to just $494 from $799 — which is 38 percent off retail. If you want the larger Pixel 3 XL (64GB) model, the price shot down to $543 from $899. That’s 40 percent in savings!
When both models were released in October 2018, they launched at $799 and $899, respectively, so these are significant markdowns.
In fact, you can even find new and renewed models of 2017’s Pixel 2 starting as low as $215, but whatever version you pick up, you’ll get a great Android mobile device at a very low price point.
Unless you can’t live without the latest Android smartphone in your pocket, scroll down and check out the best Google Pixel deals below.
Here are the best deals on previous models of the Google Pixel:
Google Pixel 2 (64GB) — renewed, $215 (was $350), amazon.com
Google Pixel 3 (64GB), $494 (was $799), amazon.com
Google Pixel 3 (64GB) — Verizon, $466 (was $800), amazon.com
Google Pixel 3 (64GB), $499 (was $665), amazon.com
Google Pixel 3 XL (64GB), $543, (was $899), amazon.com
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