‘Google Pixel’ Latest News & Updates: Elusive Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL Phones Back At Google Store, For Limited Supply Only!
The highly elusive Google Pixel phones are back on the shelves at Google Store just in time for the holiday season. Launched last October, these flagship devices have been in and out of stocks in the market. If you are hunting these phones down, grab yourself a unit now as it is not clear until when these slippery Pixel smartphones will be out in stores again.
On Tuesday, Google Store has re-opened the online selling of Google Pixel and Pixel XL for a limited supply only. The 32GB variant of Google Pixel is available for immediate shipment while its 128GB model will start shipping next week. The bigger models, Google Pixel XLs, both the 32GB and the 128GB variants, will take four to five weeks before shipment depending on the buyer's slot on the waiting list.
Google Store sells Google Pixel XL for $729 or $32/month on financing with a $99 protection plan add-ons. For fans who are on the hunt for the XL models, act fast as the stock may not last long. The Google Pixel XL has been harder to find these days with Google Store quickly selling out the devices as soon as stocks are available. Even Verizon Communications said that the device was flying out of their shelves as soon as it was released in October. The US telecom provider has even delayed the schedule of the shipment of Google Pixel XL to January 2017 due to high demand.
The outing of Google Pixel phones delivered a success better than anticipated. It fitted out against OnePlus 3T, LG V2 and even Samsung's flagship device, the Galaxy S7 Edge. It sported a 5.5-inch AMOLED display, 1440 X 2560 pixel resolution, 32GB/128GB onboard storage, 12MP rear camera, 8MP front-facing cam, 4GB RAM, Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, 3450mAh battery, and Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box.Watch the preview of Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL here: