Google has lowered the price of its newest smartphones by $150. The smaller Pixel 3 drops from $799 to $649, while the larger Pixel 3 XL drops from $899 to $749. The deals, which will continue until Monday, January 28, come a few weeks before Samsung’s Unpacked 2019 event, where it’ll launch its Galaxy S10 and S10+ smartphones. Google is also rumored to be coming out with the Pixel 3 “Lite,” which is a cheaper version of its Pixel 3, but its release date has yet to be released.
If you haven’t heard, the sales pitch for Google Pixel 3 is pretty straightforward: it takes far and away the best photos of any smartphone. If you don’t believe us, check out our smartphone camera comparison between the latest iPhone, Samsung and Google smartphones here. And when it comes to low-light photography, the Pixel 3 is really on another level.
More good stuff. The Pixel 3 offers the purest Android experience of any Android smartphone; aka, there’s no bloatware or apps you need to hide in folders. You get free and unlimited Google Photos storage in the cloud. And finally, of all the latest flagship smartphones, Google’s offerings are considerably more affordable. It should be noted that both Pixel 3 smartphones are identical in every way except for screen size and battery.
The deals on the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL can be found right now on the Google Store.
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