The Google Pixel 4 isn’t the greatest Pixel phone we’ve ever seen, but it still has plenty to offer. Between the 90Hz OLED screen, stock take on Android, and brisk updates, it’s definitely worth a look at the right price.
Now, the likes of Amazon, Best Buy, and the Google Store have all cut the price of the Google Pixel 4 from $799 to $499. The retailers have also slashed the Pixel 4 XL price from $899 to $599. Either way, you can expect to save $300.
You can also gain a further $50 discount via Best Buy if you choose to activate the phone on the same day, giving you the device for $449.
There’s no word on how long the deal will last via Amazon and Best Buy, but the Google Store notes that it ends on May 9 2020 at 11:59PM EST (or while stocks last).
We had conflicting feelings about these latest phones in our Google Pixel 4 review. More specifically, our own Kris Carlon praised the camera, display, software, and design, but lamented the measly amount of base storage, poor battery life, unreliable Motion Sense, and lack of third-party support for Face Unlock.
Nevertheless, those who still want to get in on the Pixel action can check out the Pixel 4 deals via the buttons below.
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