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Google cuts Pixel 3 prices in the US and Europe

Google cuts Pixel 3 prices in the US and Europe
Google this week decided to temporarily cut the prices of its unlocked Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones, but only in some European markets. Folks in Germany, for example, can now save €250 (about $280) on a Pixel 3 or Pixel XL, while customers in the UK can save £150 (about $190) on either handset. Meanwhile, customers in the US have to pay full prices for the two phones, as Google is selling the unlocked Pixel 3 starting at $799 and the unlocked Pixel 3 XL starting at $899 - just as it did when it released the devices back in October 2018.

Update: As of today, April 21, Google is taking $200 off the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL in the US, too - see the official Google Store website. Thus, you can buy an unlocked Pixel 3 starting at $599, or an unlocked Pixel 3 XL starting at $699. This deal will last until May 6.

You can also save some money on Google's latest phones when choosing to get them from a third-party retailer. More exactly, B&H is currently selling the Pixel 3 starting at $699 ($100 off) and the Pixel 3 XL starting at $729 ($170 off), warranty included. Regardless of where you're buying your Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL from, the smartphones are fully compatible with all relevant carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.


Next month, Google will apparently release a Pixel 3a and a Pixel 3a XL. These should be cheaper (and a bit less powerful) variants of the original Pixel 3 phones, and it's said that they're going to be available for prices starting at around $500.

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