Pixel 7 can be yours for a very low price if you are open to a small compromise

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You can pick up the versatile Pixel 7 for an unbelievably low price
People generally keep their phones for two to three years, though some keep them until they are on their last leg. In case you think it's time to bid farewell to your old phone, the already affordable Google Pixel 7 is currently $190 off. 

The Pixel 7 has everything you'd expect in a flagship and then some. It sports a large 6.4 inches AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 and a refresh rate of 90Hz. The pricier iPhone 14, meanwhile, is still stuck with a bland 60Hz screen.

The Pixel 7 is powered by the Tensor G2, which Google exclusively made for it and the 7 Pro. It not only ensures smooth performance but also brings with it machine-learning capabilities. The G2 is what makes the phone different than the top Android flagships fueled by off-the-shelf solutions. 

Pixel 7 8GB 128GB

6.3 inches AMOLED 90Hz screen | Tensor G2 chip | 50MP + 12MP rear cameras | 4,355mAh battery

It allows the Pixel 7 to translate in real-time, improves image quality, and makes the calling experience better. The regular iPhone 14 has the same chip as the previous generation iPhone 13, by the way. 

When it comes to Pixel phones, it's a given that cameras are stellar. The Pixel 7 has a 50MP main camera and 12MP ultrawide camera and features 8x Super Res Zoom. The pictures are detailed and have true-to-life colors and low-light performance is also great.

The phone has been promised five years of security updates. It supports Face Unlock and also has a fingerprint reader. 

The 8GB/128GB Pixel 7 costs $599, which is already more affordable than the iPhone 14 and Galaxy S23, both of which start at $800. Amazon currently has the Pixel 7 on sale, but it's not exactly brand new but is fully functional and in excellent condition. 

The deal makes the Pixel 7 as affordable as a mid-tier phone and it comes with a 90-day guarantee, so you don't have to worry about being stuck with a defective phone.

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