The 128GB Google Pixel 2 XL is $899.99 on eBay

The top-of-the-line Google Pixel 2 XL model features 128GB of native storage and a 6-inch P-OLED display in an 18:9 aspect ratio. Like most current flagship models, it is equipped with the Snapdragon 835 chipset, and comes with 4GB of RAM. The handset also includes a 3520mAh battery and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. This unlocked model works on all four major U.S.wireless operators, and carries an IP67 certification rating. That means that the device can be submerged in up to 3.3 feet of water for as long as 30-minutes, and escape unscathed. There is a 12MP rear-facing snapper, and an 8MP front-facing camera for selfies and video chats.

On eBay, one seller with a 97.4%  positive feedback rating is selling multiple units of the Pixel 2 XL for $50 off at $899.99. And if you don't live in Florida, Kentucky, New Jersey, or Texas, you don't have to pay sales tax! Now admittedly, the price of the Pixel 2 XL is steep, even with the $50 discount. But you are getting free shipping and a two-year warranty.

There have been some issues pertaining to the handset's display including image burn-in, unresponsive corners and a bright flash that briefly lights up any room that you're in when the phone is unlocked. So looking at these issues, which have been, or will be resolved by software updates, buying this phone also gives you the opportunity to join the class action suit being filed against Google, LG and HTC. Don't consider this a lottery ticket though. Usually, victorious class action members get sent a quarter scotch taped to a post card while the attorney's collect a nice-sized fee regardless of which side they represent.

If you're interested in saving a few bucks on the 128GB Google Pixel 2 XL, click on the sourcelink below.

source: eBay

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Pixel 2 XL
  • Display 6.0" 1440 x 2880 pixels
  • Camera 12.2 MP / 8 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, Octa-core, 2350 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB
  • Battery 3520 mAh

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13 Comments

1. IAMBLCKJ3ZUS

Posts: 432; Member since: Sep 29, 2015

Android in the form of cards. Samsung the King, Google the Queen, LG the Joker, and Huawei the Ace of Spades. All other OEMS are trash trash trash. Well besides Sony deserve a tip of the hat.

2. Phullofphil

Posts: 1832; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

Sounds like you got it all figured out.

3. Zylam

Posts: 1823; Member since: Oct 20, 2010

Google's not the Queen, they are the 'house'. The house always wins in the end and all the OEM's are just pawns that further Google's cause; ad revenue and data collection. The top brass at Google have probably lost more than their own weigh in water because of tears they shed while laughing at the OEM's trying to elbow each other for the tinest bit of market share. Samsung doesn't make its stellar profits from the highend galaxy line, they make money on low end phones and component sales. If this is the how the "king" operates, imagine how the rest of the pack exists. Google has an ace up their sleeve, they're building a successor to Android, something beyond incredible that will blow everyone away and the best part is, it'll have nothing to do with the OEM's. Google's going to leave the OEM's out to dry and that's a good thing. Android's open nature has turned it into a spyware-lag-butchered-fragmented-spam invested mess. They can't fix it without moving on and creating a successor. The Pixel phones and the chrome book Pixel are just Beta products for Google, they're learning what works and what doesn't work and how to produce hardware so when the time comes, they'll be ready.

4. IAMBLCKJ3ZUS

Posts: 432; Member since: Sep 29, 2015

Seems Google's acting like a Queen a sneaky one. Samsung has a backup plan, Bixby, Tizen, they are actually separating themselves from Google. Tizen smartwatches already better than Android Wear. They know Googles end game and they know they are the face of Android in the public's eyes.

9. Zylam

Posts: 1823; Member since: Oct 20, 2010

Yea 100%, both parties know exactly where they are headed. Samsung slapping Tizen onto watches the second they could shows how much they hate having to rely on Googles software and want out. The second they can break free and deploy their own Os across their devices, they will. But everyone knows how garbage Tizen is, it's beyond insecure, no developer is going to hire a whole new team to maintain a Tizen app, it's just not ready for prime time. Samsung is sticking with Android as long as they can, Tizen at this post is a last resort in case Google pulls the plug on Android too soon.

12. Finalflash

Posts: 4063; Member since: Jul 23, 2013

Yea, must be tough for Samsung and Huawei. Wiping away all those tears and sweat with the millions, possibly hundreds of millions, in cash they make from selling Android devices with well made apps by Google and other platform developers.

13. Zylam

Posts: 1823; Member since: Oct 20, 2010

While Google makes billions and Apple continues to wipe the floor in terms of profit margin? Google is least at risk when it comes to Android. The OEM's are at Google's mercy. Once Google gets the hardware and it's production nailed, they can push Samsung and Huawei back by at least 5 years, just by holding back Android. The rest of the OEM's are barely alive as it is, holding back Android would just wipe them off the market. And Google will take advantage of alll the marketing and advertising the OEM's pulled over the years to get Android into peoples lives and put out their hardware with Android's successor.

14. Peacetoall unregistered

major android oem will make a alliance to develop their own Operating system to compete with android. hence more competition

15. mootu

Posts: 1541; Member since: Mar 16, 2017

You really think Google will alienate the worlds 2 largest OEM's (Samsung & Huawei) ?. Google are desperate for OEM's to have google search on thier devices, they don't make money otherwise, it would be financial suicide. Hell, they even pay Apple over $3 billion a year to be The default search engine on IOS

5. Jrod99

Posts: 779; Member since: Jan 15, 2016

No thanks. Lost interest in this plague device.

6. shamataa

Posts: 257; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

it has so many issues.

7. dmsrfl

Posts: 76; Member since: Sep 21, 2012

All the Apple fanatics taking the time to make witty comments....How cute are you!

8. BuffaloSouce unregistered

Where? The only person to mention them was you...

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