Pixel 4 and 4 XL announcement event later today, confirming the pricing structure of the two new "pure Google" handsets is really not as bad as some sources suggested. Better yet, the authorized third-party retailer is looking to sweeten the deals right off the bat, throwing in an already customary Mint Mobile 3-month 8GB prepaid SIM card kit and a $100 e-gift card for free.This time around, it's B&H Photo Video in the US that can't wait for the official
That's a combined value of 160 bucks, although we're pretty sure some of you will only find the digital coupon useful. The $100 discount can be applied towards any future B&H purchase, so you're basically getting your hot new stock Android-powered device at a Benjamin off its list price provided you intend to shop at this e-tailer again, which you probably do.
Keep in mind that the Pixel 4 duo is scheduled to start shipping next Tuesday, October 22, with the smaller model fetching as little as $799 when capable of accommodating a modest (by late 2019 high-end standards) 64 gigs of data locally. Meanwhile, the 128GB configuration costs $899, which unsurprisingly happens to be the base price of the 6.3-inch Pixel 4 XL. Last but certainly not least, you need to cough up a full thousand bucks if you want the jumbo-sized variant in a 128 gig storage configuration, which... isn't all that bad, now, is it?
In terms of color options, you'll probably be glad to see B&H Photo Video selling limited "Oh So Orange" editions of both the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, although availability for these snazzy paint jobs is limited to 64GB variants. Naturally, the same doesn't go for "Clearly White" and "Just Black" flavors, which you can get in either 64 or 128 gig versions. Or you can wait and see what other retailers and carriers have in the pipeline in terms of pre-order deals and promotions.