Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are available starting at $599 and $699 respectively... yet again, scoring a smaller $200 price reduction than over at the search giant's MVNO (mobile virtual network operator). This renewed Google Store deal is scheduled to run through July 27, allowing you to buy the two stock Android handsets in your choice of three paint jobs and two storage configurations.Unfortunately, the unlocked Google
Obviously, the 128 gig variants require extra financial effort on your part compared to the entry-level 64GB models, fetching $699 as far as the baby Pixel 3 is concerned and $799 if you're into bigger devices with generous amounts of local digital hoarding room.
In case this $200 discount fails to excite you or you simply want to spend less on a slightly humbler phone, the Pixel 3a XL is also on sale (also not for the first time) alongside free $100 Google Store credit. The Snapdragon 670-powered 6-incher still costs $479 in a single 64 gig storage version, and you apparently only have until 11:59pm PT today, July 21, to get the complimentary e-gift card.
On the bright side, B&H Photo Video is running a similar sale without a clearly specified expiration date that includes a gratis $100 e-coupon (for use at that specific retailer), as well as a $10 Google Fi SIM card kit with every $479 3a XL unit.
But wait, there's more. In addition to those three smartphones and various connected home bundles that have been marked down for a while now, Google has its latest (and possibly last ever) tablet on sale too. The Chrome OS-powered Pixel Slate costs $100 less than usual in Intel Core m3, i5, and i7 configurations, with a first-party keyboard or sanctioned third-party Brydge G-Type companion also thrown in at no extra charge. That's your choice of a free $199 or $160 value with a versatile tablet starting at $699 instead of a $799 list price through July 27.