Google Pixel 2 was announced last week, at Google’s hardware event in San Francisco. It was announced in three colors: Just Black, Clearly White and Kinda Blue.
Now the Kinda Blue model is exclusive to Verizon, but the Google Store is selling it – you just can’t buy it unlocked. However, it looks like now that the Kinda Blue Pixel 2 is completely out of stock at the Google Store, which isn’t a huge surprise, seeing as the Pixel 2 has been selling out pretty quickly.
However, the Kinda Blue Pixel 2 is still available at Verizon. According to its website, it’ll still be delivered around October 19th, which is when all pre-orders are being delivered. While the Pixel 2 in Kinda Blue is out of stock, the other two colors are still available. Which include Just Black and Clearly White.
However, they do have some pretty long shipping dates. With the Clearly White having a 5-6 week shipping timeline, although the Just Black in 64GB is still slated to ship on October 17th.
It appears that many people weren’t too interested in the Just Black Pixel 2, surprisingly enough. Now when it comes to the Pixel 2 XL, the black and white model – which is only available on the Pixel 2 XL – is also sold out. It’s unclear at this point when either of these two will be coming back in stock, but hopefully in the next few weeks.
Those of you that still want the Kinda Blue Pixel 2, it looks like you’ll need to head over to Verizon’s website and get your order in before those are gone too. Earlier Google announced that it will open two pop-up stores expected to retail the newest Made by Google products, including the Pixel 2 Android smartphones.
One of the stores will be located at 110 Fifth Avenue, New York City, while another one will be opened at 8552 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. Both outlets will open on October 19th and will operate daily from 10 AM to 8 PM local time. It is not yet clear how long will the stores stay open, although it is possible that they operate throughout the holiday season.
Google did not provide additional information about its upcoming pop-up retail units as of this writing. Some of the items that will be displayed in the stores will include the products unveiled by the search giant at its “Made by Google” event which took place on October 4th.