Google’s quest to build a smartphone as popular as the latest iPhone and Samsung Galaxy took a massive step forward when the original Google Pixel launched last year. Its successor – the aptly named Google Pixel 2 – is now on the shelves.
The Pixel 2 is a phone for Android lovers who want the purist interface on the market – even if it does only look like an incremental update from the original Pixel. The most significant real disadvantage to each has been the price tag. At $649-949, they weren’t exactly cheap.
But, for a short time, Google has discounted both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL—$50 in the case of the Pixel 2, and $75 in the case of the 2 XL. You can nab both over at the Google Store.
True, $50-75 isn’t a huge discount. But it’s the first real discount we’ve seen for the phones sold directly from the Google Store.