The newly launched Google Pixel smartphones are selling like hot cakes in the US, thanks to Google’s aggressively marketing. After its launch on Oct. 4, the Blue variant of the Pixel and all the variants of Pixel XL are now out of stock on Google Store.
The Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones come in two storage options – 32GB and 128GB. Both smartphones come in Quite Black, Very Silver and Really Blue color options. However, the Really Blue color option will only be released in the US. It went out of stock within few minutes of becoming available on the Google Store. The 32GB variants are expected to be delivered between 4 to 5 weeks with standard shipping. However, you can still get the Google Pixel, Pixel XL smartphones and that too with a big discount.
Here’s How To Get ‘Out of Stock’ Google Pixel, Pixel XL and Get $300 Off
In the US, Verizon is the exclusive carrier of all editions of Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. Existing Verizon customers or those looking forward to switch to Verizon, can get Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones right away. While the 32GB and 128GB models of Pixel phone are available with monthly installments of $27.08 and $31.24, respectively for 24 months. The Pixel XL models are available on monthly payments of $32.08 and $36.24 for 24 months.
However, you can get a guaranteed trade-in credit of $300 on trading certain smartphone models. If you already own a Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy S6 Edge, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, LG G4, LG V10 or HTC One M9, you can choose the trade-in offer and get a huge discount on all new Google Pixel or Pixel XL smartphones.
The Google Pixel, Pixel XL smartphones will be available in India by the end of this month. However, the Really Blue variant will not be released here.