Google Pixel Pre-Orders Will Not Get a Free Daydream View Headset in India

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones are already available for pre-orders in the US, UK, Germany, Canada, and Australia. While the pre-orders will start in India from 13th October. US users, pre-ordering Google Pixel on Verizon, will get a free Daydream View headset. However, there will be no such deal for India.

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In US, the Google Pixel smartphone prices start at $649.99 (approx. Rs. 43,300). Additionally, users choosing Verizon Wireless to buy their Pixel smartphones will get a Daydream View VR headset free. The new VR headset is priced at $79 (approx. Rs. 5,300). store. In case of shortage, users will get a $80 Via Prepaid card instead. Users will need a redemption code [from the Verizon Daydream View page] to get the free headset. Currently, Verizon Wireless is the only US carrier to offer new Google smartphones. Users can also buy unlocked devices from Google

Google Pixel Pre-Orders Will Not Get a Free Daydream View Headset India

However, Indian users will not get a similar deal. In a new report, Google representative has confirmed that no such deal will be available in India. Indian users will have to purchase the Daydream View VR separately. The launch details of the new VR headset have not been revealed as yet.

The new smartphones are also priced a little higher in India. The Google Pixel is priced at Rs. 57,000 for the 32GB variant, and Rs. 66,000 for the 128GB variant. While the Google Pixel XL is priced at Rs. 67,000 for the 32GB variant, and Rs. 76,000 for the 128GB variant.

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones will be available for pre-sales in India from October 13 via Flipkart [online] and other retail stores such as like Reliance Digital and Vijay Sales [offline]. The new smartphones will be available by the end of this month.
Also, while the new smartphones were launched in multiple color options including Very Silver and Quite Black, and the Really Blue limited variant will not be released in India.