Google Has Discontinued the Pixel 2 Series, but Here’s How You Can Get the Pixel 2 XL for Just $200

Apr 4, 2019

Google's Pixel range has slowly established themselves as one of the best Android phones around and if the cost is one thing that holds you back from buying a Pixel phone, Best Buy and Verizon have a deal for you. However, the deal is for the previous generation Pixel 2 XL and not the Pixel 3 series so if you want advanced hardware at a low price, you might want to wait for the rumored Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL instead.

The Pixel 2 XL is fueled by the Snapdragon 835 SoC and has 4GB of RAM. It sports a 6-inch P-OLED display, comes with a 12MP rear camera, and packs in a 3520mAh battery. Granted, these specifications might seem outdated, but with the latest deal, the value proposition has increased exponentially.

If you get the Pixel 2 XL from Best Buy with Verizon's two-year payment plan, you will just have to pay $8.32 a month. After 24 installments, you would have paid $199.68 for the 64GB variant of the phone in the color Just Black. This means you will be saving a whopping $650.16 on the phone that would otherwise cost you $ 850. If you do not want to pay monthly installments, you can also pay $399.99 up front, but that would reduce the total discount to $450.

For a phone that would cost you around $200 with this deal, the Pixel 2 XL is actually a great phone with a fantastic camera and regular software updates. So, while the device may not appeal to you if you are looking for a 2019 flagship, it is great for those on a tight budget.

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