Google Has Restocked the Pixel Lineup, But How Long Before It Runs Out Again?


Update: Upon refreshing the website, we have found that Pixel has once again gone out of stock, adding more frustration for consumers in the process

Managing a healthy amount of Pixel stock has not been Google’s forte, but the company has managed to restock its latest smartphone lineup on its online store. If you want to get your hands on the latest smartphone from the tech giant, then it is strongly advised that you placed the order right now because knowing Google, the handset could be out of stock in a short period of time.

Not All Models of the Pixel Are Available at the Online Store – Here Are the Ones That Are Stocked

Browsing through the website, three models of the Pixel are available. The 5-inch handset is currently available in the following color models:

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  • Very Silver
  • Quite Black
  • Really Blue

However, the disappointing thing about the Pixel is that only the 32GB variant is available to purchase at the moment, coming in at $649. The 128GB storage version is unavailable and there’s no telling when it will be available to the public. With the market more attracted towards a larger smartphone, it isn’t surprising to see that the 5.5-inch Pixel XL is only available in 32GB of internal memory and priced at $769. The 128GB storage model is still unavailable except for the one that comes in a black color.

However, if you are in possession of a smartphone that fulfills the hardware specifications of running Daydream, then you will be very pleased to know that Google’s Daydream View headset is currently available for $49, marking a $30 discount. It isn’t much but most consumers might not be agreeable to pay $79 for just a headset, so in our opinion, it was a good move.

We will reiterate that if you’re on the lookout for a Pixel, its best to place your order right away otherwise someone else will end up being lucky.