Google Pixel is now $200 cheaper with a free Daydream VR Headset

Written by Uzair Khalid ·  55 sec read >

Google Pixel is now at the cheapest price since its launch. The phone gets a $200 price cut and comes with a free Daydream VR headset.

The Google Pixel is now available for $524, down from $649 and the Google Pixel XL is available for $569, down from $769 giving you a total discount of $125 and $200 respectively. Moreover, both phones come with a free Daydream VR headset worth $79 to add more to your discount.

For now, the discount is available in the USA only as a part of Google’s “Back to School” discounts. If you are a resident of the United States, you can get the phone at the discounted price immediately from the official Google Store. Don’t forget to add the Daydream to your cart to get it for free. The discount should also affect the prices in Pakistan in near future.

Also read: Google Pixel 2 will pack the gorgeous looking S8-like curved display

Google Pixel is the first phone to be manufactured by Google. It comes with excellent design, a best in class camera and built in Google Assistant. It comes with Snapdragon 821 out of the box and features 4GB of RAM for smooth multitasking and up to 128GB of storage to allow you to store a lot of 4K videos and other data. The only differences between the Pixel and Pixel XL are the screen size and battery capacity.

Google will also announce Google Pixel 2 in a couple of months which is rumored to be manufactured by LG. Reportedly, it will have smaller bezels and will come without a headphone jack.

Written by Uzair Khalid
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