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Ahead of the Google Pixel 6A launch, Google has reduced the price of the Pixel 6 flagship smartphone. It was up for grabs at an all-time low price of $499, however, stock has been destroyed as buyers jump at this stunning deal.
The Google Pixel 6 was launched last year, bringing some new and exciting features to the smartphone world.
Alongside the Pro version, the Pixel 6 hasn’t really seen any discounts since its launch.
However, that all changed yesterday, with Amazon Prime Day seeing the smartphone drop to an all-time low price of $499.
That’s right, Google have reduced the phone by $100 for Prime Day, making the flagship phone far greater value than the imminent Pixel 6A – which goes up for pre order in just under 10 days time.
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Remaining Amazon Prime Day Google Pixel deals
If you’re still keen on purchasing the high-anticipated smartphone through Amazon, there are a couple of variations still up for grabs.
For example, The Google Pixel 6 (GSM Only) currently retails for $539. Additionally, the Google Pixel 6 Pro is currently slashed by around $200, now retailing on Amazon for $699.
If you’re interested in any of the Google Pixel 6 deals, check all the relevant links below:
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