Earlier this month, Google has finally showcased its first set of smartphones, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. It is worth mentioning that these two smartphones are manufactured by Google inside-and-out and have a bunch of exclusive features up its sleeve.
The Google Pixel and Pixel XL pricing starts at Rs. 57,000 and reaches as high as Rs. 76,000 (for the 128GB variant of Pixel XL). Both the smartphones are up for pre-orders on Flipkart starting from today. The home-grown e-tailer is promising to deliver these smartphones by October 25.
Additionally, Flipkart is offering a slew of special offers on both the smartphones only to sweeten the deal. Let's take a look at the special offers.
Up to Rs. 27,000 off on exchange of old smartphones
Flipkart is offering up to Rs. 27,000 off on the smartphones to ease off the purchase. Meaning you'll be able to get the all new Google Pixel at just Rs. 30,000 (base model) if your old smartphone qualifies for the offer.
First 1000 customers get a 10% off gift voucher
The first 1000 lucky customers who pre-order the Google Pixel/ Pixel XL will get a gift voucher worth 10% of the smartphone's value. So, hurry up and pre-order the smartphone right away.
Google Pixel and Pixel XL
The smaller among the two features a 5-inch Full HD display and comes equipped with Qualcomm's latest chipset, the Snapdragon 821 SoC. Whereas Pixel's bigger sibling, the Pixel XL rocks a 5.5-inch AMOLED display with 2K resolution. Both the smartphones pack 4GB of RAM and are available in two storage variants - 32GB and 128GB.
Both the smartphones feature Google's AI-powered chatbot, the Google Assistant which will help make your life easier. Also, both of them sport a highest rated (DxO) camera ever seen on any smartphone. In terms of pixel count the Pixel and Pixel XL sport a 12.3 MP primary camera with support for HDR+ mode and other standard features.
Furthermore, they offer unlimited cloud storage space to store all videos and photos. Other special features include Daydream VR-compatibility, Google Duo, Pixel imprint, robust battery backup and not to mention the Android 7.0 Nougat.