Deal Alert: Get the Pixel 4 at Its Lowest Price to Date for $571

Google Pixel 4 Face Unlock Settings
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If you missed the Black Friday pricing on Google’s new Pixel 4, the smartphone is available again for a heavily discounted rate—even more so than the holiday sale. The 64 GB version is currently available on Amazon for $571, which is the lowest price to date and $228 off the phone’s launch price.

Both the white and black models of the 64 GB Pixel 4 are discounted, though the black one costs 99 cents more at $571.99. Likewise, the larger Pixel 4 XL can be had for an all-time low price of $613.79 if you buy the white one, and $661.95 for the black model.

The limited edition orange model isn’t nearly as discounted and has limited options as far as vendors go on Amazon, while the 128 GB models aren’t on sale at all except for the black Pixel 4 XL, which is only 9% off at $909.99. The rest appear to remain at full price.

Google Pixel 4 Color Comparison
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For comparison, the white 64 GB Pixel 4 was reduced to $600 during Google’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, while the 64 GB Pixel 4 XL was around $700 during that sale period. We also spotted a sweet deal in December that bundled a free Google WiFi router or Google Nest Hub with the purchase of a discounted Pixel 4, but again, today’s pricing stands as the best we’ve seen yet on just the Pixel 4 itself.

We gave the Pixel and Pixel 4 XL a review score of 8/10 after spending lots of time testing the handset. It’s not perfect—what smartphone is? But we were pretty impressed between the superb cameras, a mostly competent Face Unlock system that is made all the more handy with a radar proximity sensor, and a sexy display that can sometimes handle a refresh rate of 90 Hz (yes, sometimes—read the review).

The biggest drawback? A lame battery life that averaged five hours if we’re being overly generous. If that’s not a deal-breaker and you want the best Android experience you can get your hands on, the Pixel 4 is a tremendous value at $571.

Source: Amazon, CameCamelCamel via Engadget

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