Many Google Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X fans were unable to make the shift to the newer Google Pixel and Pixel XL thanks to the sudden change in Google’s pricing strategy.
Before the Google Pixel phones, many had become fans of Google Nexus lineup thanks to a number of reasons – stock Android OS, fast and timely updates as well as competitive pricing. The 2015 Google Nexus 6P, a high-end smartphone with the same characteristics as the likes of HTC One M9, Sony Xperia Z5 and a bunch of other 2015 flagships, was priced at just $499 for the entry-level variant with 32GB storage. The smaller Google Nexus 5X came in priced at $379 for the base model of 16GB.
When the Google Pixel and Pixel XL came to life, many were still hopeful that the two will keep the competitive pricing strategy that had seen not just the Google Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X become a success, but also the entire Nexus lineup. Now, if you have been unable to make the switch due to the high price tags that the Pixel phones came with, someone on eBay has you at heart.
An eBay seller by the name Never MSRP and with a positive feedback of 99.8% is selling a brand new Google Pixel with $50 off the normal price. This means that you get to pay $599.99 for the smaller Pixel phone, which has 5 inches of Full HD display and a smaller 2770mAh battery unit, but the rest of the specs remain the same as the larger Pixel XL.
To make the deal look more legit, the seller has a 30 days money back guarantee or alternatively, you may get a replacement unit, just in case you don’t like the original shipment. However, you’ll be responsible for the shipping charges for returning the device to the seller.
Do keep in mind that this is an international variant of the Google Pixel and as such, it will only work with GSM carriers such as AT&T and T-Mobile, but there’s no room for Verizon and Sprint.