The overly market saturation is really hitting top tech giants. This is forcing most companies to review the price of their products. If you can recall, Google announced in October that the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will be sold at $799/€849 or $899/€949. But now, the device can be gotten at a lower price in two major markets – the US and Germany.
Google is now offering the device at a $150 whooping discount in its stores in the US. What it means now is that the 64GB Google Pixel 3 variant will be sold at $649 while the 128GB variant will be sold at $749. This offer is both for the unlocked smartphones and those bought with a plan from Google Fi and Verizon.
The Pixel 3 XL is not left out of the good news. The 64GB of the Pixel 3 XL will now be sold at $749 while the 128GB variant will be sold at $849. You will get up to $400 trade – in options depending on the smartphone you are returning.
The deal in Germany is even far much better – all phones are down €250 which is its lowest European price to date. The Google Pixel 3 XL is €699 while the Google Pixel 3 is €599. There is no 128GB storage and there is also no pink colour option.