Google slashes $200 from Pixel phone price amid back to school sale

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With the Galaxy Note 8, new iPhones, Pixel 2s, LG V30, and other handsets on the horizon, we'll soon be spoilt for choice when it comes to buying a flagship smartphone. Apart from this, the latest report adds that these smartphones will not have thin bezels.

Especially now with most manufacturers going "bezel-less", the Pixel 2 is set to be an equally divisive phone, if not more. The standard Pixel smartphone which is smaller in size compared to the XL model is now being sold for $524. It will also have a single rear camera and the headphone jack might also be removed. It is about $125 less than the previous cost which makes it a sweet offer to go for.

Folks at GSMArena have published a live photo of Google Pixel 2.

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Stereo speakers: You can clearly see a speaker cutout both above and below the phone's screen, making it pretty likely that this new model will have better audio.

Those huge bezels: In fairness to Google, you're likely to see equally large bezels on the iPhone 7S or iPhone 8 or whatever Apple decides to call its standard iPhone this year. Ahead of the new phone's launch, the search engine giant has slashed the price of its current phones.

However, according to AndroidBeat.com, if you have purchased Pixel or Pixel XL smartphones recently through Google at the full price, you can contact Google's customer care and get the additional money refunded. The in-hand feel was reportedly better than the original Pixel, sleek and elegant. The most interesting and wallet-friendly one is for the Pixel and Pixel XL, which are being sold at as much as $200 off, and you get a Daydream VR headset thrown in the mix.

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