Amazon Charges Google Pixel More Than Its Actual Cost
Google Pixel is one of the famous Android smartphones to date. With its impressive features and specifications, there is no doubt as to why everyone would want to have one of their own. Sources told that both the Pixel and Pixel XL are already sold out in Google Store. Will any online store take advantage of this situation? Where could one get a Google Pixel and Pixel XL?
Pixel Already Sold Out In Google Store, Amazon Tries To Sell Device On A Higher Mark-up
According to BGR, it is believed that Google has done its best effort to keep the Google Pixel and Pixel XL on its sold out position. Sources stated that according to estimates, there has been plenty of times that the carrier has sold too much. However, Amazon kept their site available for the Pixel selling but with a higher markup than the usual. It is believed that the 128GB Pixel XL purchased in Amazon could cost you more than $1.500, excluding the sales tax.
It is believed that it is not an error as some online sellers are trying to sell the phone at a great markup as well. Prices range from $1,387 to $1,799.99, close enough to the price in Amazon. It is also reiterated that the Google Pixel XL will cost you $869, excluding tax, if it would not be available at Google or Verizon.
Google Pixel Or XL Already Sold Out In Google Store, Users Currently In Waiting Game
Publications suggested that it would be better if users would just wait at this point, considering the fact that its popularity could lessen any time now. Sources told that there would be a new wave of Android smartphones that would be available in the market real soon; this includes Galaxy S8 and LG G6 that would have its release this year.
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