Just yesterday, Google soared high after it unveiled its new Pixel Smartphones. Gone are the days of the wishy-washy Nexus upgrades that make users go "blah". Google kicks off with new devices which look much more like top of the line handsets. Noteworthy of mentioning is its heavy weight features such as astounding camera specs and free unlimited media storage - yes, selfies can now take the road to forever.
To target more customers than before, not only does Google need to do well in the marketing game, making their devices easily accessible to its customers through different carriers is a big plus.
So the question now is: where should you buy the latest google smartphones?
We round up with several carriers to help users ease their search for the new Google Smartphones - Pixel and Pixel XL.
In Verizon, the pricing starts at $649 for the Pixel in its 32GB variant in all three color variants (Quite Black, Really Blue and Very Silver). The Pixel XL fall at $769 for the 32GB variant. 128GB models are also available for an extra $100. Alternatively, customers can also take advantage of Verizon's monthly pricing plans, which also start at $27 per month.
Pixel and Pixel XL phones unlocked with full compatibility in all U.S. carriers starts at the Price of $649 for Pixel's 5-inch 32GB and sprints up to $749 for the 128GB of storage. The larger Pixel XL will add $120 to that price for the either model. Monthly financing options through Google's new Google Store-exclusive financing program are also available starting at $27 a month, 9to5Google reported.
Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphone will be available in Best Buy at a full price. However the device has yet to be put up on its website.
Project Fi, Google's own cellular service is also offering both of the smartphones at a retail price and with monthly pricing plans. Retail starts at $649 for the 32GB Pixel and monthly pricing begins at $27 per month.
TELUS, Bell, and Rogers will be carrying the Pixel and the Pixel XL in Canada starting on October 20th. Both devices will also be sold unlocked through WirelessWave, but no further information is available yet.
In the UK Telstra, EE, Deutsche Telekom, and Dixons Carphone will be officially offering the Pixel and Pixel XL, but Carphone Warehouse will also be offering the device.
According to Phone Arena, the new Google Pixel and Pixel XL already started their pre-orders immediately after announcement in the US, U.K., Canada, Germany and Australia, having a release date pegged for October 20.