Buy the new Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL and get a second Pixel 4 for free!
Google just announced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL yesterday. Surely it's going to be a while before we see any deals for these amazing new phones, right? Wrong! And don't call me Shirley! Check out Verizon where you can buy the Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL and get a second one for free. As long as you buy one Pixel 4, and add your new smartphone to a new line on one of Verizon's Unlimited plans, you will receive a monthly credit toward a second phone over the course of 24 months. Those credits will add up to a total of $800, which happens to be what a Pixel 4 costs.
You can buy whatever capacity or color of the Pixel 4 you want or even upgrade to the Pixel 4 XL. As long as your second phone is of equal or lesser value to the first, you'll still get the credits. Obviously if you go for two Pixel 4 XL phones it won't be like getting one for free because the $800 credit won't change, but you'll still be saving $800 no matter how you slice it. Both versions of the phone are available in black, white, and orange at a 64GB or 128GB capacity.
Read our hands-on preview of these amazing new phones to see what they have to offer. Although we're eager to fully test them out and see just how well they live up to the hype, Andrew Martonik said "These are beautiful phones with good enough specs, clean and fast software, some great Google-exclusive features, impressive camera capabilities and all-new standouts like advanced face unlock and Motion Sense gestures."
This isn't the only deal out there for the Pixel 4 right now, either. You can also pre-order the smartphone on Amazon and get a $100 gift card. If you're planning to buy a fancy new case or other accessories, that gift card can go a long way.
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Interesting - from another poster - "According to DisplayMate, the Pixel 4 tops out at 444 nits." This should have been in a review... should have been in several reviews...
Unless you root it. Then you can get it up to a whopping 610 nits.