For a limited time only, Woot has the Google Pixel 2 64GB smartphone factory unlocked and on sale in new condition for $249.99. Woot's deals only last for one day, but they also tend to sell out before the day is up. Other retailers sell the Pixel 2 in refurbished condition for around $200 and new versions for $300 or more. You're getting this at a good price that splits the difference.
This is a limited-time Woot sale. The phone is compatible with all major U.S. carriers. It has Android 8.0 Oreo, a 1080p AMOLED screen, a Snapdragon 835 processor, USB-C, and a 2700mAh battery with fast charge. Comes with 90-day Woot warranty.
$300.00 $50 off
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The Pixel 2 is equipped with a 1080p 441ppi AMOLED display, unlimited Cloud storage, and 4GB of RAM, along with a 12.2MP f/1.8 rear camera, 8MP front camera, and the ability to record 1080p video at 120fps. This is an Android phone through-and-through, and it's even capable of bringing up the Google Assistant when you squeeze it. You'll get free unlimited storage for your photos and videos, too, thanks to Google. Get HDR+ integrated into your favorite apps like Instagram or Snapchat, and use the image stabilization to keep your videos looking good.
Our initial review of the Pixel 2 gives a much more thorough explanation of its features, benefits, and downsides, so be sure to read that over if you're looking for more information. In our followup from a year later, Joe Maring said "if you want to save a couple hundred bucks and don't need to have the very latest and greatest, the Pixel 2 is still a damn good phone one year later." It's also worth noting the Pixel 2 had a guarantee of three years of updates, so it will still be getting support through at least 2020.
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