Google only released the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL last fall, but we saw some stellar discounts on them during the Black Friday weekend and in the run-up to the holidays. We've also more recently started to see carriers offering some greater incentives for grabbing a Pixel 4 device on contract. However, none of the deals we have seen thus far compare to today's direct price drop on the Pixel 4 at Amazon. Right now, the 64GB Clearly White Pixel 4 is down to just $571. That's $228 off its retail price and the lowest it has fallen directly since its release. The Just Black version is only $1 more if you prefer that colorway.
The larger Pixel 4 XL is also seeing some huge price cuts with as much as $285 off. These record low prices aren't likely to stick around for long though, so you want to place an order before each sells out or jumps back up to its MSRP.
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If you don't want to sign up for a long-term contract, you can buy the Google Pixel 4 outright for its lowest price yet via Amazon. With almost $230 off, now's a great time to upgrade. Pixel 4 XL devices are also seeing discounts today.
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The Pixel 4 has a 5.7-inch Full HD display and the XL version packs a 6.3-inch Quad HD panel, with both being roughly the same physical size as their predecessors. Both models now have notchless screens that feature a 90Hz refresh rate. The Pixel 4's camera setup sees Google moving to a dual rear lens configuration for the first time, with a secondary telephoto camera bringing digital zoom up to 5X. There's also a new super-fast face unlock as well as support for Motion Sense hand gestures.
The benefit of buying the handset outright from Amazon is that you're not tied into a long-term monthly contract or stuck with a particular carrier. The phones are provided unlocked so you can use them with the carrier of your choice. B&H has a couple of deals worth checking out on unlocked Pixel 4 devices too, though those deals feature B&H gift cards rather than direct price drops.
We've spent a bunch of hands-on time with the latest Pixel handsets and have written up our thoughts in our full Pixel 4 review, so be sure to check out our coverage for all you need to know. We've also got you covered when it comes to the best Pixel 4 accessories.
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