The Google Pixel 4 series is arguably the most controversial entry in Google’s flagship phone range. Between the standard Pixel’s small battery and the move to ditch fingerprint unlock in favor of face unlock, the series certainly polarized enthusiasts.
In saying so, there’s still a lot to like here, and Amazon has slashed the price of the entire series as part of its ongoing Prime Day promotion. In fact, the 64GB Pixel 4 now starts at just $449. Meanwhile, the 128GB Pixel 4 can be yours for only $100 extra.
Need a bigger screen and battery? Then the Pixel 4 XL has also seen a price cut, with the 64GB model now available for $549 and the 128GB model setting you back $649.
No matter which phone you choose, you’re getting a $350 discount off the original launch pricing. And the phones also deliver a 90Hz OLED screen, Motion Sense gestures, a Snapdragon 855 chipset that’s more powerful than the Pixel 5‘s chipset, and a dual rear camera setup (12MP main, 16MP telephoto).
This deal means that you could get a Pixel 4 flagship for a cheaper price than the $500 Pixel 4a 5G. You can check out the discounted Pixel 4 series on Amazon via the button below.
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