Deal | Google's Pixel 6 Pro with 128GB of storage is now cheaper than ever on Amazon ↺
Pixel smartphones are the premier choice for Android enthusiasts who enjoy the purest version of Google's world-known mobile operating system. While the upcoming Google Pixel 7 may receive some notable improvements over the current devices, prospective smartphone buyers with a limited budget might still want to take a look at the latest deal for the Google Pixel 6 Pro on Amazon.
To be more precise, Amazon has now discounted the perfectly usable 128GB version of the aforementioned Google Pixel 6 Pro by a notable US$250, which brings the flagship Android smartphone down to its lowest sale price ever at just US$649. This deal applies for both the Stormy Black and Sorta Sunny color variants. According to the usually accurate price tracker at Camelcamelcamel, this is even cheaper than the enticing price that Amazon promoted during its hectic Prime Day last month, which means that prospective buyers who have missed out on that deal now get an even better chance to buy the current Google Pixel 6 Pro at a very reasonable price.
In our comprehensive review of the Google Pixel 6 Pro, we praised the bright and color-accurate 6.7-inch OLED display and its fast 120Hz refresh rate as well as the quick Google Tensor SoC. Furthermore, this top-notch Android smartphone comes with an IP68 certification for water and dust resistance, and we also liked the powerful triple-camera setup as well as the long support for software updates. All in all, the Google Pixel 6 Pro is an outstanding smartphone, especially at the currently discounted deal price of just US$649 at Amazon.
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