Although the Pixel 2 came out in 2017, it’s still a very relevant device today. In fact, several of our staff use it as their everyday phone and are quite happy with it. Owners can also get an early view at Android Q, so it makes a lot of sense people would still want to buy one, especially when you can get it for $300 off. Google, however, thinks it’s time for buyers to consider purchasing the newer Pixel 3 and is taking the older version off its store’s shelves. Read More
Google stops selling the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL on its store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
The Active Edge feature is a neat addition to the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3, allowing both devices to go without a dedicated Google Assistant button. Should you be willing to root or install a third-party app, a new hidden setting gives you the ability to reassign the squeeze function to another assistant on your Pixel 2 or Pixel 3 handset. more…
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With the launch of the Pixel 3 in October, Google discounted the Pixel 2 XL. This marked the second year that the last-generation Made by Google phone saw a price drop. The Google Store is now discounting both the Pixel 2 and 2 XL by $50 until New Year’s Eve.
The Pixel 2’s still going strong all this time later.
If you want a smartphone with the best camera possible, you really can’t do any better than the Google Pixel 3. It’s kind of mind-blowing just how much magic Google’s able to work with a single rear camera and its usual software tricks, and just like last year, the end result is photos that look better than anything else out there.