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Don’t Wait If You Can’t Afford It

Don’t Wait If You Can’t Afford It

If you're on a tight budget, don't wait around for the Google Pixel 2 lineup. These phones aren't budget-friendly like the Nexus devices of old. Google is fighting for premium buyers along with Samsung and Apple and will price these phones accordingly. 

A prime example is the Google Pixel XL from 2016. Google rarely offers sales and the phone still cost $870 for the 128GB model. That is a lot of money, and we're expecting similar or even higher pricing for the bigger better Google Pixel XL 2 in 2017. 

When you factor in a big 6-inch bezel-free screen, faster specs, water-resistance and other things this phone could cost a decent amount more than the Pixel XL last year. Even the 5-inch regular Pixel 2 will likely ring in around $649 or $699. Although a few reports think the Pixel 2 will target a more budget conscious shopper. 

Looking at a $960 Galaxy Note 8 and a $1,000 iPhone, Google could up the price of its phones too. 

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