The Pixel 4 is a great all-around flagship with some of the best cameras you'll find. And while we've seen plenty of Pixel deals in the past — today Best Buy is offering the Pixel deal we've been waiting for.
For a limited time, Best Buy has the Pixel 4 (64GB) on sale for $449.99. That's a whopping $350 off and one of the best Pixel deals we've seen. To get this discounted price, you'll need to purchase the unlocked version and activate your Pixel with Sprint, Verizon, or AT&T. (Sprint activations drop the price to $399.99). Best Buy also has the Pixel 4 XL on sale for $549.99. Again, that's $350 off or activate on Sprint to drop the price to $499.99.
Google Pixel 4: was $799 now $449 @Best Buy
Google's Pixel 4 offers one of the best smartphone cameras ever in a compact design along with swift performance and Android 10 software. Best Buy is taking a whopping $350 off when you purchase the unlocked phone and activate it during checkout with Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T.View Deal
Google Pixel 4 XL: was $899 now $549 @ Best Buy
Google's Pixel 4 XL offers a big screen, great power, and Android 10. It also packs a camera that rivals the iPhone 11 Pro for a much cheaper price. Best Buy is taking a whopping $350 off when you purchase the unlocked phone and activate it during checkout with Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T. These are the best Pixel 4 deals we've ever seen.View Deal
Google's Pixel 4 devices come with plenty of power under the hood. They each sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and 64GB of storage. Since the devices are running a clean version of Android 10, you'll be sure to get Android the way it was meant to be designed.
Tom's Guide reviewed the 5.7-inch Pixel 4 and 6.3-inch Pixel 4 XL and awarded both models four stars out of five. They're among the best Android phones you can get and at their current promotional price, they're perfect for anyone looking to save money.
The biggest upgrade for both phones comes courtesy of their camera. Google has improved everything from the Night Sight mode to offering dual exposure controls on both handsets. You also get a faster Google Assistant and handy tools like a Recorder app that can transcribe voice recordings on the fly.