If you are in India, and are in the market for a Google Pixel 2, you'll be glad to know that you'll have a chance to purchase the 64GB variant of the device at a steep discount this week. Online retailer Flipkart will be offering the standard Pixel 2 for INR 39,999 (around $620).
This currently translates into a discount of around $325, as the handset usually carries an INR 61,000 (around $925) price tag in the Asian country. Following is the complete breakup of this deal:
It's worth mentioning that you can also further save up to INR 18,000 (around $280) on an exchange. And that's not it, Flipkart is also offering a buyback guarantee of up to INR 36,000 (around $560) when you exchange your Pixel 2 unit later.
The sale begins December 7 and ends December 9.
Moving on, in other news, BlackBerry fans in the UK can currently save £50 on the Motion. Multiple retailers, including Amazon, Argos, and John Lewis are currently offering the device for £350, down from the usual £400 price tag.
No info on when this promo ends.
What issues? I've seen none reported as yet in the countries where it is officially released.
Still to expensive so no buy. By the way phone looks like a really badly cooked cake.