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Google is Offering "Loyal Nexus Owners" 20% Off the Pixel 2/2XL

21 February 2018

However, if patience is not one of your strong points, go ahead and buy the Pixel 2 for Rs 41,999 - you will not regret it.

Google's inquiries and investigations with Orrin (Google employee and also the Community Manager at Pixel User Community) asking for bug reports, the Pixel 2 replacement which they are offering necessarily imply that a software to fix the problem, has not been developed yet and fall under issues of hardware glitches. In fact, dpreview.com recently called the Pixel 2 the best smartphone out there for stills photographers. Likewise, customers can also buy the Pixel 2 (128GB) at an effective price of Rs 50,999, down from its Market Operating Price (MOP) of Rs 58,999 following the cashback.

As of mid-November previous year, there had been complaints from Pixel 2 users regarding random camera crashes, with an error which stated "The camera device encountered a fatal error", upon accessing the application, thereby rendering it incapable of further operations.

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The Pixel 2 and Pixel XL are available for flat discounts of Rs 11,001 and Rs 8001. The display is protected with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 5.

For today only, you can save $400 on the Pixel 2 XL from Big Red. The device comes with a rear mounted fingerprint sensor and packs a 2,700 mAh battery. Once the 24 months are up, you will have paid $449.76 for the 64GB variant or $549.84 for the 128GB variant. This is what they had to say about the Pixel 2 - "Thanks to clever software and machine learning, it's capable of extraordinary photographic image quality". The Pixel 2 is constantly available for less than Rs 45,000 on Flipkart making it one of the best value for money propositions around.

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