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The unlocked Google Pixel 4 price has dropped to an all-time low of $499. That’s almost half the original price.

Retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and the Google Store are currently offering this deal ($300 discount on the standard Pixel 4 64 GB).

The larger Pixel 4 XL has also received a similar discount, now down to $599 at these retailers. You can score another $50 discount at Best Buy if you activate the phone the same day. This will bring the price down to $549.

It’s not clear for how long these deals will run through, but Google’s promotion runs until May 9th. Either way, they won’t last forever.

As a quick review, the Google Pixel 4 features a 5.7-inch Full HD display and a notch-less screen with a 90Hz refresh rate.

The Pixel 4’s camera setup is Google’s first smartphone with a dual rear lens configuration, with a secondary telephoto camera bringing digital zoom up to 5X.

There’s also a new super-fast face unlock as well as support for Motion Sense hand gestures.

Regardless of how good a deal is, we always recommend you to check our smartphone buying guide before making any purchase decision. You’ll find useful tips to help you get more value for your money.

If you want to get your hands on the Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL, you can check out the deals via the buttons below.

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Herby has a healthy obsession with all things technology, especially smartphones. He loves to rip things apart to see how they work. He is responsible for the editorial direction, strategy, and growth of Gotechtor.

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