Through a massive advertising blitz across platforms, e-tailer giant Flipkart has announced that it is offering a lucrative deal.
The much awaited Google Pixel and Google Pixel Xl are here. You want to buy it but your wallet is holding you back from purchasing the gadget! Don’t get disheartened by this. Through a massive advertising blitz across platforms, e-tailer giant Flipkart has announced that it is offering a lucrative deal. Buyers will get attractive offers on the exchange of their old phones. That means you have to bid adieu to your old smartphone in order to get this cool gadget. In another flat offer, Flipkart has tied up with private sector lender HDFC bank to entice customers. If you possess a HDFC credit card then you can utilise it to the maximum effect as Flipkart is offering Rs 7,000 cashback on HDFC Bank credit card. But both the offers come with a few riders. To avail the exchange one, buyers need to hurry as the last date is November 25. For the credit card thing, you have your time till November 30. Notably, Google Pixel and Google Pixel Xl went for pre-order in India along with other 6 nations. Google had claimed that this time it has complete control over its products; from start to finish, as it contracted with HTC instead of its previous alliances to manufacture handsets.
The smartphones will be mad available in Blue, Quite Black and Silver colour variants. Although, Blue is the colour that is said to be most sought after. The smartphones are offering an internal storage of 32GB and 128GB, depending on the model and the price. The 32GB Pixel would cost you around Rs, 57,000, whereas the 128GB variant would make you pay RS 66,000. Similarly, the Pixel XL starts with a price tag of RS 67,000 for the 32GB variant, whereas the 128GB model costs RS 76,000. The Google Pixel sports a 5-inch full HD screen with 1080×1920 pixels and AMOLED display.
The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4. The Pixel XL has a slightly bigger screen with 5.5-inch Full HD with the same resolution and protection. The smartphones also offer cloud services, which means that the users get to store as many photos and videos as they want. Both the smartphones run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 61-bit-quad-core chipset, that clock 2.15GHz. Both the smartphones offer 4GB RAM and run on the new Android Nougat 7.1 OS.