Experience The Best Of Android World With Pixel 4 For Just $203.99

Google’s stunning Pixel 4 smartphone complete with 64GB of internal capacity and powered by the Android platform is currently available with a big discount applied. For those that buy now, the price of this renewed device has been dropped down to just $203.99.

Google’s Pixel 4 smartphone may have been initially released in 2019 but it’s still an excellent purchase at this price. And, in all honesty, it’s still quite performant and will be a great device for a lot of people. It came with Android 10 pre-installed but could benefit from ongoing Android updates. It also benefits from the Qualcomm SM8150 Snapdragon 855 chipset with an octa-core CPU and Adreno 640 GPU.

The internal 64GB storage should be enough for most people to install their important apps and games. Especially when you consider that music and video-based content is mostly streamed these days through services like Netflix, YouTube, and Spotify, to name just a few. The Pixel 4 also has a stunning 5.7-inch display offering a 1080 x 2280 pixel resolution. Owners will also benefit from an “always-on” display that is tasked with providing important information at a glance. No more unlocking the device to view the time, date, or other important notifications.

Owners will get all of the connectivity options that they’d expect from a modern smartphone (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS) and will benefit from a stunning camera experience thanks to the dual-lens system that sits proudly on the rear of the Pixel 4.

The direct purchase link that will let you take advantage of this great deal is listed below. There are no discount codes or coupons required. Just act quickly if you want to capitalize on a discount that equates to 41% knocked off the usual selling price.

Buy: Google Pixel 4, 64GB, Unlocked and Renewed from Amazon: $203.99 | Original price: $349.95

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