Google Pixel 2 XL With 128GB Of Storage Available Right Now For Just $117

Are you ready to get your hands on a gorgeous Android-powered popular smartphone for just $117.99? Of course, you! And that’s exactly what you can achieve if you take advantage of this deal that sees the price of a renewed Google Pixel 2 handset dropped to just $117.99.

Google’s Pixel 2 hardware may be a little dated and not comparative with the current $1,000+ smartphones on the market but, and let’s be honest here, when you are being asked to pay 1/10th of the price, then it’s a trade-off that a lot of people are willing to make. After all, it’s still a highly reputable smartphone that offers some serious power and excellent features that have paved the way for newer Pixel devices.

It comes with a gorgeous 5-inch AMOLED display that offers a 1080-by-1920 pixel resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 as well as an always-on display. The initial version of the hardware shipped with Android 8.0 and has a Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon chipset with an octa-core CPU. There is no external memory card slot on this device but you are getting 128GB of internal storage, which should be more than enough for a lot of people.

The Pixel experience was originally built around the stunning photography that the device is capable of, which is going to be immediately evident with this device. Even though it is four years old. And, what’s even better is that you get to save money due to the fact that it’s part of the Amazon Renewed initiative.

If you are happy to take advantage of the Amazon Renewed initiative in order to save money on hardware, then you should know exactly what to do by now. Simply head on over to the direct link below and secure this deal, right now, while you still can. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price.

Buy: Google Pixel 2 XL 128 GB, Black (Renewed) from Amazon: $119.99

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