There’s never been a better time to buy a Google Pixel 3.
This Android device has been cut price by numerous high street retailers with Google also slashing costs on its online store.
Most deals, including the one from Google, knocks £150 off the price of the Pixel 3 with the larger 3XL also dropped by £150.
Theses deals are good but there is one that’s even better with UK store, John Lewis, currently offering this flagship for just £489 – saving a whopping £250.
This deal is currently only available on the Not Pink model but it is one of the lowest ever prices for the Pixel.
If you want the bigger 3XL then John Lewis is also a good place to visit with the UK store offering this phone for £619 (64GB version) or £719 (128GB model).
There’s also six months of YouTube Premium thrown in as well.
These are very tempting offers but Google could soon announce something even cheaper.
Rumours continue to grow that a Pixel 3a and 3a XL are on their way with these devices looking likely to offer less impressive specs but at a much lower price.
It’s thought that the standard phone will arrive packing a 5.6-inch display, Qualcomm 670 processor and the same impressive single rear camera that’s found on the Pixel 3.
The XL could get similar specs but a larger 6-inch screen.
To add fuel to the speculation some recently leaked images by notable tipster Evan Blass claim to show how the 3a will look with one photo even revealing a new purple colour scheme.
So how much will these new phones cost?
There’s no official word from Google on a price or release date but a recent report from WinFuture has claimed that fans should expect to pay €450 – around £390.
If true it will make this new model considerably cheaper than anything Google has launched before.
Google has its yearly IO conference coming up with this major event taking place from May 7 and this could be a perfect time to reveal this new device.
We’ll have to wait and see but expect more news on this phone in the coming weeks.