Last week, Google pushed its monthly security patch update for July out to supported devices and we brought the news to you in our weekly series. If you have one of four Google phones and had trouble pulling the update from settings, you were not alone. There seemed to be an issue and thankfully Google recognized it and got it fixed right away.
If you’re on Verizon or thinking about switching to the carrier, there’s an opportunity to buy Google’s newest flagship smartphone for $400 less than usual. You don’t see an offer with this much savings everyday, though there are some precautions. Here’s what you need to know before making a purchase.
It’s not often Google smartphones go on sale, especially just six months after their release. But Google’s exclusive carrier partner for last year’s Pixel 2 XL flagship, Verizon, has a bold offer you can take advantage of shall you stay with the carrier for two years.
Verizon deals are not unfamiliar, but the US carrier’s latest promotion is an interesting one. For a limited time only, Verizon is running a deal for both current and new subscribers who trade up to get either a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL from Google. These are Google’s latest and baddest phones and while the deal lasts, buyers will save money and get some freebies.
Droid Turf is back with another tech giveaway for April and it’s another screen protector! This month we’re selecting one winner who will receive a tempered glass screen protector for Google’s Pixel 2 XL smartphone, made by Auideas. The giveaway will run for approximately one month before closing on April 28.
The Google Store is one of the best options if you want to buy an unlocked Google Pixel 2. And right now, Google is sweetening the deal for the larger Pixel 2 XL smartphone.
Droid Turf is back with another tech giveaway for March! This month we’re selecting one winner who will receive a tempered glass screen protector for Google’s Pixel 2 XL smartphone, made by MagicGuardz. The giveaway will run for approximately one month before closing on March 31.
Over the weekend, there was an outburst in comments on a Reddit thread in the Google Pixel subreddit. A trusted source looked to see what was going on, and discovered that more than just a few Nexus device owners seem to be receiving email about a 20% discount on Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL.