256GB Pixels Incoming?

anon(847090)

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Its a shame that google cant keep up with the demand(or perhaps HTC)
128gb is out of stock for a long time and many are waiting for those models..
no wonder google or HTC dont sell a lot of devices.. its so stupid..

I am sure HTC has the capacity because their sales are down now.
 

DJM626

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If anything, it needs to go the other way! 64 would be nice even though I know it's not in the cards.

I will be able to hold off until the next version of the pixel comes out. Unless..........
 

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$18.33, $23.33 or $28.33 a month with trade in.

lol..28.33 for 24 months is only $679. I think the 256GB model will be considerable more than that.
The XL 128 is $879 and reg pixel 128 is $749 so the 256GB models will be a LOT more than those prices.
 

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lol..28.33 for 24 months is only $679. I think the 256GB model will be considerable more than that.
The XL 128 is $879 and reg pixel 128 is $749 so the 256GB models will be a LOT more than those prices.

I guess you missed the part about the trade in.
 

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Fingers crossed that there is a 256 coming. I held off the XL simply because I need more than 128GB storage.

(Or, Google could just add an mSD slot... LOL)
 

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I don't think Verizon would make a mistake like that, especially since its been repeated many times. It would be logical for Google to include a 256GB variant so it can compete with Apple. I just hope we don't see that dreaded $9xx price tag. Has to be $8xx or less. But never the less, pretty exciting!
 

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I'd rather see Google clean up their order/shipping process, getting all back orders filled, and then think about adding another option to the Pixel line.

I don't blame anyone for not sticking with the Pixel phone after the way the distribution process has gone. I understand this is a new phone, demand must have far exceeded expectations, and all the "ooops" stuff, but there comes a time when the act better be cleaned up or close down.