The Google Pixel 2, the 2017 apple of the search giant’s smartphone eye, is almost at an end. The Pixel 2 may soon be dead, but long live the Pixel – the Google Pixel 3 has been here for a little while now and has replaced it entirely.
If you’ve been fancying the Pixel 2 for a while and really don’t want to splash the cash on the much costlier new phone, then you’ll have to strike pretty swiftly as we’re not sure how much longer this device will stay relevant. And the same goes for the Google Pixel 2 XL.
Whichever handset you covet, you can use our price comparison below to identify the best Pixel 2 deal for you. Google’s quest to build a smartphone as popular as the latest iPhone and Samsung Galaxy flagship mobiles took a massive step forward when the original Google Pixel launched last year. And its successor – the aptly named Google Pixel 2 – continued the stellar work and now the Google Pixel 3 has stepped that up even further.
Need some more convincing? Use the 10OFF voucher code from Mobiles.co.uk that knocks a tenner off the upfront cost of any deal from that retailer – it’s exclusive to TechRadar readers. And there’s a summary of our expert review at the bottom of the page.
There’s no doubt that the Pixel 2 was one of the very finest Android phones out there on release (and, to be fair, remains so), but the Pixel’s successor is a familiar story of incremental improvements rather than whole-scale change. The feature that might just get you buying are the top-of the-line cameras for photos and video. While the delightful screen, great-sounding speakers and slick Android operating system will all appeal to a range of smartphone users.