Amazon is now selling Google’s Pixel 3A and 3A XL

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For the first time ever, Amazon is directly selling one of Google’s Pixel phones — two of them, actually. The leading online retailer has begun offering the Pixel 3A and 3A XL at their respective $399 and $479 price points. These are “sold by Amazon.com” in the US, not by a third-party Amazon seller. Free shipping for Prime members applies.

It doesn’t seem that Amazon is selling the regular Pixel 3 and 3 XL at this time, however. The end of Verizon’s exclusivity deal with Google led to other US carriers selling both the newer 3A handsets and the midcycle Pixel 3 devices. Maybe Amazon decided that it didn’t make much sense to offer the flagship at a point when most people who would buy it, well, probably already have.

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