You can now buy a refurbished Pixel 3 from $249
If Google's most affordable phone of the moment, the $349 Pixel 4a, is still too expensive for your budget, but you're dead set on your next phone being a Pixel, here's something for you.
The company has started to offer refurbished Pixel 3 units through its official online store in the US, and these start at just $249. For that amount of cash you're getting 64GB of storage (and have a choice between Clearly White and Just Black colorways), whereas if you need 128GB then you'll have to pay $279 and settle for Just Black.
These prices are for unlocked devices, of course, and they come with a one-year warranty. However, you should be aware that software support for the Pixel 3 will end in October of next year.
These are refurbished by Google, and that means they should be in great, almost as new condition. We're assuming there's a limited number of handsets up for grabs in this manner, so if you're interested then don't waste any time before you order one for yourself from the Source link below.
- 28 Jan 2021
Man thats wrong. Refurbrished and brand new is completely opposite. Refurbrished is made from used materials. Like when old Iphone 8 were used for making Iphone SE2
- 25 Jan 2021
Ermm refurbished basically means a bargain new phone
- 11 Dec 2020
Any refurbrished phone no matter the brand is far worse than a new not refurbrised device. Refurbrished means made from used materials. This is worse weaker, get heated faster battery is used too and thus is not good at all.