Google Pixel Now Available at Verizon Stores, But No XL 128GB

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The wait is over. As you might have seen last night, the Pixel hit Verizon’s online web portal for purchase, but starting today, you can head into your local Verizon retail shop and experience the Pixel from Google for yourself.

On a sad or happy note, I haven’t determined which quite yet, Verizon will have zero Pixel XL 128GB units at physical stores, due to the device being completely sold out. Is that surprising? Well, sort of, considering it’s the most expensive model. Apparently, people out there really need those GBs.

On a related note, the V20 from LG is also available online for purchase.

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