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Google continues to offer Black Friday pricing on its Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones… but Best Buy is knocking an extra $19 off the Pixel 8’s sale price, bringing it down to $531.

Prices for the Pixel 8 Pro still start at $799 at most retailers (marked down from the $999 list price). But there’s also a cheaper option for folks looking for a recent Pixel phone with 12GB of RAM and a telephoto camera: Woot is selling last year’s Pixel 7 Pro for $600.

Google Pixel 7 Pro for $600

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  1. I don’t care who google sends, i’m still not upgrading from my pixel 5 until they make the phones smaller and officially support dp-alt mode out.

  2. Razor for 500 is ok price for a decent phone you don’t need a case for it if slipperiness is your main issue. It comes with at leastsome of the Thinkphone security features as far as I can tell. A far better value than the zFlip5