Where to Buy Google Pixel and Pixel XL in India

Now that the new Google Pixel phones are official, India will be getting the new phones later this month. These new phones are powered by Android 7.1 Nougat and feature high-end specs as the phone is set to compete with the likes of Samsung Galaxy S7 and iPhone 7. Google has chosen three different partners for selling the new Pixels in India: Flipkart, Reliance Digital and Croma.

Google Pixel and Pixel XL include some of the best technical specifications we have seen in an Android phone: Snapdragon 821, 4GB RAM, 12 megapixels camera and USB-C. The two phones will be only available in silver and black colours. The new blue colour is limited to US only, but we do home to see it soon in India as well.


If you are residing in India, here is where you can buy the new Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL:

Buy Google Pixel from Flipkart

Flipkart is a popular online platform in India and they will be stocking up on the latest Google Pixel phones. Pre-orders start from October 13, and the starting price has been confirmed to be ₹57,000. As the launch gets closer, there will be promotions and deals by Flipkart to make more people buy the phone.

Buy Google Pixels from Flipkart

Buy Google Pixel from Reliance Digital

Indian Reliance Digital network will also be bringing the new Pixel phones to their customers. More details about the phone’s availability, pricing models and other information will be released by next week, closer to the start of pre-orders. In India, you will be able to pre-order any of the Google Pixel phones on October 13.

Both the phones will be made available at various Reliance Digital outlets all across India.

Buy Google Pixel from Croma

You will be able to buy the new Google Pixel phones from Croma, starting October 13. Croma is known to have the best pricing models and offers for their customers, so keep a look out on what they unveil in the coming days regarding the Pixel and Pixel XL.

What do you think of the starting Google Pixel price tag of ₹57,000 in India? We would love to know your views on this in the comments below.

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