For the first time, Amazon sells one of Google's pixel phones directly – two of them. The leading online retailer now offers the Pixel 3A and 3A XL for $ 399 and $ 479, respectively. These are sold in the US by Amazon.com and not by a third-party Amazon. For Prime members, shipping is free.
However, it does not seem that Amazon currently sells the regular Pixel 3 and 3 XL. The end of Verizon's exclusive agreement with Google resulted in other US carriers selling both the newer 3A mobile phones and the Midcycle Pixel 3 devices. Perhaps Amazon has decided that it does not make much sense to offer the flagship at a time when most people who would buy it probably already have it.
The addition of Pixel 3A to its unlocked phone line by Amazon is another sign of improving the relationship between itself and Google. Last month, both companies announced a solution to a stubborn stalemate that kept YouTube out of Amazon's Fire TV platform for more than a year. YouTube will return to Fire TV earlier this year, and Amazon will add Chromecast support to its Prime Video app for phones after the feature was previously ignored. However. Retailers, including Best Buy and B & H, still offer $ 1
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