Google’s Pixel 3 might only be a few months old but it’s already getting a massive cut in price.
This flagship device is currently just £489 which offers a saving of £250 off the original cost.
That cheap deal is for standard 5.5-inch Pixel but the larger Pixel 3 XL has also been reduced with Google fans able to pick one up for £619 – which again saves £250.
These latest offers come from John Lewis with the retailer also throwing in a six month trial of YouTube Music Premium.
As a quick reminder, the Pixel 3 and 3 XL both arrive with a Qualcomm 845 processor, OLED display and market-leading rear camera that now features Google clever Night Sight mode.
This incredible photographic feature is able to shoot images in almost total darkness without the need for a flash.
With these being Google gadgets you’ll also be treated to one of the purest Android experiences available on a phone.
The larger Pixel 3 XL also includes an almost fully edge-to-edge 6.3-inch screen with minimal bezels and there’s also a larger battery tucked inside.
These latest price cuts clearly make the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL very attractive options but fans might want to wait before buying one.
Latest rumours suggest that Google is planning to launch a new phone in the coming weeks called Pixel 3a.
It’s thought this device may get some slightly less impressive specs but arrive any a much cheaper price.
A recently leaked picture via top tech tipster, Evan Blass, has even revealed how this phone will look with it appearing to sport a very similar design to the current Pixel 3 series.
Although not confirmed it also seems this phone will feature a 5.56-inch display, Snapdragon 670 and 12-megapixel rear camera.
Google has its yearly IO conference coming up with this major event taking place from May 7 and this could be a perfect time to reveal this new device.
We’ll have to wait and see but expect more news on this phone in the coming weeks.