Black Friday 2019: Google Pixel 3 For Only $699

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If you're in the market for a great phone at a decent price, you can now get a Google Pixel 3 on the cheap. And it's the 128GB version

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While the Google Pixel 3 is over a year old, it's still a really solid handset. And as we discovered, really damn rugged.

It has slightly better specs than its mid-range version, the Google Pixel 3a, which we absolutely adore. And thanks to this Black Friday deal, you can get the flagship Pixel 3 for just $50 more than what the 3a costs.

The Google Pixel 3 is now just $699 on Amazon.

Also, if you've been itching to get your fingertips on Android 10, the Pixrl 3 already has. Even Samsung devices don't have the new operating system yet.

Google's Pixel 3 comes with a 5.4-inch POLED display, Snapdragon 845 processor, 2,915mAH battery, 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage.

As for the battery you're looking at dual 12MP rear cameras and a 8Mp selfie cam. Not bad at all.

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The Google Pixel 3 Is Rugged AF

Something you should know about me is that I'm a klutz. One of the nicknames that my parents bestowed upon me during childhood was 'Super Spiller'. The other was 'Possum'. I've never been able to shake either moniker. My penchant for dropping shit has carried over into adulthood, and has resulted in a myriad of cracked and waterlogged phones over the years. Yeah, I even dropped an iPhone 4 in a toilet once. Okay, twice. When it comes to handsets I'm a walking stress test - a fact that was reinforced when I recently took a Google Pixel 3 XL on an 18km hike in the Blue Mountains.

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