(Main Image: Consumer Reports) This is the first time Amazon has directly sold a Pixel phone on its platform.

Interestingly, Amazon is offering one of Google’s Pixel telephones — two of them, really, the Pixel 3A and 3A XL at $399 and $479. These are “sold by Amazon.com” in the US, not by an outsider Amazon vender. Free shipping for Prime membership member applies.

Google – Pixel 3a with 64GB Memory Cell Phone

It doesn’t appear that Amazon is selling the standard Pixel 3 and 3 XL as of now, be that as it may. The end of exclusivity contract between Verizon’s and Google prompted different US carriers selling both the more up to date 3A handsets and the mid-cycle Pixel 3 gadgets. Perhaps Amazon concluded that it didn’t bode well to offer the products at a moment when many people who might get it, well, most likely have.

Google – Pixel 3a XL with 64GB Memory Cell Phone

Amazon adding the Pixel 3A to its lineup is one more indication of the improving relations among itself and Google. A month ago, the two organizations declared a resolution to a difficult standoff that kept YouTube off of Amazon’s Fire TV stage for over a year. YouTube will come back to Fire TV in the not so distant future, and Amazon will add Chromecast to its Prime Video application subsequent to having disregarded the component beforehand.

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