Android N developers can get $150 off a Pixel C

by: Nirave GondhiaMarch 9, 2016
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Google has today launched the developer preview for Android N several months ahead of the expected release at Google I/O and if you’re a developer, the company has a special offer for you in the form of a discount on the Pixel C. To encourage Android N development, Google is offering $150 off the cost of the Pixel tablet and it’s for the 64GB version as well!

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Google launched the Pixel C last year and with a retail price of $600 excluding the keyboard or any other accessories, the tablet somewhat struggled to compete against the likes of the iPad Air 2 and Surface Pro 3. Now, if you’re a developer, you can get the tablet for just $450 – which represents a 25% saving – although the discount only applies to the tablet itself and not the keyboard, making the total cost for the tablet and keyboard, $600.

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Can you get the discount if you’re not a developer? Sadly not, so if Google’s tablet is on your radar, you’ll have to pay full asking price. Should you shop around for a better deal, we hear you ask? As the only official retailer for the Pixel C, you probably won’t find a cheaper price or offer than the one being offered by Google direct.

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To pick up this deal, head over to the source link below. Are you an Android N developer interested in picking up the Pixel C? What about the Android N developer preview, are you going to download and install it? Let us know your views in the comments below guys and check out our Google Pixel C review below!

  • vahdyx

    I definitely took advantage of this offer. We’ll see what I can do.

    • Roberto Tomás

      are you a working android developer or a developer who is studying android programming? I am on the Springboard Android App Development path right now . looking for a study partner to share experiences and comment/revise each other’s work.

  • Thomas Vos

    Only available in the United States

  • Tom Horsley

    How do they know if you are a developer or not?

    • Ilian P

      I’m asking myself the same question…

  • Ethan Campbell

    So the Androids are android devices by manufacturers, Nexuses are android devices co-created by Google, and Pixels are devices built from the ground up by Google.