Pixel 3 XL product photo flat lay on home screen with case

Google is officially saying goodbye to the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL flagships from 2018. The company has stopped sales of the two phones on its official website.

It’s not like they are temporarily out of stock. A Google spokesperson confirmed to Android Police that the firm has sold out its inventory of the Pixel 3 and 3 XL. The official added that sales of the phones have been completed.

The Pixel 3 devices (except the Pixel 3a) are no longer listed on the Google Store’s dedicated phones section. In fact, the product page for the Pixel 3 now redirects users to the homepage.

Google stopped selling the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL at about the same time last year. This indicates that we can expect sales for the Pixel 4 series to stop some time around the end of March or early April 2021.

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If you are still looking to pick up the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL, you’re mostly out of luck. Amazon is selling some used Pixel 3 XL units, while B&H Photo has slapped a “Discontinued” tag on its Pixel 3 XL product page.

The only major place you can still buy the standard Pixel 3 is Best Buy. If that’s the phone you’re looking to pick up, you should do so before stocks run out.

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