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Google Pixel XL 128GB version is already sold out, for now, at Verizon

Verizon Wireless has sold out of its first shipment of the 128GB Google Pixel XL smartphone, and won't have any on sale in its stores on Oct. 20.

Published onOctober 19, 2016

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If you were hoping to pick up a 128GB version of the new Google Pixel XL smartphone at your local Verizon Wireless store tomorrow (Oct. 20), you are out of luck. One of the carrier’s PR reps, Jeffrey Nelson, has confirmed, via Twitter, that the highest priced version of the smartphone has sold out of its initial shipment and won’t be on sale in its retail stores.

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Nelson points out in his post that the other 32GB version of the same phone will still be on sale Thursday, along with both the 32GB and 128GB versions of the smaller Pixel smartphone. However, he adds that they are already seeing a “HUGE DEMAND” (his emphasis) for these Android 7.1 Nougat phones so its likely that there will be mass sellouts tomorrow. There’s no word on when the carrier will get new shipments of the Pixel XL 128GB model.

In related news, Verizon will already have a software update for both Pixel phones to download and install tomorrow. The support pages for the updates are already live, which show that it will have a build number of NDE63P. This will likely be a very minor bug fixing update, as it shows it will contain some unnamed Wi-Fi improvements.

Will you be getting up early to buy the Google Pixel or Pixel XL at your nearest Verizon store tomorrow, or will you simply stay at home and order the phone online?