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With these devices running a totally pure version of Google's popular mobile software, Pixel phones are some of the fastest, fluid and easiest to use.

The decision to discontinue the Pixel 2 lineup is hardly surprising. The Pixel 2 XL has been marked down by around $300, to $1,099. It marked down the phones around Valentine's Day this year.

Some retailers are still offering the Pixel 2 family, of course.

With image quality reportedly similar to that of the Pixel 3, the Pixel 3a seems like a fine choice for customers who don't want to spend the extra money to pick up the more premium devices.

That's quite a saving but these deals come as Google has revealed some shock news about this older flagship.

Google has officially ceased selling the Pixel 2/2XL on its web store just 18 months after launch, prompting buyers to the Pixel 3/3XL instead. It expanded to the Pixel 2 and Pixel series past year, and now it looks like it'll soon be made available for Android One phones. The Pixel 2 phones are still solid devices and still boast of camera performance on par-or even better-with most current-gen flagships.

Google has also improved the display on the Pixel 3 and 3XL with the larger of the two even getting an nearly fully edge-to-edge 6.3-inch screen. Further, it addresses a Wi-Fi connectivity issue that surfaces during eSIM activation on some Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.

The standard Pixel 3 costs from £730 with the XL starting from £869 - that's double the price of the Pixel 2.

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