TLDR: This article speaks about an offer with Google Pixel 4. Buying the Latest Google Pixel 4 saves you $150 and gifts Free Google Next Hub as well.
Google’s most recent product in the Pixel collection of smartphones was announced just a few months back. Because of this, there’s been a surplus amount of good deals for Pixel products.
An offer that would be noteworthy would be at B&H where they giving you the option to save as much as a 150$ for the Pixel 4 XL or the Google Pixel 4.
On top of this deal you get a Google Nest Hub smart display with the purchase at no additional cost whatsoever. But it doesn’t end there. You also get Mint Mobile service for 3 months with a SIM prepaid bundle.
Little Insight Into Google Pixel 4 XL
The Pixel 4 XL has a 6.3inch Quad HD display panel whereas the Pixel 4 has a 5.3 Full HD display. Both of the devices are close to the same size in terms of the physical aspect as their predecessors.
The devices also share the same notch less display which has a refresh rate of 90Hz.
Pixel 4 has changed the camera layout for its device as Google has decided upon a rear dual lens configuration this time around along with a secondary telephoto camera that is capable of zooming up to 5X.
The smartphone also supports “Motion Sense” hand gestures as well as a better responsive Face Unlock System.
What Is Google Next Hub?
Google Nest Hub is a first-party smart home gadget with a display, which allows you to look through information as well as be able to hear it out loud that you had requested.
This little device comes with a 7-inch touchscreen, two long range mics and an ambient light sensor that makes sure the color and brightness of the display better adapts to its surroundings.
The display of the devices comes in handy for tasks like, taking a quick look at a recipe while you’re in the kitchen, checking what date it is on the calendar, watching a video or two on YouTube, checking the weather forecast, and so much more.
The device comes with the usual voice commands that are used to set timers, put on some music, getting the latest news related to sports and other topics, and asking Google for any specific information.