expired Google Pixel 2 XL 64GB $697 + Delivery (Free with eBay Plus) @ Mobileciti eBay

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$58 less than my previous post. Available only in black & white colour. Australian stock with GST invoice (TRS eligible) and Google AU warranty. Apply code PULL10 at checkout for the discount. Free delivery is included for Plus members. Enjoy :)

Thanks to johndoe for the original 10% off eBay deal.

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  • +1 vote

    Thankyou TA ❤️

  • +12 votes

    happy to help fellow members with Telstra deal, just a couple, please:)
    I believe it is $499

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    Please note: EXTRA AU $5 OFF 2+ ITEMS… Team up with someone who needs Google Pixel 2 XL and get extra 2.5% off each. Or buy 2, just because… why not :-)

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    People that have this phone - how has the battery life been?

    • -3 votes

      Really good. I had 40% battery after full day. XL much better.

    • +3 votes

      6 hours sot is what i was averaging. great phone for the price.

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      Battery life has been great. I'm on the Android Q beta and it has further options to increase it.

    • +4 votes

      Best battery life of any phone I've ever owned. Granted I'm probably considered a heavier user than most, I'll average about 4 hours screen time throughout a busy uni day but that's with Spotify playing for basically 6 hours of the day, YouTube for half an hour, bluetooth for maybe 2-3 hours. I'm also probably a bit backwards in the sense I want to stay back here in 2017 when there aren't any notches and the physical fingerprint sensor is fast and reliable. Not noticed any drops in performance after almost a year of use (Android P March 2019 update)

      • +1 vote

        I get genuinely confused when people say things like this - the bezels on the top and bottom are larger than the notch. Why would you prefer bigger bezels to a smaller notch, and a newer phone?

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          Because what additional space am I actually utilising having the notch there? xD I see the time and navbar icons. At least with the bezel, Google was able to check in something useful for me like front facing speakers, plus the performance of the SD835 is adequate for what my needs are. I don't game and use your run of the mill smartphone apps.

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            @blindingshadowz: Hmm, I guess I see the value if you actually use the speakers - I rarely if ever use my phone speakers, I just feel uncomfortable blaring sound out of my phone like that, if my headphones die I'm just not listening to music haha. Just curious, in what scenario do you use your phone speakers?

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              @Zazer: It's more for my apparent deafness I need all the volume possible to even hear a phone call haha. But also just nicer for watching videos and playing music on loudspeaker also I have my phone on a holder in the car and I don't have a media system that connects with my phone so loudspeaker calls are the way to go

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      I must use mine way too much… because I think the battery life is "okay".

      My old phone was a Moto Z Play (which had amazing battery life!)

    • -1 vote

      Bad.

      Of course every owner will tell you 'it's really good'but its way behind other phones

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        You gonna elaborate? It's basically a V30 under the skin, sans headphone jack and that V30 is a battery champ, so I am inclined to disagree with you.

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      I get pretty average battery life on mine. Compared to my previous iPhones, note 4, xiaomi mix and my current Huawei, it's actually the worst in terms of battery life. Not saying its bad, but compared to the phones I have used, it really isn't anything spectacular.

  • +16 votes

    $697 for a phone from 2 generations ago seems way overpriced.

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      Pixel 2 was last gen?

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        maybe he's from 2020

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        Almost 2 years ago, to me that's a two generation old phone.

      • +8 votes

        I think he means the soc. It's running an 835, when new phones today are on the 855.

        I do somewhat agree with Frayin on this point…

        • +5 votes

          Technically there would have to be a Pixel 4 released for it to be 2 generations behind ;)

          Besides current 855 phones aren't going to automatically support 5G when it comes out as they need additional hardware in the chipset, so you'd have to buy an 855 phone all over again.

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            @Clear: Yeah so I think it was more a slightly inaccurate comment. He meant "soc" not "phone" is 2 gens old, which is a correct statement.

            For phones I think the 5g hype isn't critical today, maybe in a few years. 5g is really going to be pushing for super speed and massive connectivity. 4g speed is more than adequate for 4k Netflix…and really, what else do we need today?

            5g will shone for those that are using it as a fixed line replacement. With the 3.5ghz deployment a lot of companies are deploying, it's effectively going to be a WiFi service which could ideally replace your adsl or nbn.

      • +1 vote

        Pixel 2 has Snapdragon 835. We've had 845 and on 855 now

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        It's soc, yes.
        835 when current phones have 855.

    • +1 vote

      Welcome to 2019

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      They hold their value, probably due to their limited availability… though they are also great phones.

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      "generation"
      You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

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      Agreed especially since the screen is worse than phones 4 gens back

  • +4 votes

    Be prepared for phone replacements and dim brightness screen

  • +2 votes

    Love how they say Google AU warranty. Like they have no responsibility after the vendor. When my Nexus 6P died, Mobileciti told me the don't honour anything above the 1 year Huawei warranty. Dodgy shop.

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    Is 64GB enough for day to day use?

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    What about the screen burn in? Is that fixed?

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    $697 for a 2 generations old soc, no thanks

    • +3 votes

      You can spend similar amount of money to get a Xiaomi9 with Snapdragon 855, super charge and a good camera.

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        Or oneplus 6t

        That is better in every way

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          In which ways is it better? /s

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            @stinkydog: For me is no Google stock ROM.
            My nexus6 experience with Google stock ROM was horrible.
            I jumped back to iPhone after use Nexus 6 for a year.

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              @melblover: Haha I agree, have a Xiaomi Mi A1 now and it's so good. Had the nexus 6p previously, never buying a Google phone again after that one! Agree with the ROM and had endless battery issues from day one - persevered for a while longer though! Was tempted to get an iPhone next, what makes you want to move from IPhone again @melblover, assuming you do want to change!

              • +1 vote

                @stinkydog: There is a huge fun group in ozb for goggle stock ROM. But my personal experience was not that great.
                For Nexus range Google's products are at least affordable, but the new pixel range are really expensive.
                Basically, there are 2things for those Google phones, stock ROMs and cameras.

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      Thanks, I'll make a note of your concern but like most people know there are no problems with this phone or its performance

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    Please research call quality and drop out issues before buying a google phone.

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      You can say that about any manufacturer.

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        Telstra and Optus reps both confirmed with me that the pixel 1 and 2 were horrible and returned in huge numbers. I was told that the pixel 2 was returned to a particular Telstra store more than all other phones combined - not sure if that was across all reasons or just reception issues.Notably Google phones do not have blue tick.

        Amazing phones apart from the phone issues.

  • +2 votes

    This is a great phone. Been using it for almost a year now, no complaints whatsoever!

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    90 positive votes but only 4 sold.
    What is wrong with Ozbargainers?

  • +1 vote

    Awesome phone, if you don't use it with the brightness way down

    Otherwise it's frustrating, the black smearing and crush at low brightness is really annoying. I sold it and went to the regular model which is a night and day difference (lg vs Samsung panel). Also the speaker phone is terrible and crackles, I went through about 4 copies so it wasn't just my phone, these issues are widely known. Shame as fantastic otherwise

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      Exactly my experience as well. The speakers were actually decent when I first got it but after a random update, the volume went down while the cracking/tinnyness stayed the same. The low brightness was really really annoying and it started developing an unbearable lag and started overheating after about 6 months (5 seconds to open the camera wtf?). Apparently Google even acknowledged there was an issue with lag with some units and it was likely a hardware issue. Mine's been sitting in the drawer since the screen completely cracked and don't plan to buy another pixel phone. The idea was really good but the execution was simply not as refined as I had hoped for.

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    Better than the latest iPhone for less than half the price. No brainer

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    I so want to pull the trigger and return to Google’s phones but vowed not to do so once my Nexus 5x followed my Nexus 4 in boot looping its way to becoming an expensive kids toy

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      It's a very common issue in all LG phones.Even pixel is Google own brand name but every year there phones are made by different manufacturers. Both Nexus 5X and Nexus 4 are made by Lg for Google that's why you had boot loop issues.

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    Just got an S10 on the woolworths plan with the $10 off per month and free galaxy buds (which I'll sell - I already have airpods) but I think. I'd have been happier with this to be honest.