Since the beginning of this month, we have listened to plenty of good things about Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL smartphones. In India, the pre-booking of these high-end smartphones was started along with US, Canada, UK and Australia but there was almost no clue about when the shipments of the phones will be starting.

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Google Pixel’s merchant partner in India Flipkart has announced that it will start shipping its first lot of Google Pixel smartphones from Tuesday on 25th October 2016. So, in other words, those who have already pre-booked these phones will get the Diwali gift right on time.

Flipkart has said that it will start clearing some of its inventory of Google Pixel phones from today and hence from tomorrow to within few days you will be able to see many hands carrying Google Pixel phones in their hands.

This is the first “Google Brand” Android phone ever so people are looking forward to buying this and has a “see” of these phones as soon as they can. The craze may not be as good as one witness during a launch of an iPhone, but still, there are many waiting eyes we have noticed.

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In India, for sales and support Google has partnered with HTC India. So over 56 walk-in HTC India service centers spread across 36 six cities of the country are ready to offer any service regarding the all new Google Pixel phones when someone requires. The toll-free number for the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL service in India is 1800-4190-655, and it will be functional on all days of the week between 9 am and 6 pm Indian Standard Time.

Apart from Flipkart, these smartphones are also available in over 1000 retail stores across India including big chain stores like Croma, Reliance Digital, and Vijay Sales.

Prices of Google Pixel (32 GB) is Rupees 57,000, and Google Pixel (128 GB) is Rupees 66,000. On the other hand, prices of Google Pixel XL (32 GB) is Rupees 67,000 and Google Pixel XL (128 GB) is Rupees 76,000. All the prices given are mentioned on Flipkart while we are writing this.

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