The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones were only announced in October but Google is already offering fans the chance to grab a healthy discount on these devices.
From December 8 until January 14, the US technology firm is slashing the price of its flagships by £100.
This means you can pick up the Pixel 3 for £639 and the 3 XL for £739.
And that’s not all as, when you buy the phones direct from Google, you can also get an extra £75 gift voucher to spend at the official online store.
Along with this deal from the Google Store, there’s also another offer for anyone who is visiting London.
Until December 16, fans can head to the Curiosity Rooms on Regent Street and get the chance to pick up an extra gift.
Google says this offer is available on December 6th, 9th 13th and 16th with weeks of workshops, talks, podcasts, food and music also taking place at the rooms.
As a reminder, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL both feature a fast Qualcomm 845 processor, wireless charging, dual front-firing stereo speakers and Active Edges which allow users to interact without touching the screen.
There’s also a very good 12-megapixel rear camera which not only allows you to add DSLR-style depth of field to your images but also now includes a clever Night Sight mode for better photos in low light.
The Pixel 3 comes packing a 5.5-inch OLED display whilst the XL gets a much bigger 6.3-inch QHD OLED screen.
Both devices come pre-installed with Android 9 Pie and have Google’s clever Assistant tucked inside for good measure.
Express.co.uk recently reviewed the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL saying: “These Google-powered devices are fast, feature-packed and offer the ultimate experience for those who want pure Android power.
“If photography is your passion you’ll also struggle to find a phone that can take pictures better than a Pixel.
“Google’s decision to add wireless charging and improve the speed via the Snapdragon 845 processor also adds to the overall appeal.
“If you simply want the best Android experience on the market the new Pixels will give you that in spades.”