Really Blue Google Pixel Now Up For Pre-Orders From Rogers

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The Really Blue variant of the Google Pixel and the Google Pixel XL is now available for pre-orders in Canada exclusively from Rogers. This turn of developments marks the first time the Really Blue Pixel phones officially became available in Canada after their Quite Black and Very Silver counterparts launched back in late October. The two listings at Rogers clearly state that the mobile service provider is selling a "limited edition" of both the Google Pixel and the Google Pixel XL, meaning this could be the one and only batch to ever make its way to Canada. Unfortunately, Rogers is only selling the 32GB models of the Google Pixel and the Google Pixel XL in Really Blue, while the 128GB models of both devices are only available in Very Silver and Quite Black.

The Really Blue iteration of the Google Pixel and the Google Pixel XL can be ordered by following the source link below. Note that you don't have to go through all of Rogers' offerings on that page but can simply filter the available products using a drop-down menu located in the upper-left corner of the user interface. The new variants of the Google Pixel and the Google Pixel XL start at $199 CAD and $349 CAD, respectively. While the Canadian wireless carrier initially suggested that both devices will be available exclusively on the Share Everything plan, they can also be purchased without a contract. Just like the other variants, the Really Blue Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL are priced at $899 CAD and $1049 CAD, respectively. Note that pre-ordering either device on Rogers' Share Everything plan will also allow you to purchase the Daydream View headset for only $29 CAD, in addition to netting you $100 CAD of Google Play Store credit, but that offer is only valid until February 28.

Rogers originally announced its intentions to start retailing the Really Blue variant of the Google Pixel and the Google Pixel XL at the Grammy Awards on Sunday when the company aired a minute-long commercial explaining how the Canadian carrier and the Mountain View-based tech giant are "brightening up the winter blues" with their next offer.

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