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Head-To-Head: Samsung Galaxy S8 Vs. Google Pixel

Kyle Alspach

Price & Availability

Samsung has said it's releasing the Galaxy S8 on April 21, and pre-orders are underway now. Google, meanwhile, has been having a good deal of trouble keeping the Pixel in stock since the phone's debut in the fall; an unlocked version from the Google store is currently out of stock in all three colors, though Best Buy and carriers such as Verizon have the phone available.

The Galaxy S8 is clearly the more expensive of the two phones. Samsung hasn't disclosed pricing for an unlocked version of the new Galaxy phones, instead leaving price decisions to carriers. But Verizon will be selling the Galaxy S8 for a retail price of $720, while AT&T and T-Mobile are pricing the S8 at $750.

The Pixel has a starting price of $649, for the model with 32GB of storage, while the 128GB version fetches a price of $749.

 
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