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The Really Blue Google Pixel is coming really soon to Canada

Just about 4 months after the Google Pixel made its debut, the Really Blue version is now headed to Canada.

Previously, the Really Blue Google Pixel was exclusive and a limited edition to the US Google Store but not to worry, it will be coming exclusively to Rogers in Canada in the next few weeks.

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When the Really Blue Google Pixel first launched in the US, the colour option was only available in the standard 5-inch Google Pixel in 32GB. So if you wanted the 5.5-inch Google Pixel XL in Really Blue, you were out of luck And if you wanted either size in the blue colour, in 128GB, you were also out of luck there as well.
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Google Canada or Rogers hasn’t given any details of when the Really Blue Google Pixel will release and if it will only come in 32GB and the 5-inch size. Hopefully the colour is available for the 5.5-inch Pixel XL.

The only thing that Google Canada confirmed was that it will be a limited-edition launch.

 




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