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Start the year with a phone upgrade from Google, where you'll save up to $200.00 on Pixel 6a and Pixel 7 smartphones in Canada.

Originally released in October, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are the latest flagship smartphones from Google, featuring 6.3" and 6.7" OLED displays (respectively), Google's second-generation Tensor G2 processor, up to three rear cameras and Android 13.

Meanwhile, the Pixel 6a is a budget-friendly variant of the previous-generation Pixel 6, with a 6.1" OLED display, Google's custom Tensor processor, dual rear cameras, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and Android 12. The lower price does come with some compromises, as the Pixel 6a does not have wireless charging and the display has a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz.

This offer is effective online until February 15 and all Pixel smartphones qualify for free shipping from Google.

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    • I guess Google only builds phones for people in half the world that doesn't get cold weather.
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    • I guess anyone interested in buying a new Pixel phone should be aware of the Pixel shattering glass issue. You can just google it. It doesn't look they have figured out the reason for it and it seems to happen randomly and Google has not officially acknowledged it yet as far as I know. This means, if it happens, it will be a hard-time to deal with their support to get it fixed.
      Should be issue with extreme cold weather isn't it? So folks in warmer place it won't be issue
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    • I guess anyone interested in buying a new Pixel phone should be aware of the Pixel shattering glass issue. You can just google it. It doesn't look they have figured out the reason for it and it seems to happen randomly and Google has not officially acknowledged it yet as far as I know. This means, if it happens, it will be a hard-time to deal with their support to get it fixed.
      I am not familiar with this issue, but I know my last 2 pixels were about as durable as rice paper. Say what you will about iPhones but they can take a beating 10x better than Pixels can.
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    • I guess anyone interested in buying a new Pixel phone should be aware of the Pixel shattering glass issue. You can just google it. It doesn't look they have figured out the reason for it and it seems to happen randomly and Google has not officially acknowledged it yet as far as I know. This means, if it happens, it will be a hard-time to deal with their support to get it fixed.
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    • Absolutely do not buy a pixel product.

      Not for the device itself but the potential of needing to speak with the Google store support or warranty team at any point.

      Don't get bitten by the Google bug, hundreds have been affected by their shoddy support. Don't be the next.

      You can search about how bad their Canada support team is, just awful.
      I love my pixel, but am getting sick of google and their (lack of) support.
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    • I don't see it mentioned in here, but FYI

      If you sign up for a google ONE account (2tb) before you buy the phone you will get a 10% google store credit. You get the credit in 30days, once you get the credit just cancel google one.

      If you purchase it through Rakuten.COM (USA site) you get 2% back. It still will charge in CAD and it can ship to a Canadian address.
      If you signup for Rakuten USA with a referral you will also get $30.
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    • BestBuy also has it on sale and you get $200 off a Pixel watch and 25% off Pixel buds
      They also have $200 off of the pixel watch if you buy the pixel phone on Google but after talking to customer service you cannot combine the offers. So because the phone is $200 off that's all you get

      So dumb
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    • I bought from US. I got Android 11 and August 2022 security update automatically. Recently I updated to Android 12 through Oxygen Updater app(I'm not satisfied, phone is slow now) . I don't know OnePlus updated to Oxygen 12 automatically in the recent days or not. I wanted to know this.
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    • Same here...received by Adrian on Dec 29. Also "escalated" to their specialist team. It's been 10 days...every 2-3 days, I would get an automated? email saying they are still looking into the issue and will respond with the next 72hrs.

      I really hope they didn't just lose all the parcels on the 29th. They must have some security footage to check what went wrong...
      I don't even receive automated emails....Crickets
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    • Weird. Got my refund pretty much right away. YMMV
      Lucky...when did they receive your parcel? I would think it would be too obvious and they wouldn't "lose" every single parcel if that's really what's going on.
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    • They are doing same thing to me.
      Had to send Pixel 7 Pro back for a warranty issue:
      I agreed for them to send me the new Pixel 7 Pro before I sent the old one back, they would put a hold on my credit card for the full amount of the phone and remove the credit card hold when the received the old one;
      Phone was sent by UPS on December 28th and received at the Mississauga warehouse by Adrian on December 29th (I have the UPS Tracking Information)
      On January 12th they sent me an email saying they had not received the phone and charged my credit card;
      Contacted them on January 13th by telephone, the agent responded to me by email stating "I have escalated your case to our product specialists. We’ll follow up with you in the next 1-2 business days, In the meantime, reply to this email if you have information to add or if you need further assistance"
      It has now been 5 business days;
      after not receiving a response within 2 days I called them back to inquire and they said there was nothing they could do as the matter is being investigated and advised me to respond to the email from the original agent
      which I have done twice with no response, they would not allow me to speak to a supervisor.
      What a nightmare, I think it is time to get Pat Foran involved.
      Same here...received by Adrian on Dec 29. Also "escalated" to their specialist team. It's been 10 days...every 2-3 days, I would get an automated? email saying they are still looking into the issue and will respond with the next 72hrs.

      I really hope they didn't just lose all the parcels on the 29th. They must have some security footage to check what went wrong...
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    • I think the lesson from A1L3's unfortunate experience is:
      -Buy it from Bestbuy: https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/go ... d/16494355
      -Or make a new Google account, then buy it using that. Use that Google account for Google Store purchases in the future.

      Probably go with option 1, its more practical and Bestbuy seems to be a Google authorized seller.

      Edit: Also consider Amazon:
      https://www.amazon.ca/Google-GVU6C-Pixe ... B0BCQXY52Z
      (of course, check to verify you are buying the "Ships from and sold by Amazon.ca." version).
      BB & Amazon have the same price.
      The takeaway isnt just about returns is the issue here. This applies to warranty returns/replacement as it would also pass through the mississauga location.

      though for a direct purchase absolutely buy it from somewhere other than the google store
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    • Google customer support seems quite poor. They still owe me my refund. They received my 7 pro brand new sealed on Dec 29. I contacted them almost two weeks ago and they are still sending me those automated emails every couple of days telling me their "specialist team" is still looking into it.

      Weird. Got my refund pretty much right away. YMMV
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    • Google customer support seems quite poor. They still owe me my refund. They received my 7 pro brand new sealed on Dec 29. I contacted them almost two weeks ago and they are still sending me those automated emails every couple of days telling me their "specialist team" is still looking into it.
      They are doing same thing to me.
      Had to send Pixel 7 Pro back for a warranty issue:
      I agreed for them to send me the new Pixel 7 Pro before I sent the old one back, they would put a hold on my credit card for the full amount of the phone and remove the credit card hold when the received the old one;
      Phone was sent by UPS on December 28th and received at the Mississauga warehouse by Adrian on December 29th (I have the UPS Tracking Information)
      On January 12th they sent me an email saying they had not received the phone and charged my credit card;
      Contacted them on January 13th by telephone, the agent responded to me by email stating "I have escalated your case to our product specialists. We’ll follow up with you in the next 1-2 business days, In the meantime, reply to this email if you have information to add or if you need further assistance"
      It has now been 5 business days;
      after not receiving a response within 2 days I called them back to inquire and they said there was nothing they could do as the matter is being investigated and advised me to respond to the email from the original agent
      which I have done twice with no response, they would not allow me to speak to a supervisor.
      What a nightmare, I think it is time to get Pat Foran involved.
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    • Car bluetooth is messed up after last update on my P7. These phones are garbage, I should've gone with a samsung midrange over this nonsense.
      The problem for me is that the mid-range Android space seems pretty meh these days. It's like you basically have to go high-end to get anything half-decent. I don't know, maybe I'm wrong, but I can't think of any reasonable quality mid-rangers anymore.

      That's why I really wish and want Google to step-it-up with the Pixels...I'm sick of the prices that Apple and Samsung are charging, and feels like there is no good alternative.

      Even now, as we speak, as much as a terrible experience I've had with the Pixel lineup, I'm still a little tempted to try again with the 7 Pro, just because I'm desperate for a decent phone that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.
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    • I think the lesson from A1L3's unfortunate experience is:
      -Buy it from Bestbuy: https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/go ... d/16494355
      -Or make a new Google account, then buy it using that. Use that Google account for Google Store purchases in the future.

      Probably go with option 1, its more practical and Bestbuy seems to be a Google authorized seller.

      Edit: Also consider Amazon:
      https://www.amazon.ca/Google-GVU6C-Pixe ... B0BCQXY52Z
      (of course, check to verify you are buying the "Ships from and sold by Amazon.ca." version).
      BB & Amazon have the same price.
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    • Are you from Canada? I have OnePlus 7t and didn't get Oxygen 12 and security update yet.
      Yes but I ordered from swiftronic...but I think they get some phones from china...
      I just looked at my Android version ..I'm on Android 12 and security update Aug 5 2022
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    • Car bluetooth is messed up after last update on my P7. These phones are garbage, I should've gone with a samsung midrange over this nonsense.
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    • Absolutely, they aren't claiming it isn't there, they are claiming only the charging brick is in the box... Even though it didn't come with a charging brick and the box wouldn't even fit one
      Exactly....wtf...
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    • Didn't UPS tracking show they've received and signed for it?
      Absolutely, they aren't claiming it isn't there, they are claiming only the charging brick is in the box... Even though it didn't come with a charging brick and the box wouldn't even fit one
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    • I tried suggesting to check the IMEI and got nowhere
      Didn't UPS tracking show they've received and signed for it?
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    • Mine arrived there on Dec 12th, watch out they don't claim you sent them a charging cube instead.

      That's what they are doing to me, they aren't responding to ups, won't send it back, wont even do a warehouse scan. Just telling me to send the correct device.

      So either I accept the hit and eat the price of the phone or do a chargeback and lose my google account
      Omg wow....that is terrible and unexpected coming from Google...shady employees working there stealing phones or what?
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    • Sadly it does say it's not between my area of coverage in Toronto 😢
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    • Seems like a lot of work to make a tool to clean out a USB port. The average person has either a floss pick, or Gum soft pick already in their medicine cabinet. Examples follow:
      https://www.unissense.com/dental-floss-picks-7399.html
      https://www.gumbrand.com/interdental-cl ... picks.html

      Why reinvent the wheel?
      Heck, I'd even give it a shot with a sim card tool or the crevice tool on a vacuum cleaner.

      Cutting a plastic card with a pair of scissors is hard work?

      As for your other methods, the only dental picks I have taper too quickly to get deep enough, vacuum/compressed air will only clear loose stuff (once it's compacted in there, it needs to be scraped), and metal in a connector is a no-no
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    • If your whittling skills are suspect, I've found cutting a sliver of an old credit/loyalty card works well too, and won't break/splinter like a toothpick
      Seems like a lot of work to make a tool to clean out a USB port. The average person has either a floss pick, or Gum soft pick already in their medicine cabinet. Examples follow:
      https://www.unissense.com/dental-floss-picks-7399.html
      https://www.gumbrand.com/interdental-cl ... picks.html

      Why reinvent the wheel?
      Heck, I'd even give it a shot with a sim card tool or the crevice tool on a vacuum cleaner.
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    • Is that the issue where the scrolling speed is inconsistent or the issue with screen tearing in the bottom half when scrolling? Or ideally if both got fixed that would be even better. I returned mine near the end of November so I don't think I got that patch.
      Scrolling speed inconsistent.

      I never experienced screen tearing on my end.
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    • How does the Pixel 6a compare to a 4a? The USB port on my 4a has been kinda wonky lately. I cleaned it out with a toothbrush and its connecting, but am keeping my eyes open for a replacement. Camera quality is most important to me. Wish those B&H deals would turn. I had picked up a Pixel 3 for my wife and it has been fantastic for $129 USD.
      Those earlier Pixel's were made by HTC, weren't they?
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    • I thought I had to get the usb c port on my phone changed but after cleaning it out using the method in this video, it worked like new. Give it a try.

      https://youtu.be/5EH4hEZH8PA
      If your whittling skills are suspect, I've found cutting a sliver of an old credit/loyalty card works well too, and won't break/splinter like a toothpick

      Also, +1 for Pixels. Have gone from Nexus 5 to pixel 2xl to pixel 7 and have had great experiences. Only gripe is that they didn't support older pixels for as long as Apple, but hopefully that changes with tensor chips. Then again, my newly released pixel 7 cost less than half of what an iPhone 13 was going for, so still great value.
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    • Any chance they can use the phone's IMEI to see where it might have fallen off the back of a truck somewhere in transit?

      If it is MIA, one would think they could blacklist it.
      I tried suggesting to check the IMEI and got nowhere
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    • Are you from Canada? I have OnePlus 7t and didn't get Oxygen 12 and security update yet.
      I know 2 people with the 7t and both have not got the update for the OOS12.

      Oneplus dropped the ball hard for software updates on the 7t.
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    • Smaller screens are a rare commodity nowadays unfortunately
      +1
      Indeed, So glad I was able to nab a BNIB iphone SE 1st gen on ebay in 2020!
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    • Between the Pixel 6a and the Samsung a53... which is a better phone? (if I can purchase a new one for $347).... in terms of camera, performance, features, support, etc?
      If you want better battery life, better screen and a SD card slot get the a53

      If you want a faster processor, smaller phone and a better camera the 6a is better
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    • Had my Pixel 7 Pro for two months now.

      They fixed the scrolling issues with the December patch and it's pretty much smooth sailing for me now. No issues with the fingerprint scanner.
      Is that the issue where the scrolling speed is inconsistent or the issue with screen tearing in the bottom half when scrolling? Or ideally if both got fixed that would be even better. I returned mine near the end of November so I don't think I got that patch.
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    • I am sure you are right. I was just so spoiled with a dedicated finger print reader on my old LG and then my S9+, especailly the S9+. It was so handy just reaching into my pocket and having it unlocked as I took the phone out. It worked every single time. I admit, I lost my patience with the Pixel 7. But then again, there were a couple of other smaller annoyances that helped push me over the edge of selling it. :)

      I actually considered going back to an S9 because of its finger print reader, but sadly the S9 software isn't being updated, so now I'm waiting on an S22.
      I agree, my Pixel 3 and older phones, just.. worked! No one gave it a second thought. The in screen thing is silly but maybe a requirement for the water proofing or something.
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    • Mine arrived there on Dec 12th, watch out they don't claim you sent them a charging cube instead.

      That's what they are doing to me, they aren't responding to ups, won't send it back, wont even do a warehouse scan. Just telling me to send the correct device.

      So either I accept the hit and eat the price of the phone or do a chargeback and lose my google account
      Any chance they can use the phone's IMEI to see where it might have fallen off the back of a truck somewhere in transit?

      If it is MIA, one would think they could blacklist it.
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    • Had my Pixel 7 Pro for two months now.

      They fixed the scrolling issues with the December patch and it's pretty much smooth sailing for me now. No issues with the fingerprint scanner.

      Installed a Whitedome tempered glass and you can't even tell that it's there.

      I've had issues charging it with my Anker charger + cable. I heard it's due to the cable, but I've moved on to wireless charging on a Pixel Stand 2 so I don't know if they had fixed this issue yet or not.
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    • Google "Samsung camera jitter".. I went through several and eventually gave up after warranty expired. No issues on the P7P so far.
      Also don't buy the Pixel Pro 7. Hasn't been anything but problems for me. Google "green screen" or "green flash". Shoulda went Samsung for Android.
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    • Google customer support seems quite poor. They still owe me my refund. They received my 7 pro brand new sealed on Dec 29. I contacted them almost two weeks ago and they are still sending me those automated emails every couple of days telling me their "specialist team" is still looking into it.
      Mine arrived there on Dec 12th, watch out they don't claim you sent them a charging cube instead.

      That's what they are doing to me, they aren't responding to ups, won't send it back, wont even do a warehouse scan. Just telling me to send the correct device.

      So either I accept the hit and eat the price of the phone or do a chargeback and lose my google account
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    • Are you from Canada? I have OnePlus 7t and didn't get Oxygen 12 and security update yet.
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    • Please avoid the A53. Bought one when it came out last year. Kept it for 4 months and sold it at a good loss. Got the Pixel 6a right after and it has been a day and night difference. The A53 was sluggish and studdery. Never knew when you were going to get updates. Went 2 months without a software update. Googles updates are so timely and fast. The A53 Virtual Proximity Sensor wasn't working right. The screen would come on in my pocket. The only good thing about the A53 was the display was really nice and battery standby time was alot better. P6a camera is a lot better as well. A53 at 120hz vs P6a at 60z but the Pixel is smoother. Go figure. Perhaps the A54 will be better but I would definitely buy the P6a.
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