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Since its debut, the Google Pixel has been going in and out of stock, especially in the larger XL variant. It’s been a couple of weeks since eager buyers have been able to get their orders in for the 5.5-inch XL, but now the device is back in stock and shipping within 2-5 weeks depending on the variant you buy.

First and foremost, this applies only for the 32GB variant of the Pixel XL. The 128GB variant of both models of the phone are listed as out of stock with a waitlist available, but no estimates as of yet. Thankfully, though, all three color variants are available. Shipping estimates land at 4-5 weeks on both the “Very Silver” and “Quite Black” models of the phone, but, ironically, the limited edition “Really Blue” model is shipping within 2-3 weeks.

As usual, the Pixel XL is available from the Google Store for $769 or $32/month for those who qualify for financing. A protection plan is also available for an extra $99. If you’ve been aiming to pick up a Pixel XL, act fast, this stock might not last all that long!

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