Since its launch, it’s been pretty hit or miss to pick up either of Google’s new Pixel smartphones because for the majority of the time, many variants of the Pixel have been completely out of stock. The Pixel XL has been the main culprit here, with some models being out of stock for months at this point. Today, though, nearly every Pixel model is back in stock.

Whether you’re hunting for the standard Pixel or the larger Pixel XL, you’ll be able to find an option to suit your needs. The 5-inch Pixel is currently in stock in all three colors, Very Silver, Quite Black, and the limited edition Really Blue. Unfortunately, 128GB models aren’t available at this time, limiting users to 32GB only.

With the Pixel XL, however, the only thing out of stock is the Really Blue color variant. In both Very Silver and Quite Black, both the 32GB and 128GB variants are available with no delay on shipping. Submit your order and it will ship as soon as possible.

Pricing, of course, remains the same on all of these models starting at $649. If you’ve been on the hunt for a Pixel, especially a Pixel XL, you’ll want to jump on this quick, it’s unclear how long this stock will last.

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