There's basically no reason to buy the Pixel from Verizon.
The Google Pixel and Pixel XL are really solid phones. You can say they're a bit on the spendy side considering how much cheaper the past few Nexus phones have been, but Google is clearly swinging for the fences here.
Part of that plan is a multi-pronged retail approach that includes partnering with Verizon in the U.
That's unwelcome news to those who buy Nexus/Pixel devices for quick access to Android updates.
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A major benefit of buying a Nexus, now Pixel, phone is the ability to get the latest and greatest version of Android up and running immediately. It turns out Verizon may put a damper on that plan for certain devices.