There is no doubt that the Google Pixel and Pixel XL are among the most popular smartphones in the market. Just this week, T-Mobile announced that they will be giving $325 bill credits to individuals who buy the Pixel and bring it to their network. And even without this announcement, sales of the two devices have been soaring high in the past weeks. This is likely because the two devices have been said to exceed the expectations of Google.
But because of the demand for the two smartphones, there are some customers who are currently waiting for their Pixel device to be delivered. Some of these individuals may even have to wait up to 4 weeks for their new smartphone to be shipped to them.
Thankfully, Google has a way to ease out the wait as they are encouraging themselves to get the orders delivered on time. Customers who are faced with a delayed shipping date are being offered a $50 credit by Google, in the event that delivery of the Pixel devices are missed.
It's important to note, however, that Google has not yet officially announced this news. But a number of users have confirmed receiving the email from Google, which confirms their ordered unit has already been placed under a shipping status. The email also tells them they will be given a $50 Google Play Store credit as compensation for the wait.
If you're among those that have recently ordered a Pixel or Pixel XL but are told to wait for shipping, you may want to check your email for the message from Google.