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Good luck buying a 128GB Pixel XL at Verizon tomorrow

You might have to wait until November to get the phone you want.
Timothy J. Seppala, @timseppala
October 19, 2016
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Pre-order, pre-order, pre-order. While doing so with video games is basically pointless these days (the chances of a huge AAA title not being readily available at launch are slim), plopping down money in advance for electronics is sadly becoming a necessity. Case in point: If you want a 128GB Pixel XL on Verizon's network tomorrow, you're out of luck. "Initial inventory of Pixel XL 128GB is SOLD OUT... NOT in stores Thurs," Verizon's Jeffrey Nelson tweeted on Wednesday.

As The Verge notes, you could always opt for the smaller handset and still get the storage size you want. If you hit Verizon's website, the 128GB 5.5-inch device is backordered until November 18th. Opening Google Play to buy direct isn't going to change your fortune either. But hey, patience is a virtue, right?

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