Buy Used Google Pixel Phones Confidently

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Sellers run comprehensive diagnostic tests on phones before they are listed.

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Buyers validate diagnostic testing on our mobile app when they receive the phone.

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Smart contracts release payment to seller only when diagnostic tests match.

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FAQs about buying used Google Pixel phones
Is it worth it to buy a used Google Pixel phone?
Google has cemented their Pixel phones as some of the best phones on the market. You can save hundreds of dollars by shopping pre-owned Pixel phones at Glyde instead of buying new or elsewhere online! Our marketplace lets sellers list their Pixel phones at reasonable prices.
Is there a difference between a used and refurbished Google Pixel?
The terms used and refurbished are often used almost interchangeably. While used is a blanket term for used phones, refurbished typically implies that the phone has gone through repairs or inspections. However, not all retailers or manufacturers have the same standards for refurbished phones. At Glyde, you don’t have to worry – every seller runs a diagnostic test on their phone before it’s listed, and they won’t get your money until you run that same test to make sure it’s the phone you purchased.
When do Google Pixel phone prices drop?
It’s impossible to predict how much, and exactly when, prices on Pixel phones will drop – particularly in the used market. Generally, used phone prices drop over time. But, once phones start to become discontinued or they aren’t as readily available, prices can plateau. Know that when Google releases new phones, the prices of their current phones will generally see a significant drop.