Google released a “Kinda Blue” version of its Pixel 2 phone last year, though the downside was that it was exclusive to Verizon. Now that color handset is available from the Google Store and Play Fi unlocked (as spotted by 9to5Google), so you can buy it unlocked and use it on a carrier of your choice. The handset’s body has a gray-blue tint with a darker hue on the back camera section, while the main power button is a bright mint color.
This handset is only available in the 64GB capacity and costs $649. The Pixel 2 features a 5-inch screen, 4GB of RAM, and stereo speakers. We gave the Pixel 2 an 8.5 score in our review, based in part on the strength of its amazing camera, and (as you’d expect from Google’s own phone) its smooth and straightforward implementation of Android. The “Kinda Blue” handsets ship out from today. You can watch our review below: