Google started taking pre-orders for the Google Pixel smartphones on October 4th. It’s offering the handsets in a variety of colors but the one that customers liked the most was the one it calls Really Blue. This color is a temporary U.S. exclusive and it was the first to sell out when pre-orders were opened. The Really Blue Google Pixel hasn’t really been back in stock since but the company has now said that it’s going to have additional stock to sell to customers in the very near future.


This is great news for customers who have been waiting to pick up a Pixel but were not able to because the color that they wanted to buy wasn’t available.

Google has confirmed to the folks at AndroidPolice that contrary to popular belief that the first wave of Really Blue Pixel handsets marked an end to this color option, it’s going to restock this option on the Google Store soon.

Customers who are interested in buying a Pixel handset in Really Blue can use the online store’s waitlist function to be notified automatically when it’s back in stock. The company didn’t whether the second wave is going to be enough to meet the demand so we’ll only really get to know that once the color option is back in stock. Google is yet to provide an exact date for that.

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