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Pixel XL, Phone by Google

This device is no longer available for purchase.

Meet Pixel XL.™ The power of Google, at your fingertips. Every touch, every interaction, every moment - made easy. Comes with a 5.5-inch WQHD AMOLED display, 3450 mAh battery. The Google Pixel XL comes in 32GB, and 128GB. Available in Quite Black, Very Silver, and Really Blue. (Subject to availability)


548 Reviews


of reviewers recommend this product

Honesty, I'm quite disappointed with it

Danggsun - 6 months ago

After I bought it from Verizon, I went to use the camera and it was blurry. The night sight setting, doesn't even work, it's just an insanely grainy photo. Trying to take videos, and it ends up blurry and grainy. I've had it for a little over a year, my phone keeps overheating, the internet stops working along with mobile data, can't watch anything on YouTube since it either goes basically frame by frame or jacks up the screen, the volume sucks, it's always to quiet even if it's all the way up. It keeps acting up and deleting photos or videos, before I can back it up on Google photos. I can't even watch Netflix or Hulu on it since it messes up that too. When I bought it I was told it was the best on the market, and that it was know for the camera being awesome. I honestly feel so disappointed with it, and don't plan on getting any pixel or goggle phone ever again. It's not just my phone having this problem, my mom and brother got the same type of phone on the same day and they have the same problems.

The most versatile, useful phone I've ever had....

Elfwrangler - 10 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

great interface with every google app. Camera and screen clarity are off the charts. The built in tutorials are excellent. Being able to have connectivity while on the phone is amazing. And having unlimited Google Cloud storage is a huge perk!

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