Monday , August 21 2017

Google Pixel and Pixel XL – What’s in the box?

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If you’re ordering a Google Pixel smartphone then you’ll very likely have already got one on its way. Google has a range of cases, chargers and cables available as accessories, but what’s in the box?

Google has listed the accessory list for the Pixel and Pixel XL in the box, allowing us to see just what’s in the box.
So. What’s in the box?:

  • USB-C 18 W adaptor with USB-PD
  • USB-C to USB-C Cable
  • USB-C to USB Standard-A plug cable
  • SIM tool
  • Headphones with rubber earbuds
  • OTG Dongle
  • Safety and warranty information
  • Quick start guide
  • Google Assistant card
  • Google Social promo card

The dongle looks a little like this:

The list is available on the Google Pixel and Pixel XL pages on the Google Store.

Of course any article with the headline ‘What’s in the box?’ has to have this in it

 
Source: Google Store.

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4 Comments on "Google Pixel and Pixel XL – What’s in the box?"

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Rube
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Rube

Looks like you all in AU get headphones with your Pixels

Andrew
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Andrew

LMAO @ the Se7en clip.

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Darren

The dongle is an interesting addition – any idea why they’ve decided to add that?

Glad they are providing both types of cables.

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From the presentation… looked like it was to allow easy switching from an iphone.

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