Google Pixel

Also known as the Pixel Phone by Google


Canada: Bell, TELUS, Fido, Koodo Mobile, Rogers
US: Verizon Wireless


October 2016


  • Android 7.1 (Nougat)
  • 5-inch FHD AMOLED display
  • 12.3 MP camera with 4K video
  • Pixel Imprint Back-mounted fingerprint sensor for fast unlocking

Latest Reviews

5 Stars out of 5

Amazing phone

Reviewed on Saturday August 5, 2017 by , Duluth
Amazing phone, easy to use, best camera ever, and compatible with almost anything. I came to leave a review for one main reason though, I just dropped mine in a lake for about 20minutes and didn't know; went and pulled it out and in I'm absolutely in awe with how it's still working completely fine. I'm leaving the review right now using it less than 15min after pulling it out. Damn this thing is very reliable.
5 Stars out of 5

Love it! Best purchase!

Reviewed on Friday August 4, 2017 by , Canada
I recently switched from Samsung S4 to the Google pixel. My S4 was so glitchy I couldn't even use it anymore. The phone deleted things like my contacts and apps. Even deleted the play store so nothing would update! Sick of Samsung issues, I am trying the Pixel. I love it so much! So many great features. There are also a lot of cool hidden features that you can access. Camera quality is so great makes me cry tears of joy. I love the appearance, very similar to iPhone. Google assistant very helpful. Keyboard took some getting used to. The jujube emojis were weird at first but I am slowly getting used to it. Can't stop playing around on my phone! Highly recommend!
1 Star out of 5

Google Pixel

Reviewed on Monday July 31, 2017 by , Oregon
I have never hated a phone so much in my life as I do the Google Pixel! I want my iPhone back!!!! Unfortunately I'm stuck with this for another year and a half!!
1 Star out of 5

Google made me an Apple Believer

Reviewed on Tuesday July 18, 2017 by , Waterford
Three years ago I began dating a software engineer who codes for a living. He is obviously tech savvy so when he suggested that Android was superior to Apple, and I was in the market for a new phone, I decided to switch last year after 6 loyal years.We both bought Nexus5x. Well, I was one of the lucky many who's hardware system exploded. Right outside the warranty period too. So I upgraded to Pixel. It was well reviewed. Supposedly the flagship. After5 months my first Pixel just straight up died. It had many symptoms including crashing when attempting to make a phone call. Google was nice enough to send me a (refurbished) replacement. Well ladies and gentlemen I kid you not this one has a broken mic. A common problem if you Google the Pixel. So after spending over a grand on Google phones in the last year, I will be gladly returning to my reliable IPhone.