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Google Pixel Smartphones

Founded in 1998 in Menlo Park, and now headquartered in Mountain View, California, Google is, well, you know what Google is. As a noun and a verb, Google has their hands in seemingly all things tech. From software to hardware, if Google isn’t making it, there’s a good chance they are partnered with somebody who is. Their behemoth operating system, Android, is the driving force on just about every smartphone that isn’t an Apple iPhone. And since that wasn’t enough for Google, after buying a gigantic chunk of HTC’s mobile development team, Google became a big player in mobile device manufacturing.

Their flagship phone is the Google Pixel which has quickly become one of the most sought-after phones on the market. Of course, the phone runs on the Android OS. You can purchase the phone through Google and bring it to your carrier, or depending on which model you want, you can get yours directly from Verizon, Sprint, or T-Mobile.

Perhaps what has put Google Pixels on the map more than anything else is their world-class cameras. Since the first Pixel was released in 2013, each new generation of the phone has consistently been on the top of best camera phone lists. Pixel cameras have combined improvements in hardware and software to pioneer advancements in things like night mode to allow for clear and crisp pictures in low light, and portrait mode to get make sure the subject of your photos are the absolute stars.

Pixels have been historically released in a single tier (high), but in 2019 Google released the Google Pixel 3a which leans more towards the middle-tier level of smartphones especially when it comes to its affordable pricing.

You can find out more about the Google Pixels by reading our guides on the following:

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