Verizon uploads the first unboxing ad for the Pixel [VIDEO]


The Pixel is here but now we have to wait for a few weeks before we are able to see everything that the device is capable of. Thankfully, Verizon has published a sudo-unboxing video to show off what the Pixel looks like.


The video starts with a very basic and somewhat amateur unboxing with the Google and Verizon branding on the box with both the silver and black versions being unboxed. The video then goes through various scenes, presumably being taken with the camera from the Pixel and shows off the ability to use Google Assistant in a snap while you’re traveling around.

The video also highlights the benefits of being able to take advantage of Google Photos and the unlimited storage options that will be available with the Pixel and Pixel XL. We’ll be sure to find out more about the Pixel and Pixel XL over the coming weeks, so stay tuned to Phandroid for more coverage.

As a reminder, the Pixel and Pixel XL are Verizon-exclusives and will be available starting at $649 for the 32GB Pixel and $749 for the 32GB Pixel XL. Verizon is also offering $300 off the full-retail price of the devices when trading in your old devices.


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