Now,the Google's new phone - Google Pixel and Pixel XL are released today,many people may ask how and where to buy the Pixel phones in US, UK and Germany? What's Google Pixel XL price, specifications and features?How much does the Google Pixel and Pixel XL cost? How to get hold of the new phones in your country?
Google has two brand spanking new phones to choose from - the Pixel and the Pixel XL. If you’re sick of the idea of another iPhone, then these are a worthy alternative.
There are three different places you can get the new Google Pixel phone: From the company itself, high street chain Carphone Warehouse and through the EE network.
Buying directly from Google or Carphone Warehouse means you can pick up the phones SIM free and unlocked for the one-off price of £599 for the 5-inch version and £719 for the 5.5-inch model.
The new Pixel and Pixel XL phones are now on sale through all the available channels that Google announced during their introduction. The Pixels can be had in the US, U.K., Canada, Germany and Australia, starting from $649, while in the all-important Indian market, where the Pixel start from.. wait for it... $855 equivalent, they will launch October 24.
In the US, the Pixel phones have a bigger chance for success than Google's last few Nexus efforts, as they will be available exclusively on Verizon, the largest carrier, and if you want to use them on the big two GSM networks of AT&T and T-Mobile, you can simply buy them unlocked from the Play Store, and a few other places. The blue version is exclusive for US customers, to sweeten the deal in the worlds most visible smartphone market. Here's the scoop where and how you can snatch the Pixels at the prices below.
Prices start from $649, or Google is offering you an interest-free loan to pay on monthly installments from $27, how about that? Of course, Pixel is offered unlocked on the Google Store, and it also works with Google's Project Fi network. The Pixel with 128 GB of onboard storage is $749, while the most expensive XL with 128 GB is $869. Google will have a pop-up store in New York on launch day to tout the Pixels.
Google, now being a consumer electronics company, has a lot of marketing brainiacs working for it who have grasped that if you want to be a successful phone maker in the US, the world's most visible market, you will have to wiggle your gear into a carrier portfolio. What other carrier is more visible than Verizon, though, so that's exactly where the Pixel phones have landed exclusively. Verizon is offering the phones at the same prices as Google, and the same installment plans.
Pre-ordering, receiving, and then activating a Pixel or Pixel XL on Verizon through Best Buy will net you a $100 gift card for the same store, and you will get a free Chromecast to boot. On the downside, the prices are a bit higher than at the Play Store.
Your best bet to obtain a Pixel phone abroad is from the Google Store in UK, Germany, Australia, and so on. The prices, however, are not for the faint of heart, due to import duties and currency valuations. A shining example is the UK store, where the Pixel phone starts off from £599 ($763). Here, the phone will be available from Google, Carphone Warehouse, and the EE carrier.
Germany is even worse at abominal pricing, though, with the 32 GB Pixel jetting off with € 759 ($850), as much as Indians would have to pay come October 24 in the local Google Store.
Transfer your Data from the iPhone or Android to Google Pixel
When you have got a new Google Pixel or Pixel XL smart phone,the first thing you want to do is switching data from another old phone to Google Pixel/Pixel XL.
Taking much of the frustration out of this experience is Google who was thoughtful enough to include a handy accessory with the Pixel called the Quick Switch Adapter. This adapter allows you to plug your old smartphone directly into the Pixel, transferring over most of your old data like photos, SMS messages, etc., even if you’re coming from an old iPhone.
Before you start, you should know that the Pixel’s Quick Switch Adapter only supports Android devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop on up, as well as iOS 8 or higher. You’ll first be asked to transfer your data using the adapter during the initial setup process, with option to see “Other ways to copy data.” Probably not a good idea to skip this, especially if you’re coming from an iPhone where the Quick Switch Adapter will be your best friend to copy all your old stuff to the Pixel.
The whole process is relatively straight forward. Just use the USB cable from your old device and plug it into the adapter. Then, after connecting the adapter into the Pixel, plug it into your old device and follow the steps on-screen to begin moving your old stuff on over.
Before the transfer can begin, you’ll first need to enter your password/PIN/pattern on your old Android device to initiate the transfer. On iOS, the phone will ask if you’d like to “trust this computer,” this computer being your new Pixel (select yes). After a few minutes of reading the data on your old device, you Pixel will then ask you to choose exactly what you would like to copy on over.
Keep in mind that even if your device is supported, not everything will transfer on over. Here’s the full list of everything that can — and can’t — be transferred using the Pixel’s Quick Switch Adapter.
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How to Convert and Transfer Muisc,Videos to Google Pixel
Transfer Music from iTunes to Google Pixel
Recover Deleted Photos,Videos from Google Pixel