With its two-tone glass back, knockout camera, and the latest Android software inside, the Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL are dashing, debonair flagships ready to star in your daily technological adventures, but no star is complete without a few sidekicks to help it along and make it look even better than it does out of the box. These accessories are ready to help your Pixel 3 shine, for now and years to come.
Clearly a good choice
This case is great for those who love to show off their new phones without compromising on protection, and it does so without adding too much extra bulk.
All-in for Google
Google's fabric cases are fantastic. They look great, offer rugged protection, and also come with accent colors for the power button.
Sleek and rugged
Ringke offers this slim one-piece TPU case that looks great, delivers the protection you need for your phone, and even includes a lanyard.
Wirelessly charge in style
The Pixel Stand is more than a wireless charger — it's designed by Google to turn your phone into a bedside alarm clock that does more thanks to Assistant.
You'll need this adapter for the fastest wired charging times. It works over USB PD, connects via USB C to C, and is the best way to charge your Pixel.
These USB-C earbuds let you control Google Assistant and access notifications and more without breaking your stride to look at your Pixel 3.
Wirelessly charge for less
Anker's wireless charging pad delivers up to 15W of power — more than the Google Pixel Stand. The biggest selling feature here is the price point.
An affordable wall adapter
Anker also has an 18W wall adapter that's ideal for charging your Pixel 3 — as long as you've got a USB-A-to-USB-C cable kicking around.
Charge on the go
Available in your choice of a hardwired USB-C cable that includes a second USB-A port or a single USB-C port. Trusted by Google and backed by Belkin.
Reliable portable power
Anker's PowerCore+ battery pack is a good combination of portability while also packing enough battery power for multiple top-ups.
Protect that screen
Google sells a premium tempered glass screen protector, but we'll hedge our bets and also recommend these low-cost, paper-thin screen protectors.
Made for Google
This Google-approved screen protector covers the display and has cutouts around the speakers at the top and bottom of the display, and a blue light filter.
Wireless buds for your Pixel
Google's wireless earbuds are an enticing option if you want live translations on the go and a lightweight design backed by Google Assistant smarts.
No headphone jack? No problem!
These Bluetooth beauties from Jabra are lightweight with an adjustable stainless steel band, making them comfortable to listen to for hours on end.
Mobile gaming gear
Forget touch screen games; use this Google-designed, comfortable controller as you stream and play PC-quality games on your Pixel 3. This is also the only way to play Stadia on your TV.
Fun on the go
Slide your Pixel 3 directly inside and turn it into a mini-handheld gaming console. Razer Kishi runs off your Pixel's power and needs no charging.
The right accessories let you do more with your phone
Why you can trust Android Central Our expert reviewers spend hours testing and comparing products and services so you can choose the best for you. Find out more about how we test.
Google unveiled a ton of cool tech alongside the Pixel 3, including the Google Pixel Stand, but you can get a quality wireless charging pad from Anker if you don't think those extra Google bells and whistles are worth the extra cash.
If protection is your main priority, you should pick out a case — my top recommendation is the Spigen Liquid Crystal which is affordable and lets your phone's design shine through. For much more, you can enjoy the look and feel of the Google Fabric Case which is pricy but undoubtedly fabulous.
Be an expert in 5 minutes
Get the latest news from Android Central, your trusted companion in the world of Android
Michael is Android Central's resident expert on fitness tech and wearables, with an enthusiast's love of VR tech on the side. After years freelancing for Techradar, Wareable, Windows Central, Digital Trends, and other sites on a variety of tech topics, AC has given him the chance to really dive into the topics he's passionate about. He's also a semi-reformed Apple-to-Android user who loves D&D, Star Wars, and Lord of the Rings.
For wearables, Michael has tested dozens of smartwatches from Garmin, Fitbit, Samsung, Apple, COROS, Polar, Amazfit, and other brands, and will always focus on recommending the best product over the best brand. He's also completed marathons like NYC, SF, Marine Corps, Big Sur, and California International — though he's still trying to break that 4-hour barrier.