You'll need to bring your own
While the Pixel 4 brings a lot of cool new technologies to the table, you will notice one glaring omission not found in the box: a set of complimentary headphones. Not only that, but the company didn't include a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter either, so you're really stuck fending for yourself this year.
If you're upgrading from the Pixel 2 or 3 you can absolutely use the USB-C headphones that Google included with those phones, or any other pair of USB-C headphones you might have. Alternatively, you can always use Bluetooth headphones, although it does seem a bit odd that Google would not include a pair of earbuds given that the updated version of the Pixel Buds won't be available until spring of next year.
Whether you want to use your trusty wired headphones that you love or want to buy some new Bluetooth headphones to enjoy your music wireless, we've also rounded up the best USB-C headphone adapters and also the best Bluetooth headphones so you can choose your preferred solution for personal listening. We recommend picking up your own Pixel earbuds since they're cheap and will work well with the Pixel 4.
Use your own headphones
Living that dongle life
Supposing you've still got some wired headphones kicking around, this USB-C to 3.5mm adapter will let you keep using them as you wait for the new Pixel Buds to come out.
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What you're missing out on
These are the same earbuds that were included with both the Pixel 2/2 XL and Pixel 3/3 XL, and they'll work just as well with the Pixel 4.
Ditch the wires with these Pixel 4 charging pads
Wireless charging on the Pixel 4 doesn't have the same caveats as the Pixel 3, and that means you can get a fast wireless charger without breaking the bank!
Your Google Pixel 4 XL deserves only the best cases
Google's current flagship is a big glass slab of innovation and power, but it's not going to mean much if you drop it and shatter the screen. Protect your investment with a Pixel 4 XL case.
Protect and showcase your Pixel 4 with a cool case
The Google Pixel 4 is an amazing phone sandwiched between a glass front and glass back. As pretty as that glass back is, you should cover it with a case to keep it pretty as long as possible.