What is the best deal you can get as a Canadian on a Google Pixel? Retailers and carriers all have their own offers, so let's take a look at some of the best to see where you should make your purchase from.
Google's Pixel and Pixel XL are, unsurprisingly, two of the most highly-anticipated phones of the year. What is surprising is how fully-formed they are, with no obvious drawbacks or compromises. Want to learn more? Read our full review of the Google Pixel+Pixel XL!
One of the biggest decisions to make when ordering your new Pixel or Pixel XL is how much internal storage you want, and your options are 32GB and 128GB. Neither the Pixel or the Pixel XL support microSD expandable memory, so you’re locked into whichever size you decide on.
One spec you won't find on the sheet for the new Google Pixel and Pixel XL is their IP53 certification. Google has confirmed that like the HTC 10, both Pixel phones are indeed tested and rated with an ingress protection score. Let's have a look at what that really means.
We've started to learn the details of how Verizon will handle the Pixel phones, and most of the news isn't good — but savvy consumers have another choice. Here's why you should seriously consider bypassing Verizon if you make a Google Pixel purchase.