Find the Google phone that’s right for you

Google's Pixel smartphones have generated a fair amount of buzz, but which one is right for you?

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Updated December 10th, 2019
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5.5
inches

1080 x 2160

  • Display

    5.5 inches

    1080 x 2160

  • Rear camera

    12.2MP
  • Battery size

    2,915 mAh
12.2MP
2,915
mAh
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6.3
inches

1440 x 2960

  • Display

    6.3 inches

    1440 x 2960

  • Rear camera

    12.2MP
  • Battery size

    3,430 mAh
12.2MP
3,430
mAh
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6
inches

1440 x 2880

  • Display

    6 inches

    1440 x 2880

  • Rear camera

    12.2MP
  • Battery size

    3,520 mAh
12.2MP
3,520
mAh
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5.5
inches

1440 x 2560

  • Display

    5.5 inches

    1440 x 2560

  • Rear camera

    12.3MP
  • Battery size

    3,450 mAh
12.3MP
3,450
mAh
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5
inches

1080 x 1920

  • Display

    5 inches

    1080 x 1920

  • Rear camera

    12.2MP
  • Battery size

    2,700 mAh
12.2MP
2,700
mAh
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5
inches

1080 x 1920

  • Display

    5 inches

    1080 x 1920

  • Rear camera

    12.3MP
  • Battery size

    2,770 mAh
12.3MP
2,770
mAh
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5.6
inches

1080 x 2280

  • Display

    5.6 inches

    1080 x 2280

  • Rear camera

    12.2MP
  • Battery size

    3,000 mAh
12.2MP
3,000
mAh
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6.3
inches

1440 x 3040

  • Display

    6.3 inches

    1440 x 3040

  • Rear camera

    12.2MP + 16MP
  • Battery size

    3,700 mAh
12.2MP + 16MP
3,700
mAh
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6
inches

1080 x 2160

  • Display

    6 inches

    1080 x 2160

  • Rear camera

    12.2MP
  • Battery size

    3,700 mAh
12.2MP
3,700
mAh
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Fast Google phone facts

  • Google first entered the phone business in 2010 by partnering with third-party hardware manufacturers for its Google Nexus line, but it wasn't until 2016 that the tech giant went all-in on its own phone with the Google Pixel.
  • The Google Pixel smartphone line is powered by Google's own Android operating system and competes with other high-end phones like Apple's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy S handsets.

What to consider when choosing a Google phone

These days, new smartphone models seem to arrive every other week, each touting a bevy of fancy new features promising to improve your life in all manner of exciting ways. Determining which of these features is actually worth your money isn't always easy, so we've broken down the key factors to keep in mind when shopping for a Google phone:

Which Google phone is best?

"Best" is always a tricky term to nail down, as it often means different things to different people. Admittedly, choosing a "best" Google phone is easier than it is for many handsets simply because there are only four different Pixel models to compare. Nevertheless, our choice below is based on our own experience and expertise reviewing and testing phones. Be sure to weigh up your own needs and budget before deciding whether it's the right choice for you.

Finder's pick

Google Pixel 3

Top-notch performance for Android enthusiasts

The Google Pixel 3 provides the best of Android and Google's own vision of a premium smartphone that's uniquely Google-centric.

  • Good battery life
  • Camera works well
  • Powerful for a small phone
  • Android Pie onboard with updates to come
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Competing with mainstays like the Apple and Samsung isn't easy, but the Google Pixel 3 pulls it off with the following features:

  • Professional-quality 12.2MP camera powered by AI optimisations
  • High-grade IP68 water and dust resistance
  • Support for fast-charging and wireless charging
  • Solid app performance and a clean Android interface

All up, you've got yourself one impressive smartphone that justifies its premium price tag.

Read our full review of the Google Pixel 3

Looking for a Google Pixel on a plan?

Since most of us don't have a spare $1,000 in our wallets, purchasing a new Google Pixel phone outright is a lot to ask. Paying the handset off in instalments over two years or more is far more palatable, which is why contract phone plans are so popular. You can compare these plans for the 64GB models of the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL in the table below. If you want to fine-tune the results, just click the "Filter Results" button.


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