Pixel phone series on Three
Explore and compare Google Pixel phones, series by series, with our in-depth look at the latest tech from Google.
Key Google Pixel features
Google Pixel FAQs
Google Pixel has all the tools and technology to support your business needs across hardware, software, and built-in AI. It offers advanced security features, along with security and OS updates for at least 3 years for peace of mind. Get in touch with our Three Business team for more information.
Yes. Google Pixel is also optimised to make better use of Google apps and services than any other Android phone.
No, Google Pixel doesn’t support SD cards.
If you have a Pixel 3a or later Pixel phone, you can use 2 SIMs: one physical SIM card and one eSIM.
Step 1: Get ready to set up your new Google Pixel
- Charge both phones.
- On your current phone, install all available updates.
- Find what you'll need:
- A cable that works with your current phone, like the cable that you use to charge it.
- Your Quick Switch adaptor, if your current phone or cable has a connection other than USB-C.
- Your SIM card and SIM card insertion tool, unless Google Fi is your mobile operator and you're using eSIM.
Step 2: On your new Google Pixel
Turn on your new Google Pixel, and tap Get started. You can change your phone’s language or vision settings.
Step 3: Insert your SIM card
1. Insert your SIM card.
2. You'll see a Start button. If you don't see Start, learn how to return to setup.
Step 4: Connect the phones and copy data
You can connect your phones to copy data to your new Google Pixel phone with:
- A cloud backup
- Your old phone with a cable (recommended)
- A Wi-Fi connection (Android 12 or later)
Google Pixel Watch is compatible with all Google Pixel phones and most other Android phones running Android 8.0 or newer.