The Pixel and Pixel XL are the first phones to have Google Assistant built in.
The Pixel XL has an AMOLED display with a pixel density of 534 pixels per inch.
The back is defined by glass on the top and aluminum on the bottom.
The Pixel XL has a 8-megapixel front-facing camera.
It has a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera, which Google touts as the best camera ever on a smartphone.
Despite, having a similar design, the smaller Pixel, seems to be a better fit than the Pixel XL (shown above).
The phone comes in three colors: Very Silver, Quite Black and a limited-edition Really Blue.
The "g" on the back stands for Google.
The bottom is only 7.3 millimeters (0.2 inch) thick.
The right side of the phone has a volume rocker and power button.
The power button, on the side, can be pressed twice for quick access to the camera.
A view of the bottom shows a USB-C port, a speaker and a microphone.
The Pixel XL is sold unlocked and can be used on any major US carrier by swapping SIM cards.
Notice the absence of a camera bump. This is due to the Pixel XL's wedge-shaped design.
Also, on the back is a fingerprint sensor Google calls Pixel Imprint.
The Pixel and Pixel XL share the same good looks.
Spec-wise, both phones are very similar.
The Pixel in Very Silver underneath the Pixel XL in Quite Black.
These phones will go head-to-head with offerings from Samsung, Apple and LG.
Both Pixels sport a wedge-shaped body with the thinnest point being the bottom.
Though larger, the Pixel XL gets about the same battery life as the Pixel.