Google Pixel unboxingWant to see what comes with the latest Google phone? Take a look inside the box of the Google Pixel XL.
Google's Pixel and Pixel XL phones have arrived fresh off the delivery truck here at CNET so we thought we'd do an unboxing for you right now. So, let's not waste any more time, let's get cracking and straight into the product. So, we have, it's brand new, fresh in plastic here. Crack it open. At the back we have a free life case voucher to customize that. Sim card on Verizon. Let's pull it out and let's see, we've got the Pixel or the XL, ooh, looks like we have the XL, the 5.5 and 32 gig storage. Wouldn't it be quite black as opposed to the very silver, or that limited edition Really Blue, okay, ooh let's slide it open. Nice and slow. And it go. Nicely packaged in a white box, and it's a very simple presentation. The phone is right there once you open the flap. Pull it out. [BLANK_AUDIO] Let's see. a personal Google assistant, a highlight of the Pixel phone. Take that plastic packaging off, that very satisfying sound it makes when it pops off. And there we go, that is the 5.5 inch Pixel XL. Fingerprint scanner at the back, back glass and aluminum finish. And we have the 3.5 millimeter headphone jack at the top. We have the USB-C connector at the bottom. [INAUDIBLE] Let's see what else is in this box, now we have the phone over there, we have some documentation, some getting started, we have a little SIM card key over there, everything is nice and white. They have a USBC cable right here. Also have a little adapter here, USBC to to USB, a small one. They have a power adapter, like so [MUSIC] I have, I think this is, there we go, this is an even longer USBC USBC. There we go, like so. I think that is the remainder of the box. That was a very quick unboxing, there's not much in here. Maybe there's something secret underneath. No, there's nothing secret under there, it's just a box. Well, there you have it The Pixel XL. If you want to check out more on the Pixel phone, just switching on, gonna give it a go. Make sure to check out CNET.com for our full review as well.