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Compare the best Google phones

Our expert team has reviewed a wide range of Google Pixel smartphones to help you find the best option for you.

Compare Google phone models

Name Product Display Display Rear camera Battery size Overall rating More info More info
Google Pixel 8 Pro
Google Pixel 8 Pro
6.7
inches

2992 x 1344

  • Display

    6.7 inches

    2992 x 1344

  • Rear camera

    50MP + 48MP + 48MP
  • Battery size

    N/A
50MP + 48MP + 48MP
N/A
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Google Pixel 7A
Google Pixel 7A
inches
  • Display

    inches

  • Rear camera

    MP
  • Battery size

    N/A
N/A
N/A
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Google Pixel 7 Pro (DEAL: 43% off)
Google Pixel 7 Pro (DEAL: 43% off)
6.7
inches

1440 x 3120

  • Display

    6.7 inches

    1440 x 3120

  • Rear camera

    50MP + 12MP + 48MP
  • Battery size

    5,000 mAh
50MP + 12MP + 48MP
5,000
mAh
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Google Pixel 7
Google Pixel 7
6.3
inches

1080 x 2400

  • Display

    6.3 inches

    1080 x 2400

  • Rear camera

    50MP + 12MP
  • Battery size

    4,355 mAh
50MP + 12MP
4,355
mAh
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Google Pixel 6
6.4
inches

1080 x 2400

  • Display

    6.4 inches

    1080 x 2400

  • Rear camera

    MP + 50MP + 12MP
  • Battery size

    4,524 mAh
N/A
4,524
mAh
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Google Pixel 6 Pro
6.71
inches

1440 x 3120

  • Display

    6.71 inches

    1440 x 3120

  • Rear camera

    50MP + 12MP + 48MP
  • Battery size

    5,003 mAh
50MP + 12MP + 48MP
5,003
mAh
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Google Pixel 6a
6.1
inches

1080 x 2400

  • Display

    6.1 inches

    1080 x 2400

  • Rear camera

    12.2MP + 12MP
  • Battery size

    4,306 mAh
12.2MP + 12MP
4,306
mAh
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Google Pixel 5
Google Pixel 5
6
inches

1080 x 2340

  • Display

    6 inches

    1080 x 2340

  • Rear camera

    12.2MP
  • Battery size

    4,000 mAh
12.2MP
4,000
mAh
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Key facts about Google phones

  • 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:

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'll find plans for the latest Pixel handsets below.


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Matt Sayer

Matt Sayer is a technology writer and editorial engineer for Finder, combining industry expertise with data-driven solutions to help people make better decisions. His extensive portfolio spans investigate reporting on the roll-out of 5G, statistical analysis on the legacy of E3 and guides for popular products like mobile phones and smart speakers. Matt has a Bachelor of Computer Science from RMIT University and is passionate about finding ways that technology can better our lives. See full profile

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