Google Pixel, 5″ 32GB (Verizon Wireless) –

(16 customer reviews)

Google Pixel, 5″ 32GB (Verizon Wireless) – is available in Saudi Arabia.

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Description

Google Pixel, 5″ 32GB (Verizon Wireless) – – Features & Prices in Saudi Arabia :

Google Pixel, 5″ 32GB (Verizon Wireless) – Black

Product Dimensions
2.74 x 0.29 x 5.66 inches
Item Weight
5 ounces
ASIN
B01N5BOBIF
Item model number
G-2PW4100-021-A
Batteries
1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
No
OS
android
RAM
4 GB
Connectivity technologies
USB
Display technology
AMOLED
Display resolution
441 PPI
Other display features
Wireless
Device interface – primary
Touchscreen
Other camera features
12.3
Form Factor
Smartphone
Colour
Black
Phone Talk Time
26 Hours
Included Components
Google Pixel;Google Play Music Promo Card;OTG Dongle;Quick Start Guide;USB-C 18W Adapter with USB-PD;USB-C to USB-C Cable;Non Removable 2770 mAH Battery;Pre-Installed SIM Card;Safety Instructions;USB-C to USB-A Plug Cable
Manufacturer
Google
Date First Available
December 4, 2016

 

Test video – Google Pixel, 5″ 32GB (Verizon Wireless) – :

 

 

 

Product highlights :

  • Your own Google Assistant. Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. To start, just say, ”OK, Google,” or touch and hold the Home button. And the more you use it, the more useful it gets.
  • Your phone, never full. Never lose a memory with unlimited storage for your photos and videos, all stored at full resolution in Google Photos.
  • Your photos, smarter. It’s easier than ever to capture that perfect shot. Take crisp photos, even in low light. And catch action shots as they happen with Smartburst.
  • Your battery, charged fast. When you need a quick charge, the reversible USB Type-C charger gets you 7 hours of battery life in just 15 minutes.
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    Questions & Answers – Google Pixel, 5″ 32GB (Verizon Wireless) – :

    ➕ What is the price of Google Pixel, 5

    The price of Google Pixel, 5″ 32GB (Verizon Wireless) – in-store is SAR VAT.

    ➕ When Google Pixel, 5

    The release date was December 4, 2016.

    ➕ What is the price of Google Pixel, 5

    The price of Google Pixel, 5″ 32GB (Verizon Wireless) – used is SAR VAT.

    ➕ What are the main characteristics of Google Pixel, 5

    Special specifications :
  • Your own Google Assistant. Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. To start, just say, ”OK, Google,” or touch and hold the Home button. And the more you use it, the more useful it gets.
  • Your phone, never full. Never lose a memory with unlimited storage for your photos and videos, all stored at full resolution in Google Photos.
  • ➕ Is it interesting to buy this product ?

    The best people who can answer you are customers who have already bought and tested this product (See Customer Reviews). This product is rated 3.6 / 5 on Amazon.

    ➕ Where to buy Google Pixel, 5

    Mall, Supermarkets, Amazon, Specialized stores, ….

     

    Technical specifications – Google Pixel, 5″ 32GB (Verizon Wireless) – :

     

    Brand
    Google
    Model Name
    Pixel
    Wireless Carrier
    Verizon
    Operating System
    android
    Cellular Technology
    LTE
    Memory Storage Capacity
    32 GB
    Connectivity Technology
    USB
    Color
    Black
    Screen Size
    5 Inches
    Wireless network technology
    LTE

     

     

    Purchase advice :

    • Warranty :

      Check the duration of the warranty and also the faults and defects it covers. Is it complete or limited? and What is included in the warranty (parts, repairs or both)?

    • Shipping :

      Is delivery offered? And how long does it take to get delivered (Delivery time)

    • Proof of purchase :

      Does the shop give you an invoice ?

    • After-sales service :

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    16 reviews for Google Pixel, 5″ 32GB (Verizon Wireless) –

    1. M. T (verified owner)

      Packaging was scary but the phone survived! – The box was rattling just picking it up and putting it in the counter. It bounced around in a little box and the little box bounced around in an even bigger box with no stuffing or air pouches!! Just a bubble wrap sleeve over the phone. Small barely noticeable blemish on the top right front. Came with an LG quick charger, works great. Verizon knew I had a new phone as soon as I switch the SIM. Set up was a breeze and it did it wirelessly. My background photo is even the same plus it uploaded all my apps!! I paid just about 500$ I also purchased extras like cables, transfer port, case, screen protector and a fancy attachable wide angle lens w/case. Those will be here in a few more days.. Totalling $630. I still saved a bundle rather than paying MSRP for a new one. Very happy here! Bonus it’s hard to find silver 128g, you can’t even order it on Verizon online or Best Buy. Only black is avail now or 32g. A few days in I’m have static issues with Bluetooth. Hopefully that is not the reason it was returned in the first place. I’m going to keep an eye on it.

    2. S. A (verified owner)

      Wonderful phone but incapable of casting to tv. – I liked how easy it was to use and many functions it performed.

    3. A. J (verified owner)

      Only downside is some features are locked out (e. … – Only downside is some features are locked out (e.g. wifi access point) I’m guessing because Verizon requested it. Fair enough, but I’m on Fi…

    4. C. H (verified owner)

      Just a lot of bad user interface design choices, finally moving on. – Ugh. Google shows its new to the smartphone business by not understanding usability. I’ve used many Motorola and Samsung android phones, so I thought it’d be great to go straight to the source of Android and experience the Google genius directly. Big mistake. Googlers can clearly code superbly but that does not mean they know how to configure an experience to avoid the subtle but maddening things. Like prompting for a 4 digit code first thing in the morning when I say “Hey Google, tell me about my day”, even when I’ve had their tech support personally walk me through setting up Trusted Voice. Or menus that don’t look clickable, because they’ve never heard of the word “affordance”. Or a camera app only zooms with pinch motions so I can’t hold the phone steady with both hands while zooming (which is when steadiness is most important when taking video)… where even my earliest Motorola droids knew to let me zoom in/out with a simple single finger swipe. I’ve spent months telling myself I’ll get used to the many flaws and fall in love with a bunch of new features. But that never happened. So now I’m shopping for a recent Samsung or Moto android phone and then my Pixel will be off to eBay for someone who isn’t bugged by really bad user interface design.

    5. C. Z (verified owner)

      This is the phone you want for android for the foreseeable future! – After years of Samsung and an occasional HTC, I am delighted by this phone. I also think it’s the model you want despite the pixel 2, if you want to maintain a headphone jack (RIP in Pixel 2). The phone runs really smoothly, has great battery life and upgrades to a USB-C charger. Yes, I did have to buy new chargers and adapters, but the USB-C works way better than micro-usb and I don’t deal with all the port issues I used to have with Samsung models wearing out. This is the phone you want for android for the foreseeable future!

    6. S. A (verified owner)

      Wonderful phone but incapable of casting to tv. – I liked how easy it was to use and many functions it performed.

    7. D. Z (verified owner)

      Review for pixel – Phone seems to die really fast and gets warm when charging

    8. C. H (verified owner)

      Just a lot of bad user interface design choices, finally moving on. – Ugh. Google shows its new to the smartphone business by not understanding usability. I’ve used many Motorola and Samsung android phones, so I thought it’d be great to go straight to the source of Android and experience the Google genius directly. Big mistake. Googlers can clearly code superbly but that does not mean they know how to configure an experience to avoid the subtle but maddening things. Like prompting for a 4 digit code first thing in the morning when I say “Hey Google, tell me about my day”, even when I’ve had their tech support personally walk me through setting up Trusted Voice. Or menus that don’t look clickable, because they’ve never heard of the word “affordance”. Or a camera app only zooms with pinch motions so I can’t hold the phone steady with both hands while zooming (which is when steadiness is most important when taking video)… where even my earliest Motorola droids knew to let me zoom in/out with a simple single finger swipe. I’ve spent months telling myself I’ll get used to the many flaws and fall in love with a bunch of new features. But that never happened. So now I’m shopping for a recent Samsung or Moto android phone and then my Pixel will be off to eBay for someone who isn’t bugged by really bad user interface design.

    9. T. E (verified owner)

      Pixel 5 – I didn’t like that the phone doesn’t show in the About that its a Pixel 5. Instead ti just says it Pixel with no number.

    10. I. P (verified owner)

      Loved it – Overall a great Android phone.

    11. T. E (verified owner)

      Pixel 5 – I didn’t like that the phone doesn’t show in the About that its a Pixel 5. Instead ti just says it Pixel with no number.

    12. M. T (verified owner)

      Packaging was scary but the phone survived! – The box was rattling just picking it up and putting it in the counter. It bounced around in a little box and the little box bounced around in an even bigger box with no stuffing or air pouches!! Just a bubble wrap sleeve over the phone. Small barely noticeable blemish on the top right front. Came with an LG quick charger, works great. Verizon knew I had a new phone as soon as I switch the SIM. Set up was a breeze and it did it wirelessly. My background photo is even the same plus it uploaded all my apps!! I paid just about 500$ I also purchased extras like cables, transfer port, case, screen protector and a fancy attachable wide angle lens w/case. Those will be here in a few more days.. Totalling $630. I still saved a bundle rather than paying MSRP for a new one. Very happy here! Bonus it’s hard to find silver 128g, you can’t even order it on Verizon online or Best Buy. Only black is avail now or 32g. A few days in I’m have static issues with Bluetooth. Hopefully that is not the reason it was returned in the first place. I’m going to keep an eye on it.

    13. A. J (verified owner)

      Only downside is some features are locked out (e. … – Only downside is some features are locked out (e.g. wifi access point) I’m guessing because Verizon requested it. Fair enough, but I’m on Fi…

    14. I. P (verified owner)

      Loved it – Overall a great Android phone.

    15. C. Z (verified owner)

      This is the phone you want for android for the foreseeable future! – After years of Samsung and an occasional HTC, I am delighted by this phone. I also think it’s the model you want despite the pixel 2, if you want to maintain a headphone jack (RIP in Pixel 2). The phone runs really smoothly, has great battery life and upgrades to a USB-C charger. Yes, I did have to buy new chargers and adapters, but the USB-C works way better than micro-usb and I don’t deal with all the port issues I used to have with Samsung models wearing out. This is the phone you want for android for the foreseeable future!

    16. D. Z (verified owner)

      Review for pixel – Phone seems to die really fast and gets warm when charging

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