Google Pixel price: how much does it cost?

Is the price pixel-perfect?

The Google Pixel isn't a cheap phone, despite being the smaller of the two new handsets from Google.

Unlocked prices start at $649 (£599, AU$1,079) when bought direct from the Google Store. That's for a 32GB handset, with prices rising to $749 (£699, AU$1,229) for a 128GB one.

That's a bit more than the Nexus 5X, which started at $379/£339/AU$659 (albeit for a 16GB version), but then the Pixel is a true flagship.

Google Pixel price in the US?

Google isn't just offering the Pixel outright, but also on finance, if you'd rather spread the cost. If you want to pick the phone up in store you'll have to head to Verizon, which is Google's exclusive retail partner for the handset. Contracts begin at $27.08 a month for two years.

It'll also be on Google's Project Fi network as well.

Google Pixel price in the UK?

Carphone Warehouse is stocking the Pixel in the UK and its cheapest deal is on O2 with 3GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts for £199.99 upfront and a £31.50 a month cost.

EE is the exclusive network partner for the Pixel in the UK. The cheapest pixel deal has the phone with 5GB of data, unlimited calls, unlimited texts at £45.99 a month after £99.99 upfront.

Google Pixel price in Australia?

If you're shopping in Australia you will of course be able to buy the Pixel direct from the Google Store, but you can also pre-order it through Telstra or purchase it from JB Hi-Fi.