Google Pixel 7: What's in the box?

Google Pixel 7: What's in the box?
The Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro bring the best of what Google has to offer to the table. For many, that might well be enough. Nevertheless, others might feel like asking a couple of additional questions - like what comes in the box.

Despite the price gap between the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, both of these devices come with little more in the box than the smartphone itself. Join us as we take a sneak peek and unbox the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.

What’s in the Pixel 7 box?

  • The Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro
  • A USB-C cable 
  • SIM tray ejector
  • A Quick Switch adapter
  • Paperwork

Unfortunately, there are no surprises when it comes to the contents of the box. Users are going to find only the bare minimum - the necessities that simply cannot be left out. Beyond the device itself, the only worthwhile accessory is the USB-C cable (let’s see how much time until it is also removed).

There are a couple of miscellaneous items - a SIM tray ejector, some paperwork and a Quick Switch adapter (which aims to enable easy migration from your old smartphone) - but you won’t really be needing them after you have set up your new smartphone.

What’s not in the Pixel 7 box?

  • A power adapter 
  • Headphones 
  • Case 

At this point, it comes as no surprise that you will not be finding a power adapter in the box. It has become a nasty custom to omit one, even when the price tag of the device approaches (or even surpasses) $1000. Thus, if you want to charge your fancy new Pixel smartphone, you will likely need to buy an adapter separately.

Needless to say, Google has also not included any additional accessories - like a case and/or headphones.

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