Pixel 6 and 6 Pro: what's in the box?

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Pixel 6 and 6 Pro: what's in the box?
Yes, folks, the promised child rumored to break the current meta in smartphone design has finally arrived on the scene. If you would like to get in the nitty-gritty of everything new with the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, feel free to check out some of our dedicated articles listed down below:

Otherwise, if you want to channel Brad Pitt’s character from David Fincher’s famous movie Seven, here’s the answer to your “What’s in the box?” question.

Order your Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with their brand new bold design right here:

Google Pixel 6: get it now for 33% less at Amazon

Snatch the Pixel 6 with a sweet discount at Amazon and enjoy! The phone comes with 128GB of storage in the color Stormy Black, but other colors and storage options are available as well.

Pre-paid Google Pixel 6: get it from Best Buy and save $100!

The Pixel 6 is currently being sold at Best Buy. The device is locked to T-Mobile and comes with a carrier plan. Get it and save $300 in the process. The device costs $12.49/mo and is paid for in 24 installments.
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Google Pixel 6 Pro 128GB: get it now for $350 less!

You can get the base version of the Pixel 6 Pro with a 28% discount at Amazon right now. Hurry up as some of the other color options have already been sold out!

Google Pixel 6 Pro 256GB: get it now for $250 less!

You can get the 256GB unlocked version of the Pixel 6 Pro for as little as $749 at Best Buy right now. That is almost 30% less than its original price.

What’s in the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro boxes?

What you would expect in 2021 with a bit more on top:

  • The phone—Pixel 6/Pixel 6 Pro
  • USB Type-C to Type-C charging cable
  • Quick Switch Adaptor (USB Type-A to Type-C) for data transfers
  • Documentation
  • Sim ejector tool

What’s missing in the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro boxes?

None of the following here is a surprise:

  • Power adapter
  • Headphones
  • Case

While there is no power adapter included in the box, Google has at least added a Quick Switch Adaptor and a screen protector with the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. Very much appreciated!

Nevertheless, the no-charger trend marches on, still leaving much to be said about how “eco-friendly” this particular approach is. Hopefully, going forward, we will get the chance to choose whether accessories get included in the box or not, which some argue would achieve a much better environmental result.

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