Shortly after Google officially took the wraps off of the Pixel and Pixel XL, a Reddit user by the name of brownyR31 posted a quick unboxing photo showing everything that comes included in the Pixel retail packaging. Besides the usual documentation, it looks like Google decided to include some additional accessories that we don’t always see with phones…

The outside of the packaging for the Pixel looks to be a clean white box with a picture of the phone and the Pixel branding on the front. After carefully looking through the photos, we can see that the Pixel comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable, USB-A to USB-C cable, USB-C to USB-A adapter (OTG Dongle), a pair of wired headphones, a SIM tool, and a quick charger brick.

The author of the post is also going through and answering people’s questions so if you have one, head on over to the Reddit post.

Pixel Unboxing

Also, here’s an unboxing from Verizon which shows off different packaging.

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