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Identifying your Google Pixel for Trade-in
The Google Pixel was the first in the ‘Pixel’ series, and was released to go head to head with the 7th generation iPhone. Google released the phone with unlimited photo and video storage via the cloud service ‘Google Photos’ as an extra enticement to their customers.
Releasing in October 2016, the original Pixel phone came with a 5 inch touchscreen, providing a 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution. The phone itself measured 143.8 x 69.5 x 8.5 (mm) and the rear casing had a two-tone design and visible fingerprint ID scanner at the top half of the phone. Camera wise, you are looking at single cameras on the front and rear,. The primary (rear) camera was 12.3 MP and the selfie (front) camera was 8 MP.
The Google Pixel did not have any water resistance, wireless charging or microSD slot, meaning it came with 32GB or 128GB of internal storage so you’d have to rely on the Google Photos cloud storage.