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Meet Pixel, the only phoneengineered by Google.

With an advanced camera, clear calls and next-level security, discover an innovative phone that works seamlessly with Google Fi Wireless.

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Say hello to more possibilitieswith Pixel on Fi

Enjoy stunning photos with cloud storage, data protection, great coverage and more connected devices. With the power of Pixel and the reliability of Fi, you'll experience the best of Google in a whole new way.
Camera

Love the details.Lose the distractions.

The Pixel camera comes with Photo Unblur and Magic Eraser to sharpen your photos and remove photobombers. And you can hold onto your memories with 100 GB of cloud storage included with the Fi Unlimited Plus plan.
Security

Protect what matters most

Pixel provides multiple layers of built-in security that protect your PINs and passwords. Plus, with Pixel phones on Fi, you get access to contact controls and content filters to help keep your family safe.
Reliability

Coverage and clarity you can count on

Pixel phones on Fi have access to multiple carriers, secure Wi-Fi connections and international 5G to help you stay connected at home and abroad. And Clear Calling helps filter out your caller's background noise, like crowds or wind, for conversations with less distractions.
Devices

Connect your current devices and more

Switching to Pixel gives you the freedom to connect devices from different brands—like AirPods® and Android watches. And with Fi, you get full connectivity for select smartwatches at no extra cost.

Transfer what you need

Whether you have an Android or iPhone®, all you have to do is connect your old phone with your new Pixel, then your selected data—including contacts, photos, videos, messages, apps, notes, music and more—will transfer over.

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Photos

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Messages

Apps

Music

Calendar

Voicemails

Notes

Make the switch in a few steps

For step-by-step instructions, choose your current phone.

1. Switch from iPhone® to Pixel by grabbing your Pixel charger and the provided Quick Switch Adapter.

2. Turn off FaceTime® and iMessage®.

3. Connect to Wi-Fi, then download an eSIM or insert your SIM card into your new Pixel.

4. Connect the phones using your iPhone® charging cable and the adapter.

5. Copy your data to your new Pixel and you're good to go.

1. Switch from Android to Pixel by grabbing your Pixel charger and making sure you have a strong Wi-Fi connection.

2. Use your existing Android phone to scan the QR code on your new Pixel.

3. Connect to Wi-Fi, then download an eSIM or insert your SIM card into your new Pixel.

4. Copy your data to your new Pixel and you're good to go.

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Frequently asked questions

Getting started
How can I get help with switching to Google Pixel?

Google provides the support you need along the way to get up and running on your Pixel and help answer any questions that come up along the way, such as:

Pixel Guidebooks: The best place to start exploring what you can do with Pixel, with a step-by-step setup guide.

Pixel Help Center: Find answers and solutions for the most common questions and problems.

Google experts: Contact one of our specialists to talk over the phone or chat.

Google Stores: If you're in New York City, head over to one of our stores for help in person.

Will Google Pixel work with my other devices?

Switching to Pixel doesn't mean having to buy all your favorite devices again. Your Pixel can connect to common Apple products like AirPods® and Mac® computers. AirPods® can pair with Pixel and you can even text on your Mac®—just use Google Messages for web.

Most smartwatches running Wear OS or Fitbit will work with Pixel phones, but unfortunately Apple Watch® is not compatible. Pixel works great with the Pixel Watch, which delivers the best of Google and Fitbit.

One of the best things about Google is connectivity with various devices, from the range of compatible devices (like Chromebooks, Lenovo tablets, Beats headphones, BMW and Honda cars, and Sony and Samsung TVs) to how they come together. Android OS works across all of them to give you a simple, cohesive experience. Plus, Cast, Fast Pair, Nearby Share and many more features help make your digital day-to-day feel effortless.

Transferring your data
Is it hard to transfer data from my iPhone® to Google Pixel?

New Pixel phones come with everything you need to make moving your data easy, including a USB® adapter to connect your Pixel to your old phone. Once connected, prompts on your Pixel screen will guide you through the transfer process, which takes about 30 minutes. You can transfer over contacts, photos and videos, text messages, iMessages®, and WhatsApp messages, apps, music, iCloud® and Google calendars, call logs, notes, and more.

What data can be copied from my iPhone® to Pixel?

Pixel makes it easy to transfer over what you need from your existing phone, including the following:

  • Contacts and calendars
  • Photos and videos saved on your iPhone®
  • Texts and iMessages
  • WhatsApp chat history
  • MP3s and audio files
  • Notes
  • See the full list of what copies during setup here

After initial setup, here's what else you can transfer over:

  • Music: your music from subscription services such as Spotify or Apple Music (just sign into the service on your Pixel)
  • Non-Google accounts and their data, including contacts and calendar events
  • Progress that you've made in some gaming apps or websites (just sign in on your Pixel)
  • Photos, videos, documents, and other files stored in iCloud (Learn how)

What won't transfer over:

  • In-app purchases
  • Wi-Fi passwords
  • Music with Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection
  • Bookmarks from Safari®

For more information, visit the Pixel Help Center.

Will I lose my personal data when I switch to Google Pixel?

During the data transfer, Pixel makes a copy of your photos, videos, messages, and more. This means that everything remains just as you have it and safe on your iPhone®, in case you need to find anything at a later time.

Learn more about what data will transfer to your new Pixel.
Will my passwords transfer over when switching to Google Pixel?

If your passwords are stored in Keychain or another browser, you can use your Mac computer to export them, and then can import them into Google Password Manager. Google Password Manager makes it easy to create, save, manage and protect your passwords.

If you use Google Chrome on iOS and have saved passwords in Google Password Manager, your passwords will be saved and available on your Pixel.

If you use a third-party password manager, you can sign in to your account and sync your passwords to your new device.

What about your apps?
Will Google apps work better on Google Pixel?

Your Pixel comes with your favorite Google apps - like YouTube, Search, Gmail, Maps, Photos, and Calendar - providing a seamless experience across apps. And, with Pixel, you get the latest innovations from popular Google apps first and for free, like:

  • Magic Eraser and Photo Unblur from Google Photos.
  • Google Search and Lens built right into your home screen, camera and Google Photos.
  • Google Translate across your device, including automatic translation in messaging apps.
  • Google One's VPN built in, at no extra cost, so your online activity is protected.
Will I have to repurchase my apps and subscriptions?

Most of your free apps will copy over automatically to your Pixel when you set up your phone, as long as they are available on Google Play.

Apps purchased on your iPhone will not transfer over automatically, but you can contact the app developer to see if they have options for moving it to your new Pixel.

Existing subscription services, such as Spotify or Apple Music, will work on your Pixel. The same goes for progress that you've made in any gaming apps or websites. Just sign in to the service or app on your Pixel.

Switching from iPhone®
Will my favorite iOS apps work on Google Pixel?

Pixel has comparable alternatives to the iOS apps you're familiar with (like iMessage, FaceTime®, AirDrop®, Find My Friends and iCloud) so you'll still be able to chat, video call, and share with the people you care about—no matter what device they own.

How will I communicate with iPhone® users?

You can enjoy group messaging with family and friends using Google Messages, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and many other communication apps.

Text messages are available on the Messages app on Pixel, where you can send reactions and see reactions from friends using iMessages, emoji, custom stickers and more.

Also, if you were previously using your Apple ID (instead of your phone number) for group chats, then you'll want to start a new group message thread on your Pixel to continue the conversation. Or use another messaging service, like WhatsApp, for group messaging.

How can I easily share photos, videos, and files with people nearby?

As with AirDrop®, you can share photos and more using Nearby Share with friends using Android phones such as Samsung Galaxy and Xiaomi. To share photos and videos with anyone, you can use Google Photos. And to share files or docs, you can use Google Drive.

How will data from my phone (including photos and messages) sync across my other devices?

Google already makes it easy to connect all your favorite Google apps—like Gmail, YouTube, Maps, Photos and Calendar—through a Google Account. With Pixel, your important data, like photos and messages, can also sync across devices.

Google Photos lets you securely back up your photos and videos and enjoy them from any device. Your photos are automatically organized and searchable, so you can easily find what you're looking for.

With Pixel, you can still seamlessly transition from texting from your phone to laptop—even if it's a Mac. Just use Google Messages for web.

Will it be easy to learn how to use Pixel and Android?

If you have a Google Account or have used Google apps before—like Search, Gmail, or YouTube—your Pixel will already feel familiar. Plus, you'll find that there are a lot of similarities between navigating an iPhone® and a Pixel, like gestures to go back, going to the home screen, and swiping up to multitask. Pixel also helps you get to know your new phone with on-screen help and tutorials.

For step-by-step help, Pixel Guidebooks and the Tips app on Pixel include helpful lessons for new Pixel owners.

If you have questions, visit the Pixel Phone Help Center to find answers or contact us directly.

Can I still use FaceTime® on Google Pixel?

Good news—you can still join FaceTime® calls from your Pixel phone if someone sends you a link. Check out how here.

And while Pixel does not feature the FaceTime® app, you can still easily video call with your friends and family with Google Meet, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and many other communication apps.

Can I send high-quality photos and videos to friends and family who have an iPhone®?

To share photos and videos in original quality with everyone, use Messages to send a link to your pic(s) in Google Photos. Or you can use apps like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Telegram and Discord to share high-quality photos and videos.

Can I still share my location with friends and family, and see their locations?

Pixel lets you continue to share your location with friends and family through Location Sharing on Google Maps. You can choose who can find your location and how long to share your location.

Will I still be able to access my iCloud® data on Google Pixel?

Yes, you'll still be able to access your iCloud® content at icloud.com, using your Apple ID and password.

Pixel's equivalent of iCloud® is Google One, which supports storage across Gmail, Drive and Google Photos. You can also copy other existing iCloud® content into Google One.

Getting started
How can I get help with switching to Google Pixel?

Google provides the support you need along the way to get up and running on your Pixel and help answer any questions that come up along the way, such as:

Pixel Guidebooks: The best place to start exploring what you can do with Pixel, with a step-by-step setup guide.

Pixel Help Center: Find answers and solutions for the most common questions and problems.

Google experts: Contact one of our specialists to talk over the phone or chat.

Google Stores: If you're in New York City, head over to one of our stores for help in person.

Will Google Pixel work with my other devices?

Switching to Pixel does not mean having to buy all your favorite accessories again. Your Pixel can connect to many devices you may already own—from headphones and smartwatches to computers, tablets, smart home accessories and more.

Most smartwatches running Wear OS or Fitbit will work with Pixel phones.

One of the best things about Google is connectivity with various devices, from the range of compatible devices (like Chromebooks, Lenovo tablets, Beats headphones, BMW and Honda cars, and Sony and Samsung TVs) to how they come together. Android OS works across all of them to give you a simple, cohesive experience. Plus, Cast, Fast Pair, Nearby Share and many more features help make your digital day-to-day feel effortless.

Transferring your data
Is it hard to transfer data from my old phone to Google Pixel?

New Pixel phones come with everything you need to make moving your data easy, including a USB® adapter to connect your Pixel to your old phone. Once connected, prompts on your Pixel screen will guide you through the transfer process, which takes about 30 minutes. You can transfer over contacts, photos and videos, text messages, iMessages®, and WhatsApp messages, apps, music, Google calendars, call logs, notes, and more.

What data can be copied from my old phone to Pixel?

Pixel makes it easy to transfer over what you need from your existing phone, including the following:

  • Music, photos, and videos
  • Google Accounts
  • Contacts stored on your phone or a SIM card
  • Text messages (SMS and MMS)
  • Most phone settings (varies by phone and Android version)
  • See the full list of what copies during setup here

You'll see these when you sign into your Google Account on your Pixel phone:

  • Email
  • Contacts
  • Calendar events

After initial setup, here's what else you can transfer over:

  • Non-Google accounts and their data, including contacts and calendar events
  • WhatsApp chat history
  • Learn how to transfer some of this data after set up

What won't transfer over during setup:

  • Downloads, like PDF files
  • Photos, videos, and music stored in hidden or locked folders
  • Ringtones
  • Certain phone settings (varies by phone and Android version)
Will I lose my personal data when I switch to Google Pixel?

During the data transfer, Pixel makes a copy of your photos, videos, messages, and more. This means that everything remains just as you have it and safe on your Android phone, in case you need to find anything at a later time.

Learn more about what data will transfer to your new Pixel.
Will my passwords transfer over when switching to Google Pixel?

If you use Google Chrome and have saved passwords in Google Password Manager, your passwords will be saved and available on your Pixel. If you use a third-party password manager, you can sign in to your account and sync your passwords to your new device.

If you use another browser and have saved passwords, you can use your computer to export them, and then can import them into Google Password Manager. Google Password Manager makes it easy to create, save, manage and protect your passwords.

What about your apps?
Will Google apps work better on Google Pixel?

Your Pixel comes with your favorite Google apps - like YouTube, Search, Gmail, Maps, Photos, and Calendar - providing a seamless experience across apps. And, with Pixel, you get the latest innovations from popular Google apps first and for free, like:

  • Magic Eraser and Photo Unblur from Google Photos.
  • Google Search and Lens built right into your home screen, camera and Google Photos.
  • Google Translate across your device, including automatic translation in messaging apps.
  • Google One's VPN built in, at no extra cost, so your online activity is protected.
Will I have to repurchase my apps and subscriptions?

Your free and paid apps from the Google Play Store will copy over automatically to your Pixel when you set up your phone. For paid apps that you bought on Google Play on an Android device, you will not need to pay again as long as you use the same Google Account.

Your existing subscription services such as Spotify or Fitbit will continue to work. You just need to sign in to these services on your Pixel.

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Requires Google Photos app. May not work on all image elements. Photo Unblur available only on Pixel 7 or newer Pixel phones.

90 days of consecutive use abroad may result in suspension of international coverage. 5G service not available in all areas; speed and performance depend on factors like device configuration and capabilities, network traffic location, signal strength and signal obstruction. Actual results may vary. For more information visit g.co/fi/broadband-facts.

Clear Calling may not work on all VOIP calls. Call quality depends on environment, carrier network conditions, and many other factors. Actual results may vary.

Some third-party apps and data may not be transferred automatically. Visit g.co/pixel/copydatahelp for information.

Real Tone available only on Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro and later Pixel phones. g.co/pixel/copydatahelp

Not available in all languages or countries. Not available on all media or apps. See g.co/pixel/livetranslate for more information. Translation may not be instantaneous.

Restrictions apply. Some data is not transmitted through VPN. Not available in all countries. All other Google One membership benefits sold separately. This VPN offer does not impact price or benefits of Google One plans. Use of VPN may increase data costs. See g.co/pixel/vpn for details.

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