The Pixel phone was designed to be the first smartphone in the Pixel family that could be used with a single SIM card, but that has changed a bit now that Google has started releasing the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones with dual SIM cards.
Now, though, Google says you can use the Pixel phones with two SIM cards as well.
The Pixel phones come in two versions: the $649 “LTE” version and the $949 “GSM” version.
The new dual-SIM models will start shipping this week.
But in order to use the phone with two phones, you’ll need to either add a new SIM card to your Pixel phone, buy one of the older phones, or buy a new smartphone.
If you do decide to go with the newer models, there are some important details to keep in mind: The Pixel 2 is the only phone in the Google family to come with two different SIM cards (LTE and GSM), and you’ll have to buy either a new phone or a new one with a different SIM card if you want to use your Pixel 2 with both phones.
The Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 Pro, and Pixel 3 will have two SIMs for $249 and $299, respectively.
The $649 version will have three SIMs, the $699 version four, and the Pixel 3 Deluxe will have six SIMs.
The phones will also come with a microSD card slot that allows users to store up to 16GB of storage.
You can also buy a second SIM card and use it for up to 128GB of data.
If a Google Pixel owner has purchased a new Pixel phone and is using it with a SIM card that’s newer than the one in their phone, Google will refund the old phone.
The other big change for the Pixel devices is the lack of dual-camera functionality.
The two cameras on the Pixel smartphones will work on the Google TV service, but Google says that’s about it.
It will still be possible to shoot videos using the two cameras and then stream those to the Google Home speakers.
You’ll still have to have both the Pixel camera and the Google home speaker connected, though.
The Nexus 6P and Nexus 6 will get the same changes, as will the Nexus 9.
You won’t be able to use any Google camera app on your Pixel device.
The only thing that’s changed for the two Pixel phones is that they have a more powerful CPU.
The Snapdragon 835, which Google says is the fastest phone it has ever made, will get a boost to 2.4GHz and boost to 4.2GHz, the two new cores.
The processor is still the same 815 chip, though it will now be paired with a 1.2GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB of internal storage.
The phone also has a new Adreno 330 GPU.
That chip, which has been designed specifically for the Nexus phones, will be able stream 4K video at 60 frames per second.
It should also be able do some heavy lifting on the GPU in general.
Google says it will also be releasing a faster version of the Snapdragon 845 chip.
But there’s no word on when that will be coming to the Pixel phone.
Google has also updated the Android version of its software to fix a bug that could cause a Pixel phone to crash on the first day of availability.
It also tweaked the operating system for the phones, including the way it handles apps.
For instance, the Pixel and Pixel XL devices will no longer have a lock screen when you unlock them, and you won’t get an “Android 4.4.4” screen when tapping on a notification.
And while the Google Assistant is still on the phone, you can no longer ask it to do anything, even to install an app.
Google said that some of the changes in the software for the new Pixel phones have been incorporated into its own apps, and that you should expect to see some improvements in other areas of the Android ecosystem in the future.