With its two-tone glass back, knockout camera and the latest Android software inside, the Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL are dashing, debonair flagships ready to star in your daily technological adventures, but no star is complete without a few sidekicks to help it along and make it look even better than it does out of the box. These accessories are ready to help your Pixel 3 shine, for now and years to come.
Clearly a good choice
Spigen Liquid Crystal
For those who love to show off their new phones without compromising on protection, the Spigen Liquid Crystal clear case is a go-to option. This case delivers added protection where it matters most — the edges and corners of the phone — without adding too much extra bulk.
$10 at Amazon
All-in for Google
Google Fabric Case
Google introduced its fabric cases last year with the Pixel 2 series and it’s bringing it back for another round. There are multiple fabric designs to choose from, each with its one distinct look. These cases are on the pricey side, but they’re well worth it.
$40 at Google Store
Sleek and rugged
What’s not to love about this case’s design? Ringke offers this slim one-piece TPU case that looks great and includes a lanyard hole for those requiring extra peace of mind.
$9 at Amazon
Wirelessly charge in style
Google Pixel Stand
The Google Pixel Stand is more than a wireless charging stand — it’s designed by Google to turn your phone into a bedside alarm clock that does more thanks to Google Assistant.
$60 at Best Buy
Google 18W USB-C Power Adapter
For the fastest wired charging times, you’re going to need this adapter. You may already own a couple of these beauties if you’ve owned previous Pixel phones, but if not, it’s always great to have a spare kicking around.
$35 at Google Store
Google Pixel USB-C earbuds
A less ambitious, wired version of the Pixel Buds, these USB-C earbuds let you control Google Assistant and access notifications and more without breaking your stride to look at your Pixel 3. You get a pair included with the phone, but for this price, you may want a backup pair!
$30 at Google Store
Wirelessly charge for less
Anker 10W Wireless Charger
Anker provides a great wireless charging pad that delivers up to 10W of power — same as the Google Pixel Stand. The biggest selling feature here is the price point, but that’s somewhat offset by needing to supply your own wall adapter and that’s just as important for getting top speeds.
$30 at Amazon
An affordable wall adapter
Anker 18W wall adapter
Anker also offers a great wall adapter that works well with the wireless charger we’ve recommended here, but also can function well as a backup wall adapter tor charging your Pixel 3 — as long as you’ve got a USB-A-to-USB-C cable kicking around. Great price from a company known for making relliable charging products.
$13 at Amazon
Charge on the go
Belkin USB-C Car Charger
Available in your choice of a hardwired USB-C cable that includes a second USB-A port or a single USB-C port. Trusted by Google and backed by a Belkin equipment warranty.
$12 at Amazon
Reliable portable power
Anker PowerCore 20100+
It’s always a good idea to have a battery pack stashed in your bag. Anker’s PowerCore+ battery pack is a good combination of portability while also packing enough battery power for multiple top-ups.
$70 at Amazon
Protect that screen
Mr Shield Tempered Glass Screen Protector 3-pack
Google sells a premium tempered glass screen protector through it’s store, but we’ll hedge our bets and also recommend this 3-pack of tempered glass screen protectors. With a lifetime replacement warranty and this price, how can you lose?
$6 at Amazon
Made for Google
InvisibleShield Glass+ Vision Guard
This is that Google-approved premium screen protector. It’s designed to cover the entire display with cuts around the front-facing speakers at the top and bottom of the display, and is designed to filter out some blue light to protect your eyes.
$45 at Zagg
Wireless buds for your Pixel
Google Pixel Buds
When they first launched, Google’s wireless earbuds were expensive and the features didn’t make up for that steep price. Now that the price has been reduced, they might be more enticing.
$160 at Google Store
No headphone jack? No problem!
Jabra Move Wireless Headphones
If you want to go wireless, we’d recommend these Bluetooth beauties from Jabra. These cans are lightweight with an adjustable stainless steel band, making them comfortable to listen to for hours on end.
From $79 at Amazon
The right accessories let you do more with your phone
Google unveiled a ton of cool tech alongside the Pixel 3, including the Google Pixel Stand, but you can get a quality wireless charging stand from Anker if you don’t think those extra Google bells and whistles are worth the extra cash.
If protection is your main priority, you should pick out a case — my top recommendation is the Spigen Liquid Crystal which is affordable and lets your phone’s design shine through. For much more, you can enjoy the look and feel of the Google Fabric Case which is pricy but undoubtedly fabulous.