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The best Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL skins you can get
You may not be able to buy the Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL very easily anymore, but you should still keep them in tip-top shape as long as you can. If you’re still hoping to add this Pixel to your collection, some protection can go a long way. However, cases can be pretty bulky, and they often add some heft to your phone. These are the best Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL skins you can try instead.
See also: Google Pixel 4 XL review
The best Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL skins:
Editor’s note: We’ll add to this list of Google Pixel 4 skins as we find new options.
You don’t become a leading name in phone skins without getting quite a few things right. That’s what makes dbrand an excellent pick for just about any device — it offers a wide variety of high-quality options at solid prices. You can take your choice from nearly three dozen skins, and you can always grab a contrasting skin for the camera bump and even Google’s G logo. Whether you want carbon fiber or concrete, dbrand has the skin for your Google Pixel 4.
A top pick from across the pond, XtremeSkins is the way to go if you’re in the UK and don’t want to wait long for shipping. There are plenty of colors and textures to choose from, but one of the best parts of the XtremeSkins wraps is the accent coloring. You’ll get the same color for the G-logo, camera bump, and side buttons so that you’re not trying to add four different finishes at the same time. If you’re outside the UK, don’t worry; XtremeSkins ships worldwide.
XtremeSkins isn’t the only UK-based option, and EasySkinz might offer an even longer list of skin finishes. While XtremeSkins stays mainly in patterns and textures, EasySkinz shows off its strength with bold designs like a Toy Brick (read Lego) wrap. Another perk available with EasySkinz is the ability to bundle a tempered glass screen protector with your wrap for 360-degree coverage. Not to worry if you don’t have a major credit card — EasySkinz takes just about everything, including Bitcoin.
If you live and die by your fandoms, Skinit is the way to go. While there are plenty of pattern-based skin manufacturers out there, Skinit goes all-in on the graphics, emphasizing sports teams. You can also skip sports entirely and grab a Looney Tunes-themed skin instead — hello, Marvin the Martian. Once you select the theme for your skin, Skinit will show you about a dozen other finishes to make a fully informed decision for yourself.