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Pixel XL owners can snag "light bar" stickers to add some color to Google's new phone
The just released Google Pixel XL smartphone has something of a dull and monochromatic look to it on the back. However, an Android fan named Bill Stebbins has taken it upon himself to add some color to the phone with a set of stickers that you can now buy online.
The stickers, which are created by Stebbins and his daughter, are supposed to look like the LED “light bar” that was found on the older Pixel C and Chromebook Pixel. The light bar could let users know how much battery life was left on the device. While these stickers obviously don’t add that function, they do make the phone’s back pop out.
For $9 in the US and $10 for international orders, buyers can get two sets of stickers for the Pixel XL shipped to them. One set is for the back of the phone, and the other adds color to its Google “G” logo. Keep in mind that this is for the larger of the two Pixel phones; so far, there’s no word on when Stebbins will release these same stickers for the standard Pixel smartphone. Also, each piece is shipped “loose” so owners will have to apply each sticker piece separately.
If you are a proud owner of the Pixel XL, will you consider getting these homemade stickers to put some color on the phone?