Win a Google Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro, Pixel Fold, and More with Android Headlines

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It’s that time of year, time for Android Headlines annual Holiday Giveaway, and this year, we’re making it a Pixel Christmas. In this giveaway, we are giving out a Google Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro, Pixel Fold, Pixel Tablet and (two) Pixel Watch 2 to six lucky winners. Read on to find out how you can enter to win this giveaway.

About the Giveaway prizes

This year, we’re giving away five prizes to five different lucky winners. So your chances to win this giveaway are much higher than on our previous giveaways. Here’s a bit more about each prize that we are giving away this year.


Google Pixel 8

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Google Pixel 8

The Google Pixel 8 is one of the newest smartphones from Google, which launched in October of 2023. It’s a really impressive smartphone from the company, especially when you consider the price. We’re looking at a $699 price tag here, which we aptly called “The Android phone you deserve” in our Pixel 8 review.

There are some really cool features about the Pixel 8, including Magic Editor, which is by far my favorite camera feature. With Magic Editor, you are able to swap out the sky for golden hour, less clouds or more clouds, you can also remove people, and do so much more. This uses generative AI, so as things progress, Magic Editor will continue to get better and better.

Google also included a super bright display on the Pixel 8. It’s able to get up to 2000 nits of peak brightness. Meaning that you’ll have no trouble seeing it in direct sunlight. This is also an OLED 120Hz display, something that the iPhone 15 can’t tout. And now you have a chance to win one for free.

Google Pixel 8 Pro

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Google Pixel 8 Pro

The highest end Pixel phone right now is the Pixel 8 Pro. This phone has everything that the Pixel 8 has, and a bit more. This year, Google decided to move to a flat display, instead of using a curved display, and when I reviewed the phone back in October, that was one of my favorite changes that Google made. This makes the phone a lot easier to hold onto, and far less accidental touches.


Much like the Pixel 8, the Pixel 8 Pro also has a stunning and bright display. It’s still a 120Hz OLED display, but now it can get up to 2400 nits of peak brightness. This is thanks to the Super Actua Display on Pixel 8 Pro. It looks amazing, and goes much further than just the brightness. Once you see this display, you won’t want to use any other phone.

Magic Editor is here, as well as AI Wallpapers. The AI Wallpapers feature is a really cool thing to have on a phone. Allowing you to make all sorts of different wallpapers, to make your phone really stand apart from everyone else with a Pixel. Google has the Tensor G3 processor inside with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage here too.

With the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, Google is promising seven years of updates, that means these phones will get updates all the way until 2030.

Google Pixel Fold

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Google Pixel Fold

Google’s Pixel Fold is their first foldable, and it’s honestly one of my favorite foldable devices. What really makes the Pixel Fold standout from the competition is that the front display is wider than others. Google made this phone to be the same size as a passport, and they achieved that too. That resulted in the front display being a 17.5:9 aspect ratio, kinda like the phones from a few years ago. What this does is it makes the phone be in “landscape” mode when you open it. Meaning that you get tablet apps without having to rotate the phone. Which does make a difference in usability.


The Pixel Fold has some pretty thick bezels, but honestly, after using it for about 4-5 months, they don’t bother me. By making the bezels thicker, Google was able to hide more of the hinge in the bezel, making it thinner. And also providing a decent quality front-facing camera, versus what you get on some other foldables with under-display cameras.

One of the best use-cases of the Pixel Fold is definitely Google Translate. With Google Translate, you are able to use both screens, and have a conversation with someone in another language very easily. This makes it a clutch feature for those that do a lot of traveling.

Google Pixel Tablet

Google Pixel Tablet

Google’s Pixel Tablet is the first tablet from the company in quite some time. Google did make a Pixel C tablet back in 2015, but that was before they started using the “Pixel” name for phones – it was only for Chromebooks. So this is the first tablet since then, under the Pixel brand, and it’s still a rather unique tablet. Honestly, I love this tablet for that reason.

Pixel Tablet comes with a speaker dock in the box. This speaker dock can transform your Pixel Tablet into a smart display (though Google doesn’t want to call it that). And that’s what makes this so great. You can have this sitting in the kitchen, or beside your bed and play videos from YouTube, Amazon Prime Video and more, then pick up the tablet and take it with you.


With the Pixel Tablet, Google has included a pretty good looking 10.95-inch display. Which has some rather large bezels, however they are fine. Remember with a tablet, you do need to be able to hold the tablet. So having bigger bezels isn’t as much of an issue compared to phones. It does also come with the Tensor G2 and 8GB of RAM.

Google Pixel Watch 2

Google Pixel Watch 2

Finally, rounding out products that we are giving away this year, is the new Pixel Watch 2. It looks a lot like the original Pixel Watch, but it did receive some quite nice upgrades internally, including a new processor. This helps make the Pixel Watch 2 a whole lot faster, compared to its predecessor. But let’s not forget, this is powered by Wear OS and Fitbit.

With Fitbit being at the center of this watch, that means it is going to be really good for tracking your sleep and workouts, as well as your activity throughout the day. With Wear OS being inside too, it gives you access to all of your favorite apps, including the new Gmail app that just launched a few weeks ago.

Pixel Watch 2 is still on the small size at 41mm. This includes a 1.2-inch circular display that has a resolution of 450 x 450 pixels. It’s one of the smaller watch displays out there actually. And pair that with a 306mAh capacity battery, it should get you through a full day.


How To enter

To be entered for a chance to win the Google Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro, Pixel Fold, Pixel Tablet or Pixel Watch 2, all you need to do is take part in the giveaway widget below. To get started, simply enter the contest with your email address.

Once you have entered, you’ll have the opportunity to gain additional entries by completing various actions, including visiting Android Headlines social media channels.

You are entitled to complete as many actions as you like, each action offers a unique number of entries and each entry has the potential to be the winning one.

This Pixel giveaway is a USA-ONLY contest and will close promptly at 2:59 pm PST on Friday, January 5, 2023.

Enter now for a chance to win a Google Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro, Pixel Fold, Pixel Tablet or Pixel Watch 2, courtesy of Android Headlines.

  • This is a USA-only Giveaway.
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