Google's Pixel Phones Gets Water Protection From LifeProof

Water and dust resistance has been a feature that most people look for these days. From its inception with Sony's Xperia lines, to being one of the prime feature of Samsung's S7 and now with its inclusion to Apple's iPhone 7, this particular feature is shaping up to become a staple to every incoming flagships - which then left everyone a little disappointed when Google announced its Pixel Phones.

Though bearing an IP53 certification, the Google phone is no match to the protection that its competitions offer.

Waterproof Your Google Pixel with LifeProof

LifeProof, a company that makes smartphone cases that provide extra protection, had decided to help Google in luring back in those potential customers who turned their heads away. LifeProof introduced FRĒ for Pixel, a case specifically designed for Google's Pixel and Pixel XL.

At a not-so-cheap $89.99 a piece, LifeProof can turn your refined Pixel and Pixel XL the outdoor makeover with its water, dust, snow and drop protection. Available in Asphalt Black, LifeProof also offers added functionality when you connect the case with a "Quickmount Adaptor." Almost GoPro like, this adaptor attached to the case can accommodate various accessories like belt clip, an arm band, suction mount and bike plus bar mount that can hold the phone when doing rigid outdoor activities.

Take Advantage of Your Google Pixel Camera

As reported, the Google Pixel phones has a 12.3 megapixel rear camera that DxO gave an 8.9 rating, the highest for any smartphones, that makes using the phone as an all-around action camera a more plausible reason.

Those looking for a good phone with an excellent camera may have found one with Google's Pixel Phones. Though missing the same level of water or dust proofing that rivals like the S7, Note 7, X Performance and even the iPhone 7 have, Google's Pixel phone may still have a bite at the market, all thanks to LifeProof.

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