Google is giving away these cool Pixel posters to some fans

Do you think you are a "superfan" of the Google Pixel? The company is giving away some great posters to the biggest fans of its mobile family.

If you consider yourself a superfan for the Google Pixel series of mobiles, check your email inbox: there may be a surprise waiting for you… As long as you live in the United States.

At least they indicate it from AndroidPolice, where they report that Google is giving away a collection of posters to some of the biggest fans in the Pixel family. Those who are part of the club superfans of the Pixel series that the company launched a few months ago.

The posters in question show ** images of the entrails of the Pixel 4a, Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G), and those who are chosen to receive this gift will only have to enter their postal address to receive them completely free.

The posters of the Google Pixel

This is how the posters that Google is giving away to its Pixel superfans look like.

Google gives away posters to its "superfans"

Google created the club superfans of the Pixel series with the aim of bringing together the followers of its family of smartphones in the same place, and offering them the possibility of discovering in advance the news that is to come to this family of devices.

This club also grants access to some benefits and gifts, and everything indicates that this collection of posters is the first of surprises with which Google wanted to thank its followers for their support.

In total they are three posters that make up the collection, and that they are being sent to all those superfans that they request it through the email received by some of them. Each sheet shows one of the latest “deconstructed” Google phone models, in a 20 x 25 or 25 x 25 centimeter format, depending on the sheet. They will all be sent Frameless, which will have to be purchased separately in case you want to hang them on the wall.

For the rest of mortals there is no way, at least for now, to purchase the posters without needing to be superfans. A shame given that, for now, this club is only available in the United States, and it does not appear that the company has plans to expand its availability to other regions.