Headlights have been a huge hit among iPhone users.
But it turns out you can also get them on your Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
In fact, Google says it’s adding more options for your Pixel 2, Pixel 2 Pro, and Pixel 3 this month.
Headlights are an integral part of Google’s Pixel line of phones and are a big reason why the company was able to get a whopping 5 million installs on the device last month.
It’s not just the Google Pixel line that has had the most headlight-equipped devices.
Google is also adding an array of other devices that offer headlight options to the Pixel line.
In addition to the Google Play Store, Google has also added a dedicated Pixel support page for the Google Home app.
We tested a few Pixel 2s on a recent trip to California to try them out.
The Pixel 2’s headlight is pretty standard for a Google Pixel device, but there are a few minor tweaks that make the Pixel 2 even more impressive.
Headlights come in two basic types, white and black.
The white version is typically more comfortable to wear, and the black version is more expensive and harder to find.
Headlight Type White LED Headlight White LED LED Headlights for the Pixel 3 are made of two different materials.
If you don’t know what you’re looking for, headlight reviews like these are helpful.
They help you understand the difference between a good and bad product.
They also help you decide which LED to buy.
There are also several other color options, like red, blue, or green.
You can also find the standard white LED version in black or white.
Some users have complained that the white LED versions are harder to see through the Google home app than the black and white versions.
But I can say with confidence that the Pixel light is far more bright than the white versions, which are often too dim to see with your naked eye.
I also like the color selection.
The white and blue are my favorites, so I went with the red, purple, and green versions.
This is the Google Assistant-enabled Pixel 2.
Google has also rolled out a number of headlight updates for Pixel phones in recent months.
In the last month alone, the Pixel has received a variety of new headlight upgrades: a red LED, a new white LED, and a red light that goes from red to green when the device is powered on.
For more on headlight technology, headlamps, and other headlamp accessories, check out our article on the best headluminaries for 2017.
What do you think about headlight support for Google Pixel phones?
Let us know in the comments.