Google Introduces Jeremy Scott Designed Live Case for Pixel and Nexus


Google’s newest Live Case is a collaboration with designer Jeremy Scott. Scott, for those new to fashion, is known in the sneaker game for his Adidas wings shoes, but also for his own brand of clothing. It’s all very colorful and often uses cartoon characters or at the very least, gives off a cartoonish vibe. 

With that in mind, you shouldn’t be surprised to know that his Live Case is very much like everything he designs. Google and Scott took a bunch of “his” emojis and plastered them all over a handful of colorful cases. They also created companion live wallpapers for each case that will rotate through emoji each day and can be animated with a shake of the phone too. Along with the case, Google is offering up a sticker pack from Jeremy Scott that can be used in Allo.


The case is made for the Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P. It starts at $40 and can be designed through Google’s case maker. You will see 9 color and emoji case choices, plus you’ll have control over the zoom level and rotation.

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