A little Easter egg on this Friday, especially as the Google Pixel starts coming onto the mailboxes and doorsteps of pre-sales participants. Or you headed to the Verizon store yesterday and ran away oh so giddy with a phone or two.

As we found out from our colleagues at Android Police, Google has carved out the address of its headquarters, the Googleplex, onto the Pixels’ SIM tray. Of course, there’s only so much you can fit onto those strips of metal while still making sure the text’s fairly readable, but you’d hope that you wouldn’t need “Parkway,” “Mountain,” and a few commas to get the… joke?

Is this a joke? And why doesn’t Apple give out its address when it tells you where it designed its phones? Perhaps we get to see “Made in Taiwan” type soon.

Via: Android Police

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