Pixel camera app to score a long-awaited feature on October 18

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 13, 2018

For reasons that we've covered a dozen times by now (a shipment of Pixel 3 XL prototypes was allegedly stolen and sold on the black market) it felt like we knew just about everything there was to know about the company's third-generation Pixel phones long before they were unveiled on stage in New York City this past Tuesday. The company has changed the design of Chrome, it has changed the Gmail design with the launch of new version, and there are many more revamps that you will see across all Google platforms.

Hey Google, tell me about the weather tomorrow and Alexa turn out the bedroom lights rolls right off the tongue.

Front camera: 7 MP photos and 1080p HD video. As Google explained during the event, its sole goal is to let people capture wide-angle selfies without the help of a selfie stick.

When it comes to the Google Assistant on your smartphone, it'll be able to Screen calls and block spam, as Google demonstrated on stage at the Made By Google event.

Read next: Google Pixel 3 XL vs Pixel 2 XL: Are Google's new phones an upgrade? But Google probably had a single-cam experience in mind for the Pixel 3 years ago, when it started designing the Pixel 3 camera.

Both phones have advanced selfie cameras, too.

. Unless you've got a Pixel 3 in your pocket, this is just about as close as you're gonna get. An average of 65 percent of you said you don't plan to buy either handset, 12 percent voted for the Pixel 3 XL, and 16 percent were interested in grabbing the smaller Pixel 3. Both the Pixel and Pixel 2 obtained the top DxOMark scores when they were launched, with each phone briefly occupying the top position in DxOMark's mobile rankings. There's a lot to love about the Pixel 3 ...

The iPhone XR has a 6.1-inch "liquid retina" display, while the Pixel 3 has a 5.5-inch OLED display. Currently, the Huawei P20 Pro is at the top (image above), followed by the iPhone XS Max.

There once was a time when, if you wanted a big-screen phone, Android was the only option.

So while both flagships are pretty much identical all of the way down to the brand new glass back and wireless charging, the key difference between the two is the fact that there's a display notch on the larger model. You can look forward to our upcoming review of the Pixel 3 for in-depth camera comparisons with other leading smartphones, including the iPhone XS and Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

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