Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL released at the start of November and have remained arguably the best handset on the market for anyone wanting a superb camera and great software.
The flagship duo both tout a single 12.2-megapixel sensor on their rear that harnesses Google’s clever processing technologies to capture gorgeous images.
Additionally, the Pixel 3 runs Google’s version of Android and will be first in line to receive new versions of the operating system such as the forthcoming Q.
Google is currently discounting the price of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL by £150, meaning the former starts from as little as £589.
Here is a full list of Pixel 3 offers from Google’s online store:
• Pixel 3 with 64GB of internal storage – £589 (was £739) GET THE DEAL HERE
• Pixel 3 with 128GB of internal storage – £689 (was £839) GET THE DEAL HERE
• Pixel 3 XL with 64GB of internal storage – £719 (was £869) GET THE DEAL HERE
• Pixel 3 XL with 128GB of internal storage – £819 (was £969) GET THE DEAL HERE
Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are certainly not the best handsets on the market in terms of a design perspective; the duo both come with bezels around their respective displays with the latter touting one of the largest and most controversial notches on a smartphone to date.
However, the phones more than make up for the fact with great software and outstanding camera systems on their front and rear.
As is alluded to by its name, the Pixel 3 XL comes with a larger display and battery than the smaller Pixel 3.
The XL touts a 6.3-inch P-OLED screen while the Pixel 3 has a 5.5-inch panel.
Moreover, Pixel 3 XL also comes with a 3,430mAh battery as opposed to the 2,915mAh capacity present in the smaller Pixel 3.
Apart from differences in screen and battery, the duo remain the same in terms of specifications and features.
Pixel 3 is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor and has 4GB of RAM.
Overall, the phone delivers snappy performance across the board but is certainly outclassed by the likes of the OnePlus 7 Pro in this regard.
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