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When Google chief of hardware Rick Osterloh introduced the Pixel 3 this week, he didn’t say”Android. “Android” a single time. It’s true that the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are Google phones. They’re awash in the ocean of Google data and promise to make use of Google’s machine learning technology to improve everything: your photos and annoying spam calls and perhaps even “digital wellbeing.”

Google’s hardware department isn’t quite three years older but its Pixel 3 is already three years old. Pixel 3 is the third version of the smartphone it owns. Google creating the hardware itself is no longer a new concept and to date, there’s enough time to gain an understanding of its goals and the design.

The majority of people purchase the phone as the physical manifestation of an organization’s vision of the future. People buy phones for the sake of having a great phone — one that has good screen and a great camera, and long-lasting battery. It’s all “phone stuff.”

Above all else I’m sure that’s the thing I think Google concentrated on this year in terms of making improvements to its “phone stuff.” The Pixel 3 and 3 XL are excellent phones that aim to solve a lot of the complaints that people had about the last year’s Pixels.

Since 2013 three years, these Pixel phones have been claiming the title in the title of “best Android phone,” however, they’ve always done it using an asterisk. These asterisks were caused by the screen’s bezels or something else. In this year’s edition, Google aims to claim the title again through their Pixel 3 and 3 XL without the asterisks.

Google Pixel 3 camera review

The Pixel 3 from Google Pixel 3 builds upon the solid foundation set by previous models. In terms of flagship phones the Pixel 3 is smaller than other models, sporting a 2160 x 1080 pixels 5.5-inch P-OLED display with a an extensive color spectrum that covers all of the DCI-P3 color space and supports high-dynamic range. The display is larger than the display area that the device has, which makes it more spacious that the display of Pixel 2 however, the phone is exactly the same. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip and has 4GB of RAM, with 64 or 128GB storage. As with its predecessor, the Pixel 2, it uses an USB-C connection, and comes with fingerprint sensors in the back. It also has unlimited storage space for your photos in Google Photos.

The camera is the main feature, Google has once again chosen not to include another lens, but using its dual-pixel sensor and smart software to offer Zoom as well as Bokeh. Its Pixel 3 provides solid upgrades over the Pixel 2 in both of the areas mentioned above, which is evident in its higher scores in these categories. Particularly the area of telephoto, this Pixel 3 is a phone with no camera for telephoto, yet it is capable of producing two-fold zoom images that are similar to the quality that is possible by using optical zoom.

The Pixel 3, Google has added a new mode known as Night Sight that is able to produce outstanding image quality in low light conditions, using an approach of stacking multiple frames in the event that there isn’t (or just minimal) moving in the frame. It’s important to keep in mind that we test every smartphone using only the default settings. Therefore, we didn’t take into account the results of Google’s Pixel 3’s Night Sight mode when calculating the calculation of our DxOMark scores.

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