Google's Pixel 3 XL is the Most Expensive Android Phone in India

Google's Pixel 3 XL is the Most Expensive Android Phone in India

The display on last year's Pixel 2 XL phone was met with a variety of complaints including dullness, shadows at certain angles, and screen burn-in. The 64GB storage variant of Pixel 3 costs INR 71,000 (USD 958) in India, while the 128GB storage variant will be costing INR 80,000 (USD 1,080).

The Pixel 3 runs a stock version of Android 9 Pie straight out of the box.

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Speculation has been confirmed in a Made by Google tweet, forcing Pixel 3 users to adapt to gesture navigation. Priced at $41, many people have steered clear of these cases, but now that they are priced at $30.74, they are a bit more affordable, and many are going to want to put one on their new Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL. Some of the Pixel 3 features are exclusive to the new handsets because of hardware requirements.

Screen calls and block spam: When you get an incoming call from an unknown caller, just tap "Screen call" to let the Google Assistant help out. They both come in fun colours, have standout cameras, pack a ton of impressive features in a somewhat affordable package (or, at least, more affordable than some other options), and start shipping this month. This continues with the latest generation, but next week's launch also sees the app get a long-awaited feature. The updated feature comes with select Marvel characters. The camera uses a special computational photography technique called Super Res Zoom, which produces sharp details when you zoom.

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Droid Life spotted the subtle but crucial change in the Pixel Buds support pages, which now state that "Google Translate is available on all Assistant-optimized headphones and Android phones" rather than only on the Pixel Buds and Pixel phones. These could be the three colour options of the Pixel 3 models. Pick any of these and you will have the same camera experience. "At the same time as Pixel 3 launch (October 18th), we will introduce support for Android-compatible plugged-in external microphones in the default camera app for all Pixels", the engineer wrote on Google's forums. All this time, Google representatives constantly referred to the program during the presentation of his new products.

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