Pixel 3 vs Pixel 2

Google entered the smartphone market couple of years ago by introducing Google Pixel smartphone. Since then they have already released Google Pixel and Google Pixel 2 in the market. Both the instruments come in their XL avatars also. But Google has not been able to give a hard night’s sleep to its rivals Apple and Samsung yet. Google Pixel 2, 2 XL excelled in their high-end cameras and easy access to Google assistant. While Google Pixel 2 had the best camera in the market, Google Pixel 2 XL had many quality control issues and bugs in it. Google had earlier roped in third party vendors to assist in the making of these smartphones. However, after acquiring the team from HTC, they launch Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL to be the top-notch smartphone in the market. The buzz in the market is that the all new Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL will fix all those flaws of its earlier version of Google Pixel 2 XL.


Sure, the all-glass layout makes the Pixel 3 more vulnerable to damage, but it also enables a much better LTE connection and wireless charging. Must be why there is a lack of aluminum-backed phones in 2018. The Pixel 3 will be the latest causality. Also more curved borders everywhere on Pixel 3. Less boxy than preceding Google phones, a trend in iPhone and also others as well. You’ll also obtain Active Edge, which allows you to squeeze the sides of the phone to call up Google Assistant, just like Pixel 2. This is preferred as opposed to a dedicated AI button, like Samsung does with Bixby button. No headphone jack with this smartphone (just like last year) and you won’t find a microSD card slot. 64GB and 128GB storage settings are what you are stuck with. There’s a SIM card tray slot machine, interestingly at the bottom of the device directly next to the USB-C port. The Pixel 3 color Merely Black is our favorite of this trio. White looks cheaper rather than Pink isn’t for everyone. It is the color you desire if you’re trying to stand out, but we preferred the past year’s exceptional Mint color. You’ll get a fresh Mint colour on the snowy Google Pixel 3.

Wireless Charging

Wireless charging is a brand new attribute for the Pixel mobiles, and a welcome change today that Google is starting the Pixel Stand wireless charger using its new devices. We have not experienced a wirelessly charging Google phone as the vinyl Nexus 6.
Pixel 3 has a 2,915 mAh battery, slightly smaller than you’d hoped, but it’s still an improvement over the last year’s 5-inch Pixel 2 2,700mAh unit. Google’s Android 9 Pie software will juice it up too.
You’ll be able to get all-day battery life from this phone with normal use, and you will certainly benefit from fast 18W new wireless charging.


Android P developed by Google now will feature the new phones that is already available in some phones as part of a beta. The new version will include the features of power usage shaving and digital wellness which is going to give the real picture of your usage. The significant upgrade is in the interface. The new version will support gestures with the help of the Home button. There are new features that include swiping from bottom upwards showing all open apps and a second swiping will show the app menu with a twist.


Undoubtedly, Google Pixel 3 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and 4GB of RAM, this processor is scheduled to be a part of all new high-end smartphones this year. The present Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are having 4GB Ram and an option of either 64GB or 128GB of storage. But expectations are ripe about a 6GB RAM in the upcoming models.

The highlight, however, could be the rear-facing 12.2MP camera and also two front-facing 8MP cameras. The 2nd selfie camera has been optimized for wide angle selfies, allowing one to find an entire set taken without cutting people from the picture. To today the Google Pixel 2 camera calms us and the Pixel 3 building away from the success gives us high hopes for our upcoming camera evaluations.

What do you think? Is it that much better than Google Pixel 2?

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