Keeping up with Apple, Google has launched their most awaited Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL, which reportedly has exclusive features only to the new phones. With the launch of this 12.3-inch display device, Google is taking Apple and Microsoft straight on pitting it against their iPad Pro and Surface products respectively.
Google's yearly hardware event launch is now over and the "Made by Google" brand of devices has now expanded.
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Google unveiled a new Pixel smartphone that sports an upgraded camera with beefed-up artificial intelligence features. They will be available in three colours - Just Black, Clearly White and a new colour Not Pink. The devices will be sold via Flipkart, Airtel's online store, Reliance Digital, Croma and other leading offline stores across India. Larger Display The Pixel 3 XL has a 6.3-inch display as opposed to a 6-inch screen on the 2 XL. The Pixel 3 will start at $799 and the Pixel 3 XL will start at $899. Packed with a bright display with 293 ppi, the tablet uses a low custom polycrystal technology. They also include an "accessory connector for Pixel Slate Keyboard". Flipkart is also selling the Buyback Guarantee Policy for Rs 199 to get flat 50% Buyback value.
"Yes, the camera is awesome - and there are yet more technical ways to take the best selfies of your life first time", he said.
Another highlight of the tablet is the Split screen that is integrated for smooth multitasking and Google Assistant. The gadget has a built-in virus protection with automatic updates.
The Slate, set to compete with Apple's iPad Pro, is now only available in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada, priced at US$599. The Pixel Slate is priced at $599 and its stylus and keyboard will have to be purchased separately.
Google Home Hub: Google says Google Home Hub is particularly design for the home and it gets redesigned search in Photos, Maps, YouTube and Calendar, which can be controlled with the user's voice. Spotify, Pandora and iHeartRadio are also supported if you have subscriptions, as is YouTube.
The new phones will be available to pre-order from Thursday 11th October and will go on sale in the United Kingdom on Thursday 1st November.