Google Pixel 3 & 3 XL price, full review, and camera samples leaks with iPhone XS Max camera shoot-out

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Google will release the Google Pixel 3 in three more days. And, today’s leak completes the list of still unexplored features of the upcoming Google Pixel duo. Now, we’ve two new sources that reveal the remaining myths. And, the first source reveals some information about the pricing. Further, it reveals some key features that have come from the UK carrier’s brochure. Secondly, we’ve got a review for this smartphone from Hong Kong-based website’s review.

Key Features

Starting with the carrier’s ad, we’ve got a short text that describes three key features of the new Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones. One such feature relates to something called “Top Shot”. And, just like the Galaxy Note9, it lets you take perfect shots with no blinks and disturbances. This new feature will capture the shots with a smile on face. One more feature that relates to the camera is “Super Selfie Mode” feature to take a wide-angle front-facing camera.

Lastly, there exist an improved Edge Squeeze features that bring out the Google’s Assistant. And also, flipping the phone face down will result in DND (Do Not Disturb) mode being turned on.

Price

Now, for the pricing, the Pixel 3 will cost around £706, and this breaks down to £58 each month for two years with £10 upfront cost. On the other hand, the Pixel 3 XL will cost you £766. And, this equates to £63 installment each month for two years and £20 upfront. Further, the brochure has few details regarding the 3rd generation Chromecast, Google Home Mini and Google Home Hub.

Images

Now, the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL review on Unwire.hk seems amazing. The full-fledged review gives you all the details about the Pixel duo. Also, the site reveals some camera samples of the Pixel 3 XL vs the iPhone XS MAX. The images from the Google pixel 3 XL seems more natural and have more detail in the low light conditions. The images that come out from the Google Pixel 3 XL seems to have a better dynamic range than the iPhone XS MAX. Coincidentally on the same day, we’ve got to see someone in Hong Kong already purchasing Pixel 3 XL smartphone from the store.

Apparently, WahPhone Digital shares a quick glance at their Facebook page revealing their pride in selling unreleased units.

Now, Engadget Chinese Editor in Chief, Richard Lai outs the hands-on video of the Pixel 3 XL. Now accordingly the store apparently made a hefty profit of HKD 15,880, or right around $2,030. The investment will likely pay off. And, you can hit up Engadget’s website for the video, photos and more information.