Google Pixel 3 Phones Launch Amid Privacy Storm

Google Pixel 3 Phones Launch Amid Privacy Storm

Google Pixel 3 Phones Launch Amid Privacy Storm

Google launch many products but Pixel 3 phones, new tablet Pixel Slate and smart home device Google Home Slate caught more attention.

Google introduced its new third-generation Pixel 3 mobile phones, a new Google Home Hub with a screen and its first Pixel Slate tablet computer.

The Pixel phones have barely made a dent in the market since their debut two years ago, but Google is hoping to change that with the latest models unveiled on Tuesday at an event in NY. Google also rolled out a new device called Home Hub that couples a small display screen with an Internet-connected speaker.

The trio represent the latest update from Google's 2 and a half year old hardware division, which is finally building a single, cohesive Google device brand. The Pixel may come with enhanced user interface but it still has room for improvement before it can catch up with Apple.

Pricing of new Pixel phones is very close to new iPhones this year and have been caught in a clamp of import duty that has nearly doubled amid the steep depreciation of the rupee.

Google has announced it is now ending access to the service to the wider public.

Both phones have been made available for pre-order already. A new report from former KGI Securities Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the new iPad Pro's Face ID will work in both landscape as well as portrait mode, which many believed won't be the case. A thankful Google Engineer was eventually reunited with his tester phone, but not before the Lyft driver shared the news with AndroidPolice.com.

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For the time being, the Pixel 2 will continue to retail alongside its upgrade. The Pixel 3 will be available October 18 starting at $799 - $200 below the least expensive iPhone XS.

Except I'm thinking about it now, as the Pixel 3 prepares to go on sale next week in Singapore (with Singtel and Starhub).

Google is the latest company to join the ranks of the clone manufacturers for the iPhone X, and Google has managed to create an incredibly ugly version.

Galaxy Note 9 debuted back in August and was critically-acclaimed for packing a wealth of flagship features into an incredibly premium-feeling device.

The US$1.1 billion HTC deal, which was announced in September previous year and officially closed in January 2018, saw more than 2,000 HTC engineers moving to Google. The plethora of AI-based features makes it great as a camera both for social occasions and serious photography. It comes with a pair of 8-megapixel cameras - one in the rear to take pictures and one in the front optimized for video conferencing. You can take over and pick up, hang up, or report the caller as spam. From the demonstration, it looked like a total sampling of 13 photos per each shutter snap, but Top Shot technology may have even captured way more.

But the Pixel 3 XL in particular has been criticised for its notch at the top of its display.

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