Previous leaks said the Pixel 3 would be available for preorder right after Google's event on Tuesday in all the countries where Google is holding local events, including the US, UK, and France, but also in other worldwide markets. Vote in our poll below and let us know more in the comments.
Google kicked off a trend two years ago with the original Pixel in which the larger and smaller of its two handsets wouldn't have any spec differences except for the battery and screen size.
The Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL were announced this week and are without a doubt some of the most compelling Android phones on the market. For reasons that we have already reviewed dozens of times (the Pixel 3 XL prototype expedition would have been stolen and sold on the black market), we had the impression that we know all about the third-generation pixel phones of society. long before they appeared on stage in NY last Tuesday. The dual-lens selfie cam exists exclusively to facilitate wide-angle selfies that fit more into the frame.
BMW ramps up investment in China to meet electric demand
In addition to its Brilliance partnership, BMW is also working on a new venture for its Mini brand with China's Great Wall Motor. By increasing its stake in the China business, BMW will be able to keep more of the revenues it generates in the Chinese market.
Google has managed to use software prompts to compensate for all the features supported by cameras with dual lenses on other phones. The question, of course, is how well those software tricks work. Does Super Res Zoom deliver on that tall order? In fact, with the new Pixel range coming close on the heels of the new Apple iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max devices, both seem deserving for a comparison shoot out to find out if one has the edge over the other.
If you want to get it too, just head over to your Chrome app for Android, open a new tab, type in chrome://flags and search for the "Explore websites" flag. We'll add that the color reproduction and tone also look much better in the iPhone XS's photo. That is what we can expect from the Samsung keynote not from Google.