Google working on update to fix Pixel 3 memory management issues

Google Pixel 3 Pixel 3 XL Spotted With Wi Fi Sharing Feature

You just need to use the Hotspot feature on your Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL to share your Wi Fi connection

What's most alarming to me, however, is that Google has publicly stated that some bugs-the stereo speaker imbalance, for example-aren't bugs at all, but are "by design". Without a specific timeframe, you'll just have to wait for the update to pop up on your phone. In any case, it seems like colors are a bit off, while it's not as well balanced as the one on the Pixel 3, but it's possible that you'll get different results in different scenarios. But it ain't ideal, and right now, the Pixel 3's biggest issue is wonky memory management.

Now that we're in November and eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Google Pixel Slate, we're beginning to see the emergence of pre-order options at multiple outlets.

The Pixel Slate starts at $599 and is available in multiple configurations.

You'll see a log of all the songs identified by your Pixel 3.

You can also add a shortcut to your home screen.

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Both the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL come with 4gb of RAM, which means they should be able to handle several complex actions at once. And in this guide, we'll help you with tips and how-tos on the new and updated features awaiting you.

There may be just one camera on the back of the Pixel 3, but up front, you'll find a pair of lenses. Using the wide-angle lens, you'll be able to capture 184 percent more of the scene than you could with the iPhone XS's front camera, according to Google.

You'll see the shortcut on your home screen. The Pixel doesn't necessarily offer the best of Android, but it is the best showcase for what Google can do right now.

Android 9 adopts gesture-based navigation in which you'll swipe your way to the Recents screen and the app drawer, and you can even drag the Home button to scrub through recent apps.

The latter two retailers let you choose from models priced at $799, $999, and $1,599 with Intel Core m3, Core i5, and Core i7 inside respectively, whereas the $799 version is actually the priciest you can get at the official Google Store right now.

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