An overview of Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3XL
Google has never seized to be on the top of its game. This time too it steals the show with the launch of its much-anticipated Pixel smartphones. Followed by several speculations and endless leaks, the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL are finally here! Flagship models from the brand, one can expect the best of Google packed with the Pixels. You enjoy the best of every world, as the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3XL are powered by Al that makes for the most amazing experiences.
As apparent with the names, the Google Pixel 3 and the Google Pixel 3XL come with some differences. While the internal specs and the design are fairly similar, are there any noteworthy differences? If you wish to have a better understanding of what does and does not set the two models apart, here are some factors to closely consider:
Display and design
Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3XL come with no variation in design, baring the size of the latter. Google 3XL, as the name suggests, is larger and thus weighs a little more. Both the models use an aluminum frame while being IPX8 water and dust resistant. The major point of difference lies in the display, with Google Pixel 3 featuring a 5.5 inches display and an 18:9 aspect ratio. Google Pixel 3XL, on the other hand, comes with a 6.3 inches display and has an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. Thus, there may be a noticeable difference in the content, apps, and videos.
A Little surprising, both Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3XL come with the same battery! While one may think that two different-sized displays may call for different-sized batteries, Google thinks otherwise. Both the models encompass a 2915 battery and are touted to have the same battery life.
A bigger surprise? The two smartphones also feature the same cameras. The models come with an 8 MP with 1080p video front camera and a 12.2 MP rear camera. With optical and electronic image stabilization, the cameras can deliver some of the best phone images. However, it must be noted that both the cameras hit a miss on the dual lens rear camera that has been doing the rounds with flagships from most major smartphone brands.