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Google Pixel 3 XL Is Already Selling In Hong Kong Before Launch

We don't know much about when we'll see the Google Pixel Slate hit the market, .

The firm's '#MadeByGoogle' event kicks off at 11a.m. (ET) on Tuesday and is hosting a livestream of all the announcements. Now, Google has announced the pricing for the Pixel 3 series in India.

Back in 2016, Google has forayed into the vast smartphone segment with its Pixel and Pixel XL devices. It is no longer been listed on the website of the Google Store and the update to Android 9 Pie has also been denied for the tablet.

There have been so many leaks of Google's hardware over the last month or so that we know most of what's coming. Among it was the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.


There is one area though, where the Pixel 3 XL does seem to be miles ahead of others: the camera performance. The dual-tone design makes the Pixel 3 XL look distinctive.

The Pixel 3 and 3 XL will differ in screen size and resolution, battery capacity, weight, and dimensions.

Previous rumours suggest the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Besides, Google will ditch the traditional headphone jack on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL this year to keep up with the latest design trend. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are expected to have a dual selfie camera setup that will include two 8-megapixel sensors. It appears that users may be able to switch between f/1.8 and f/2.2 apertures. For those who don't know, Chrome OS is Google's own operating system that's designed for low-priced devices.

It'll feature a Chromebook tablet that attaches to a separate keyboard, according to photos from MySmartPrice, which has accurately leaked Google launches in the past. This new tablet was previously being referred to as "Nocturne", and it is going to come with Intel's Core i7 processor with up to 16GB of RAM.


The new Pixel phones are expected to follow the trend of expanding the phone screen almost to the edges of the device.

Google noted that, unlike rivals from Amazon and Facebook, the new Home Hub doesn't feature a built-in camera. The Home Hub retails for $149 and ships October 22. There is no information available on whether it will be available in other color variants. I've never wanted an iPad or a Windows tablet, and I've always preferred the purity and first-in-line-for-operating-system-upgrades you get with a Google branded product. The site claims that Google considered calling this feature Super Selfies. In reality, we have heard a lot of rumors regarding the next generation Google Pixel smartphone. The device was not officially confirmed by Google at the time, but was widely tipped to debut at last night's Made By Google event.

The software will let you choose amongst all the photos taken during a Photobooth session.


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