In a world dominated by smartphones, cell phone manufacturers have to up their game very frequently because people aren’t keen on being associated with cell phones with outdated technologies. Keeping up with the trend of releasing amazing flagship models to stay ahead in the competition, Google will be soon launching an upgraded and savvier version of its flagship model, the Google Pixel. Google will unveil its much-awaited enhanced version of the Pixel phones, Google Pixel 3, on October 18, 2018.
Google Pixel 3 is predicted to be the most sought-after product of the tech giant’s ingenious ideas, and will soon be available for pre-order. If you are wondering whether this “intelligent” smartphone is worth spending about $799, then here are some reasons why investing in Google Pixel 3 will be the best thing you have done so far:
Google Pixel 2 camera is amazing, but Google Pixel 3 takes it a notch up and makes the camera supersmart. Though Google Pixel 3 has a 12.2-megapixel lens on the back, which isn’t exactly something new in the era of powerful triple-lens cameras, Google Pixel 3 has an incredibly smart camera that can automatically pick the best image from the burst of photos, infer colors in low-light shots, and can sharpen digitally zoomed image. These features are known as Top Shot, Night Sight, and Super Res Zoom, respectively, and are what aid you in your endeavor to click the perfect picture.
Dual lens for the perfect selfie
Though Google Pixel 3 has a single lens on the back, the tech giant recognizes your need to up selfie game. So, voila! Google has added a second lens on the front camera so that you can click wide-angle selfies without any hassle. This means that you can fit all your friends in one frame and no one would feel left out. In fact, Google asserts that this wide-angle lens delivers 184 larger perspectives than the front-facing lens on its competitor, the iPhone XS.
The latest Android
With Google Pixel 3, you will be experiencing the latest and greatest version of the Android. Google allows its Pixel 3 users to make the most of the newest Android on the block, which even the latest smartphones are devoid of. Moreover, as Google supports the Pixel phones with software updates for the next 3 years, you wouldn’t have to fret about the phone going obsolete the next year.