Google Pixel 3 XL Review


Google’s new Pixel 3 XL smartphone is an impressive camera device, capable of capturing several layers of image information with just one lens. This allows it to process the image in the best possible way after shooting. For example, its new Top Shot feature automatically selects the best photo from a burst of images.

Price of Google Pixel 3 XL

The Google Pixel 3 XL is available in several colors and configurations. It comes with a powerful Snapdragon 845 processor, faster than the A12 in the iPhone XS. In addition, it has either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage and 4GB of RAM. But these aren’t the only things that set the Pixel 3 apart. The camera quality is also impressive.

Depending on the region, Google Pixel 3 XL prices can range anywhere from $180 to $240. The exact price of the Google Pixel 3 XL will vary depending on several factors, including the phone’s condition. Brand new phones tend to sell for more than older, used models. Other factors include storage capacity and network carrier. For example, unlocked phones from networks other than AT&T or Verizon will get a better price.


Google’s Pixel 3 XL has an outstanding display. It offers three user-selectable Color Modes that let you control the Vividness of displayed images. There’s also an option to change the Color Gamut, which lets you choose the colors you want to see more vividly. In addition, pixel 3 XL offers an accurate and customizable color spectrum.

As consumers spend more time watching content on their Smartphones, the display quality on these devices is important. For years, companies such as DisplayMate Technologies have been pushing the limits of overall display quality and color accuracy. This is especially true regarding smartphones, and this is one of the best displays available today.

The Pixel 3 XL’s display has a top-tier performance, earning All-Green ratings in DisplayMate Lab tests. This is the highest overall display grade awarded by the company. This demonstrates the company’s commitment to improving its smartphones’ displays.


The Google Pixel 3 Xl has a fairly basic camera app. It does not offer manual exposure control or Pro mode, but it does offer four preset modes for stills photography. It also has a slow-motion mode and video recording capabilities. The camera also supports HDR+.

The Pixel 3 XL’s camera can shoot videos at up to 30 frames per second, and it can also shoot at up to 60 frames per second in 1080p and 720p. The camera also can record in 120fps for slow motion. It also saves files in H.264 and HEVC, which makes it compatible with most cameras.

The camera on the Google Pixel 3 Xl and Pixel 3 features a single camera on the back. The 12.2-megapixel sensor is image-stabilized and includes a Pixel Visual Core chip for processing images. A second wide-angle selfie camera is also present on the front. The camera is also equipped with a flicker sensor.

Now Playing

Now Playing is an offline music player in the Google Pixel 3 Xl. The feature works offline and never sends song or background conversation information to Google. Instead, it downloads a large database of music to your phone. To enable this feature, tap the blue “TURN ON” button in the lower right corner of the phone.

After you’ve enabled the feature, you should check the settings to see if the song database has been updated. Suppose it hasn’t. Simply re-enable it and update it. After updating, it should suggest that you turn on Now Playing.


If you want to get the latest version of Android on your Google Pixel 3 XL, you need to install the latest software for your phone. This will give you access to new features and fixes bugs. It would help if you backed up your phone before you started this process. If you do not have the latest software installed on your phone, follow the instructions on your screen to update your phone.

Google’s software updates can take days to reach all of its devices. So, it’s advisable to check for updates as soon as possible. You’ll be notified if a new software update is available.

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