Google Pixel 3 128GB Reviews

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Expert Reviews: 
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User Reviews: 
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Google Pixel 3 review: the little one shows how it's done

4.0
Verdict: The Google Pixel 3 is one of only a few Android smartphones to offer top hardware in a handy format. But the star of the show should also be the software this year, to set the phone apart from the competition. Whether the combination succeeds or not is something we reveal in our review.
Pros: Handy format, Very good camera, Loud front speakers, Pure Android
Cons: Average battery life, Problems with RAM management, No microSD slot or headphone jack

Read full review at AndroidPIT
7 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 XL Review

4.0
Verdict: Google's Pixel 3 XL has speed, fantastic software, an excellent camera, and unrivaled A.I. features you can't find anywhere else.
Pros: Excellent camera, Fluid software, useful A.I. features, Fast performance, Fingerprint-free rear glass design, Great screen, speakers
Cons: Mediocre battery life, The notch is really, really ugly, Photos can sometimes look too saturated

Read full review at Digitaltrends
8 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 review: The best camera smartphone of 2018

4.0
Verdict: Google Pixel 3 review: The Pixel 3 is the right phone for geeks and early adopters, but it's still not ready to be a mass premium seller like the iPhone XS and Galaxy S9.
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Read full review at Indian Express
8 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

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Verdict: The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are a showcase for what Google does best - deliver a very unique software experience using standard hardware. There are some custom chips thrown in this year for added security but overall, the new phones aren't technically very different from Android phones, some of which...
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Read full review at gadgets.ndtv.com
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

4.0
Verdict: The Google and Pixel 3 XL are strong follow-ups to last year's . Upon Google's initial announcement, the specifications and features of these phones didn't seem terribly impressive, in light of competing flagships based on the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor.
Pros: Great Design, Awesome Camera, Strong Performance, Clean, Android Pie
Cons: No Expandable Storage, Big Notch On The XL, New Navigation Elements May Take Getting Used To

Read full review at HotHardware
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3

4.4
Verdict: When I first reviewed the Pixel 3 and the larger 3 XL in October, I had an inkling it would be one of the best phones of the year. But I held off making a full judgement call until the OnePlus 6T and iPhone XR came out, and until Google rolled out a major camera feature it promised during launch.
Pros: The Pixel 3 takes brilliant photos, even in super low-light, with its single rear lens and it can capture wider selfie photos. It's water resistant, has wireless charging and it can screen unwanted calls
Cons: The phone doesn't have expandable memory or a headphone jack. The shot-to-shot camera delay can be sluggish in certain modes

Read full review at CNET
7 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

4.0
Verdict: Perhaps ironically, software has always been the central conceit to what Google has offered with the first two generations of Pixel hardware. Try as you might, there's no shying away from this fact. Sure, the hardware is solid and delightfully minimalist but it's nothing unique.
Pros: Incredible photography, Slick software
Cons: Kinda boring hardware, Less battery life than the competition

Read full review at review.goodgearguide.com.au
8 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

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Verdict: The bezels are bigger than we'd like, and battery life could certainly be better, but if you want pure Android, speedy updates and one of the best smartphone cameras around, this – or the Pixel 3 XL – is the phone to choose.
Pros: Top-quality camera, Lots of power, Pure Android with speedy updates
Cons: Sub-par battery, Big bezels, Screen could be sharper

Read full review at 3g.co.uk
8 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 XL

3.7
Verdict: Google is back with its third-generation smartphone and the larger of the two siblings packs a modest specification set, but what it lacks in hardware, it makes up for in software
Pros: Superior camera performance, Impressive battery life, Premium design and finish
Cons: Single rear camera can be limiting, No HDR10 or Dolby Vision, Notch is big and ugly

Read full review at Digit
8 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 XL review: Google's latest flagship excels at photos and software

4.0
Verdict: For the third year in a row, Google has released its own-brand smartphone under the PIxel label, in a choice of two sizes, to try and put into physical form its vision of what a mobile phone should be – a direct, Google-ified, Android rival to the iPhone .
Pros: Google aces the camera again, Screen is big and beautiful, Pixel Android and speedy updates
Cons: Did you notice that notch, Battery life is unspectacular, No in-screen fingerprint reader

Read full review at T3
8 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

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Verdict: Scott and I have already written up our preliminary thoughts on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL , but now it's time to go a bit deeper into the phones that are front and centre of Google's idea of what Android on a phone should be.
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Read full review at ausdroid.net
8 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

4.5
Verdict: Google Pixel 3 stands out of the crowd with its stunning design and camera performance. But its not only about camera, despite having 4 GB of RAM it is capable of handling high-graphics intensive games smoothly. With smooth and clean UI, it is the perfect Android phone out in the market.
Pros: Brilliant photos, super low-light, wider selfies, wireless charging
Cons: Doesn't have expandable memory and a headphone jack, no pro/manual mode

Read full review at PC Quest
6 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL review: the best camera gets a better phone

4.2
Verdict: When Google hardware chief Rick Osterloh introduced the Pixel 3 last week, he didn't utter the word "Android" a single time. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are Google phones. They swim in a sea of Google data and promise to use Google's machine learning to make everything better: photos, annoying spam...
Pros: Larger, better screen, Beautiful design, Excellent camera and wide angle selfie cam, Radically improved screen, Loud, clear front-facing speakers, Excellent camera and wide angle selfie cam
Cons: Largish top and bottom bezels, Easily scratched rear finish, Limited availability from US carriers and internationally, Doofy notch, Easily scratched rear finish, Limited availability from US carriers and internationally

Read full review at theverge.com
7 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL Review - Style Over Substance

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Verdict: If you want a no-nonsense phone that just works, this is what you buy. It truly has become the iPhone of Android, and will likely appeal most to users who aren't interested in lots of options, tweaking the interface, or making the phone feel like a one-of-a-kind device that no-one else has.
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Read full review at androidheadlines.com
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

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Verdict: The Pixel 3 is a great phone. It's not the Android phone designed to appeal to everyone. It's the Android phone designed to appeal to everyone else. It has a great camera, better build quality, improved screen, updated water-resistance rating, fast charging and wireless charging, new chipset, and...
Pros: Outstanding camera Great screen Better build quality Wireless charging Very smooth software Bundled Pixel Buds
Cons: Average battery life Screen brightness

Read full review at androidauthority.com
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 review: Brains over brawn

4.0
Verdict: The Pixel 3 doesn't stand out in any specific areas - and lags behind in one or two - but what it does do is bring together all of its functions to form a whole that feels genuinely smart, deploying clever AI and software tweaks to create something that's genuinely useful.
Pros: Outstanding camera, Incredibly smart AI features, Gorgeous design
Cons: Disappointing battery life, Not the fastest

Read full review at IT PRO
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 Review: It's More Than Just a Great Camera

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Verdict: The Google Pixel 3 can shoot incredible photos and videos, plus they leverage some pretty amazing AI and machine learning feature. Some of them you'll use. Some you won't.
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Read full review at Gear Patrol
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

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Verdict: And, well, it has and hasn't. The Pixel 3 is but an incremental upgrade compared to the Pixel 2, a rather well-received handset, albeit one with a rather dated design. At the same time having the phone slipped into our hands we can't help but feel that warm 'oooh, this is nice' feeling all over...
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Read full review at THE INQUIRER
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3: Get it cheaper right NOW

5.0
Verdict: Google Pixel 3: Google has unleashed the Pixel 3, but is it the true Android standard-bearer
Pros: Faultless screen, Superb camera, Excellent performance
Cons: Slightly-weaker battery life, Price hike

Read full review at expertreviews.co.uk
5 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 Review

4.5
Verdict: The Pixel 3 is the latest smartphone from Google, following on from the success of last year's Pixel 2. There are a number of new features, many of which are of particular interest to photographers. Like the previous versions of the phone, the camera is at the heart of much of Google's marketing.
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Read full review at PhotographyBLOG
8 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

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Verdict: Google Pixel 3 XL is currently Google's top Android smartphone of the year 2018 and it features the all-new Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. Aside from the new Android software, the phone offers a camera that's almost unbeatable in its class, dual selfie cameras, a new glass design with wireless...
Pros: Sleek & Light Weight Design | Matte Glass Back | Solid Build Quality, Pure Android | Smooth UX | Faster Android Updates, Ming-Boggling Camera Performance | Wide-Angle Selfies, Unlimited Google Photos Storage (~3 Years, Crisp & Bright OLED Display, Top-Notch Performance (Snapdragon 845, Playground Is...
Cons: No 4K at 60fps, No Dual SIM Option, No microSD Support

Read full review at mobigyaan.com
8 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 XL Review: Excelling in Every Sense

4.5
Verdict: The hounding influx of new smartphones, slipping into the market every other day, can be tiring but there are select smartphones that cut through this noise and still manage to keep you raring and interested.
Pros: Scratch-resistant glass design, IP68 rating, Striking display rated among best by DisplayMate, Mind-blowing and unbeatable camera, Wide-angle selfies, AR characters and Google Lens built into the camera app, Front-facing stereo speakers, Wireless charging and Pixel Stand support, MIMO Wi-Fi
Cons: Lacking RAM, 4K video capped to 30fps, Poor notch optimization in YouTube, Disabling the Notch is unnecessarily complicated, Inability to disable navigation gestures

Read full review at Beebom
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

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Verdict: The Google Pixel 3 is a great phone but more than that, it is a way for the company to showcase its software prowess. In many ways, it is easy to see hardware limits as challenges for the company. 4GB of RAM too less Nah, we'll show you what optimization can do. Or perhaps the battery
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Read full review at fonearena.com
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 vs iPhone XS

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Verdict: Google has announced the latest models in its Pixel range of smartphones: the
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Read full review at Macworld UK
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3

4.5
Verdict: The Google Pixel 3 has fast performance, excellent camera capabilities, and useful AI functionality that goes beyond what we're seeing in other Android flagships. It's $100 less than the larger Pixel 3 XL, doesn't have the distracting screen notch, and shares nearly all the same hardware and...
Pros: Compact. Fast performance. Beautiful OLED screen. Sharp front and rear camera with impressive low-light, zoom, and bokeh capabilities. Useful Google Assistant functionality. Highly optimized software with guaranteed updates
Cons: No headphone jack or memory card slot

Read full review at PC Magazine
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 Review: The Best Android Meets the Best Camera

4.4
Verdict: The Pixel 3 is the ultimate expression of Android and proof that AI done right can make your life easier.
Pros: Excellent performance, Quality OLED display, Top-tier cameras, Charming design, Call Screen is a godsend
Cons: A bit expensive, Bezels could be slimmer

Read full review at Tom's Guide
4 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 Camera Review

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Verdict: The Google Pixel 3 smartphone is often acclaimed as "the best phone camera" thanks to its near-legendary software stack. Legend or reality, our Image Quality (IQ) analysis will shed more light into real-world camera performance.Learn more: what is our Camera IQ score
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Read full review at ubergizmo.com
5 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 review: Small yet mighty

4.5
Verdict: For Android purists, nothing quite hits the spot like a Google Pixel phone. In years previous to the first generation, the itch was scratched by partnering with other manufacturers on the Nexus line, but in 2016, Google took it in-house.
Pros: Brilliant camera, Speedy and smooth performance, Pure Android Pie software is a joy, Rear design looks and feels great
Cons: Battery life could be better, Bug with camera killing apps in memory, Front bezel design looks quite dated

Read full review at Pocket Lint
7 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 review

4.5
Verdict: Update: Our Google Pixel 3 review includes Night Sight camera mode testing. It brightens low-light photos without the need for a flash and makes this already-fantastic phone even better. Hung up on price We also added details about the Google Pixel 3 Lite below.
Pros: Google's great camera got better, Much improved 5.5-inch OLED screen, Great one-hand-friendly size
Cons: Weaker battery life on the small phone, Rather muted colors this year, 4GB of RAM when others do 6GB

Read full review at TechRadar UK
5 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 XL review: Two months in…

4.6
Verdict: Just recently, we dropped our review for the Pixel 3. The XL's smaller sibling, our editor Jason heralded it as a great device in a small(er) package. I was quite excited for the Pixel 3 phones before they debuted. While some rumors didn't pan out, others did.
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Read full review at Techaeris
6 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 XL review

4.0
Verdict: It may not be a step change in performance, but this is an excellent Android phone nonetheless
Pros: The best Android experience, Excellent OLED screen, Superb camera
Cons: Average audio quality, No 3.5mm jack

Read full review at What Hi-Fi?
8 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 Review: Picture greatness

4.5
Verdict: It's a testament to just how high expectations are for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL that, even after months of the Google phones leaking, interest in them remains high. Now, the pair of Android 9 Pie handsets are finally headed to shelves, promising the cutting-edge in Google's computational...
Pros: Camera technology leads the pack, Elegant, tactile glass & metal design, Wireless charging is a welcome addition, OLED screens look great
Cons: Pixel 3 XL notch is divisive, More expensive than last year's Google phones, Still no headphone jack

Read full review at SlashGear
9 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 Review

4.5
Verdict: Google's third attempt at a Pixel phone is its most successful yet. The Google Pixel 3 is an excellent device with a nice display, truly stunning camera (now with the incredible Night Sight feature) and the best version of the Android software.
Pros: Great haptics, Google's Android is the best Android, Much-improved design, Breathtaking camera both on the front and back, Fast wireless charging and clever Pixel Stand (even if it's not included
Cons: No form of facial unlocking, Can scratch easily

Read full review at TrustedReviews
4 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

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Verdict: About four weeks ago, I sold my first-generation Google Pixel after two years of extensive use and switched to the new Pixel 3. And the one question which refuses to leave my Twitter mentions or private conversations is well, " But why ".
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Read full review at techpp.com
5 months ago
 

Great phone but take 128GB

5.0
Verdict: Its amazing phone but if you consider to buy it then go with 128GB version. It doesnt have slot for additional microSD card.
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Read full review at B&H Photo
5 months ago
 

Love this phone

5.0
Verdict: I upgraded to the Pixel 3 from the Galaxy S7, and I am glad that I did. The camera is amazing, and the Night Sight setting and Top Shot suggestions have been very useful. I have had the phone for a couple of months now, and the battery life has been just fine to get me through the day with charge to...
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Read full review at Verizon Wireless
6 months ago
 

Google Pixel 3 128GB

5.0
Verdict: Best Android Phone Available Today With Awesome Camera! The disadvantage is well priced.
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Read full review at pricespy.co.nz
7 months ago
 

Smooth and Beautiful

5.0
Verdict: I'll start by saying one thing: forget about the notch, which seems to be the main reason as to why people are hating on this phone. After two weeks of use I barely notice it, and everything else about the phone is top "notch": the camera is simply amazing, the software is great and smooth, the...
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Read full review at bell.ca
8 months ago
 

Great a everything BUT being a phone!

2.5
Verdict: While it's camera is great, looks amazing and has cool features (call screening, digital wellbeing, etc.) I DO NOT recommend this at all and actually miss my 4 year old Mototrola Droid Turbo that I gave up for this. Here it goes: 1. Biggest issue is it's phone functionality.
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Cons: Doesn't work as a phone, Static, Dropped calls, poor phone bluetooth connections

Read full review at phonearena.com
5 months ago
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