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The Pixel 3 XL has the notch at the top of the phone on the left, but the regular Pixel 3 does not.
Here are the two phones side by side.
"Not pink" is on the left, "just black" in the middle and "clearly white" on the right.
Some of the phones in the demo room already had cases, and you can see the Pixel Stand in the middle.
Here's a look at the Stand by itself and with the Pixel 3 as it would look if you were charging it up.
Taking a closer look at the camera and controls.
Taking a closer look at the USB-C port and the SIM card.
Right-side buttons on the Pixel 3.
Close-up of the camera lens, light sensor and flash.
Both in the "not pink" color variation.
No notch on the Google Pixel 3, while there is on the iPhone XS. The Google Pixel 3 XL has a notch, however.
The back view of both phones for comparison.
A shot of the Google Pixel Slate from the demo room.
Here we have the Google Pixel Slate that can be used with a stylus for drawing directly onscreen.
The Pixel Slate can be folded into position easily.
The Google Pixel Slate collapsed and ready to move.
Here's a closer look at the keyboard and touchpad.
You'll find the power button at the top left edge.
You can control the various electronics in your home from a central place with the new Google Home Hub.
With a connected Google Home Hub you can quickly bring up recipes to help out with daily meals.
The Google Home Hub comes in four colors: charcoal (black), mint, chalk (gray) and pink.
The Google Home Hub doesn't take up much shelf space.
You get a better idea of the size of the Home Hub in this shot.
The power cord plugs into the back.
Here you can see the Google Home Hub, the Pixel Slate and the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones. The Pixel Stand is not pictured, but is earlier in this gallery.
The CNET gang is here in New York to cover the Google Pixel 3 event live.
SVP of hardware Rick Osterloh took the stage first to talk about how we use tech throughout our day and how Google is helping to make that easier.
Google announced three new pieces of hardware right off the bat, starting with the Pixel 3.
Google announced its latest laptop, called the Pixel Slate.
For the smart home, the company announced the Google Home Hub with its own screen.
The hardware rose up out in the audience and everyone scrambled to take the first pictures of the Google Pixel 3, the Pixel 3 XL, the Slate and the Google Home Hub.
Vice President of Product Management Diya Jolly came onstage to talk about the Google Home Hub.
The smart home portion of Google's announcements today, the Google Home Hub, is available for preorder today for $149.
Director of Product Management Trond Wuellner came onstage to talk about the Pixel Slate.
Wuellner talked about the resolution of the display, the dual front-firing speakers and search functions that help get you where you want to go while you work.
Wuellner also showed off the tactile Slate Keyboard and touchpad for the Pixel Slate.
The Pixel Slate goes for $599 the Slate Keyboard for $199 and the Pixelbook Pet for $99.
Liza Ma and Brian Rakowski came on stage to talk about the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
The new Pixel phone will come in three colors: just black, clearly white, and not pink (it's totally pink).
One of the new features for the Pixel 3 camera is the Group Selfie Cam. It uses a second lens to let you zoom out and capture more of the scene.
Sticker characters now interact more with what you're doing in the shot.
As part of the playground AR stickers, there's a new Childish Gambino sticker you can add to your scenes.
Google says the new Pixel Stand charges faster and turns your Pixel into a helpful component of your smart home similar to the Google Home Hub experience.
You can preorder both the Google Pixel 3 for $799 and the Google Pixel Stand for $79 now.