Google Pixel 3 is designed from the inside out to be the smartest, most useful device in your life.
It's a phone that can answer itself, a camera that won't miss a shot, and a whole new experience while it's charging.
Pixel 3 was built with exceptionally beautiful and thoughtful design choices.
It feels great to the touch and light in your hand.
The matte finish on the all glass back is the first of its kind.
It carries over our iconic two tone design while providing a beautiful, silky texture that helps avoid fingerprints.
We developed a new etching process that allows for both matte and glossy textures on the same piece of curved glass.
With smooth lines and seamless transitions.
Pixel 3 comes in three colors, Just Black, Clearly White, and a new color, Not Pink.
The new Pixel comes in two display sizes, the five and a half inch Pixel 3 and the 6.3 inch Pixel XL.
Both of them share the same features.
But we know users who want a bigger phone really want a bigger screen.
So, we've designed Pixel 3 XL's screen to extend all the way to the upper corners giving users an edge-to-edge viewing experience with some extra useful space at the top.
The flexible OLED is the best pixel display ever.
The new adaptive color profile provides a bright, vibrant viewing experience from any angle and in any lighting.
Both phones have bigger screens than last year's Pixel and a larger screen's body ratio.
It feels smaller and more comfortable to hold Our front firing stereo speakers are 40% louder and richer than last year.
Perfect for a video call or for playing music by the pool.
The custom sound profile was developed for pixel three by a Grammy winning music producer for stunning volume and clarity.
To get the most out of this incredible audio experience, Pixel 3 is the first phone that ships with the new YouTube music streaming experience.
And we're giving it to Pixel owners, on us for six months.
Between the design, the display and the powerful speakers, you'll love how Pixel 3 looks and sounds.
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