Google Pixel 3 – Google’s Pixel ,the smartphone lineup by Google isn’t the best-selling smartphone series in the world . Google sold just 3.9 million Pixel phones globally in 2017 which shows that it not even close to the number of premium smartphones selling in world right now from other manufacturers. In Fact Apple’s Flagship iPhone X is selling more than the pixel range which is way cheaper than iPhone X. Google has made the Pixel series for the Users who wants a Pure Android Experience , Great Software experience , Powerful Hardware and the Premium Feel . Many Users like the device but later they switched to the alternatives due to Higher Price .
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Since the current Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are so widely adored by Android fans, it stands to reason that their successors are hotly anticipated. Early details surrounding the Pixel 3 series began to leak not long ago, and now we have another first to report in the long run up to Google’s Pixel 3 release.
Recent reports revealed a Big News featuring Google’s unreleased Pixel 3 phones: there will be three of them. In addition to the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL everyone is expecting, According to the Reports Google is Working on Pixel 3 Project which will be latest Flagship by Google , Reports also says that New Pixel 3 Series range will Feature new specifications and Features and Cheap Pricing as compared to Previouas Pixel Smartphones. Also the New Pixel 3 Series Range will come with Android Go feature which will Enhance the Software Experience of the smartphone. But the Android Go versions will be available for sale only in some markets.
It is expected that new Pixel Series will be engineered by HTC and a lot more news is coming by Google Very soon. For the first time, Google’s Pixel 3 has been mentioned on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) website’s issue tracker. As some Android users will know, AOSP mentions are always an important point in the leak cycle, and more details surrounding Google’s unreleased phones typically follow soon after..
This time around, the Pixel 3 was spotted by a blogger from xda-developers in a commit titled “Cherrypick ‘Add device config to decide which Auto Selection Network UI to use.’” Here’s the text from the commit:
This change added the config because the HAL V_1_2 only supports Pixel 3, and the new Auto Selection Network UI is based on HAL V_1_2. So we set the flag to decide which Auto Selection Network UI should be used based in the device type.
It’s not terribly exciting, though xda-developers explains that it does make mention of a previously unknown networking feature in Android P. Of course, we’re not sure anyone really cares that Google is updating its “scan networks” feature in Android P. Plenty of people care about the Pixel 3 though, and we can expect to see more new details trickle out in the coming weeks and months.
Google Pixel 3