Mechanical Breakdown – should the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor malfunction, we can fix it
Cracked Screen cover – to protect your device’s HD OLED display
Accidental Damage cover- in case something happens to your new and improved cameras
The lead up to this launch has consisted of a whole host of rumours, theories and leaks, but finally Google has confirmed details on the Pixel 3, such as its design and specification.
In terms of design, the Google Pixel 3 has retained its two-tone matte finish and soft curves, but it now has an all-glass back, giving it the capacity for wireless charging on the new Pixel Stand dock. It has a 5.5-inch OLED display and comes in three colour options; Just Black, Clearly White and Not Pink.
With a single-lens 12.2 MP rear camera and dual-lens 8MP front-facing camera, the Pixel 3’s impressive HDR plus camera has even more features and upgrades than its predecessor, including Top Shot, Super Res Zoom, Night Sight and Group Selfie Cam features. The smart camera takes multiple photos and combines them to make the best possible photo. Not only is it brilliant in low-light, but it can fit in 184% more of the scene than the iPhone XS and has Playground, Portrait and Photobooth modes.