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Overheating causes the handsets to turn off

GOOGLE HAS PUBLIC Introduced Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, both of which had exact nolup experiences in the store.

Given the large number of leaks that built up to Google's launch, there was little left for the company to disclose. As expected, the flagship sports show greater than last year's 5.5 and 6.3 models, running Google's Android 9.0 OS, offering dual-facing cameras and wireless charging for the first time.

We've rounded up all you need to know about Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL below.

You can also check out our full Google Pixel 3 XL review.

Release Date
Pixel 3 and 3 XL are available for pre-order now and will be shipped in Blighty on November 1st.

At the time of writing, some Pixel 3 XL models have been sold, with shipping date, which is now listed as "three to four weeks". This includes all configurations of the new "Non Pink" model and 128GB of black and white versions.

Here in Britain, Pixel 3 will cost 739 GBP with 64 GB of storage and 839 GBP with 128 GB of storage. Pixel 3 XL costs £ 869 and £ 969 with 64GB and 128GB of storage space.

O2 has begun to take pre-orders. It offers Pixel 3 from 43 kr per month and Pixel 3 XL from $ 45 a month, both with 30 kr estimated costs.

On the EE website, Pixel 3 can be picked up for £ 10 on a £ 58 contract per month, while Pixel 3 XL will give you $ 20 on a £ 63 tariff.

Three Pixel 3 fights from $ 41 per month with a £ 99 stay cost, and the bigger Pixel 3 XL from $ 47 per month with the same upfront cost.

Over on Sky Mobile, Pixel 3 pricing starts at £ 35 per month and from £ 40 per month to Pixel 3 XL.

Vodafone offers Pixel 3 from 58 kr per month with a prepayment of 49 kr and the bigger Pixel 3 XL for 62 kr per month with the same price of 49 kr.

Latest news
Pixel 3 and 3 XL suffer from an overheating problem that causes the phones to shut down completely during charging. As reported by 9to5Google, users have taken social media to complain about the borkage that encountered the problem triggered when the phone performs an action while it is being juiced.

Users have removed a notification informing them that "the phone gets hot" and some features will be "limited when the phone cools" followed by a drop in charge rate. For some, the shutdown is completely canceled, with the message "Phone turned off due to heat" displayed when restarted.

Google has not commented on the issue yet.

30/10/18: A strange but also hilarious bug are equipped Pixel 3 XL phones with, two, two hooks (Below).

As reported by Android policy, several users have noticed a bug that randomly adds a side-mounted notch on the Pixel 3 XL screen. Thankfully, according to Reddit users who have experienced the glitch, the virtual note disappears after a reboot of the device.

Google is aware of the problem of telling the Android police that a response to the problem is "coming soon".

24/10/18: Pixel 3 and 3 XL only support fast wireless charging on Google-approved accessories, it has been revealed. Android policy reports that only the official Google Pixel Stand supports fast 10W wireless charging while third party products get stuck at slower 5W charging speeds, even though they are 10W capable.

It got a scoop from a miffed Pixel 3 owner who recently bought a 10W Anchor charger that just watched 5W speeds. Anker confirmed the bad news and said that their testing attributed to downgraded opportunities for a restriction imposed by Google.

"Google's official wireless charger can provide 10W for the newly released Pixel 3 and Pixel XL 3 but, according to our quality engineer, Pixel limits a third party charging accessory and we are afraid that even our fast wireless charger can only provide 5W for these 2x devices , "said the accessory machine.

Google then confirmed that, but said in a statement that it works with the parents to get fast 10W charger certified for use with Pixel 3.

23/10/18: Just a few days later, Google's Pixel 3 smartphones were suffering from a photo erasure error (Below), users complain that the 3 XL speakers produce buzzing or distorted sound. The problem, which appears to be limited to Google's major flagship, affects a large number of users, suggesting that frequencies from low to medium speed are particularly problematic.

"So I absolutely love my new pixel 3 XL but it seems to be a fuzzyness for the speakers on it," wrote a Reddit user. "It sounds like almost an electrical interference, it noticed from day one."

Another star: "My loudspeaker sounds like a shit in low volume, almost like a buzz at the bottom and the sound is different depending on how I touch the back glass."

Google has not commented yet, but users speculate that the problem is hardware-related, which means that a replacement device may be the only solution.

22/10/18: Early adopters of Google's Pixel 3 and 3 XL complain that there is a problem with the camera's app without saving images. The problem – which also affected Pixel 2 and 2 XL devices, according to a Reddit thread – occurs when a user takes a photo with Google Camera and switches to another app or locks the handset right after it. Some users speculate that the error is related to the Android Doze battery saver because the inactivation seems to have solved the problem for a few people. Google has not commented on the bug yet.

18/10/18: Google has talked about the new Titan M security chip in its Pixel 3 and 3 XL smartphones. In a post on its blog, the company explains that the chip originates from the Titan chip used in Google Cloud data centers, in an effort to get "tamper-resistant" hardware security to its latest flagship.

Titan M is integrated into the Verified Boot process, explains Google, which prevents malicious attacks from moving the device to an outdated version of Android that tries to unlock the boot loader. It also secures the lock screen, and only after successful verification, Titan M will allow decryption. Titan M is also used to secure third party transactions.

For third-party applications, Titan M, applications can now utilize StrongBox KeyStore APIs to generate and store private keys in Titan M.

"The Google Pay team is actively testing these new APIs to secure transactions," says Google, and notes that for user-based apps, Titan M Android 9 Protected Confirmation makes it the first device.

17/10/18: Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL were announced last week, and iFixit has of course been quick to tear them apart. Most interestingly, the teardown reveals that Google's major flagship portraits a Samsung-made AMOLED screen, confirming that LG – unbelievably enough – has been dumped as the company's display provider. Elsewhere, it I will fix it The team came across the new Google Titan M Security chip, the same Pixel Visual Core as Pixel 2 XL. Overall, the teardown team hit Pixel 3's construction – which included "large amounts of glue" with a defective repair value of four out of 10.

09/10/18: Google has surprised no one with the launch of Pixel 3 and 3 XL, which is, just what you expected.

Android Pie Duo Sports 5.5in 1080×2160 and 6.3in 1440×2960 ​​OLED are displayed from the 5in and 6in screens found on last year's flagship in Google. Pixel 3 XL also sports a big iPhone X-A like slot for the first time, while Pixel 3 chooses for an old school screen instead.

The booklet has been introduced to hold the phone's dual forward facing cameras, consisting of standard and wide-angle lenses. Around the back, however, Google has stuck with a single 12.2 MP camera, which spans the industry's development of dual and sometimes triple settings.

While it may sound a bit small on paper, Google's new feature Night Night, which will be a software update later this year, claims to capture natural images in the dark without flash and will roll out as part of a software update later this year.

Underneath the cover, both the Pixel 3 and 3 XL pack Qualcomms 10nm Snapdragon 845 processor, Google's new Titan M security chip, 4GB RAM and a choice of 64GB or 128GB of built-in memory are sealed. The two handsets also support wireless charging for the first time, and Google introduces its own charging rack – Pixel Stand – as an option.

Design shows the new pixels do not look much different from last year's models, and both offer the same IP68 certification as Pixel 2 and 2 XL. However, Google has introduced a new "Not pink" model for its new pink handset. This will be offered alongside the "Just Black" and "Clearly White" models.

08/10/18: With just one day of Google's Pixel 3 XL unveiling, the handset has become a victim of a last mega leak. According to Engadget editor Richard Lai, the handset is already sold by a Hong Kong dealer for – and he managed to get his hands on one. The device in question has, as expected, a 6.3in 2.960 x 1.440 OLED screen, a Snapdragon 845 chip paired with 4GB RAM and 128GB of storage and a 3.732 mAh battery. On the front of the camera you will find a 12.2MP rear-mounted snapper, along with two 8MP forward-facing lenses.

Google will officially unveil the device on Tuesday, and the event will kick off at 4:00 UK time.

09/28/18: Pixel 3 XL has made yet another premature look, with permission from Russian YouTube Rozetked Who has uploaded a hands-on video pitting device to its Pixel 2 XL precursor. The clip confirms that 3 XL has approximately the same footprint as 2 XL with a "significant" larger screen. Theres camera is projecting more on the new model, but it means it will rock if you place it on a flat surface.

While the video does not tell us much else, we do not already know, Rozetked points out that 3 XL has "a new, amazing vibration system" like iDevices, which also says it could "be better" than Apple's haptic feedback system.

09/27/18: Google's so-called "Pixel Stand", a wireless charging station included with Pixel 3 and 3 XL, has cut into a leaked image.

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The picture (above) shared by MySmartPrice appears to be a print result, confirming that the USB-C dock has a hidden port, along with a Google logo at the bottom. It also looks like you're charging your Pixel 3 by setting it upright on the stand, and when connected, it's going to make your smartphone a smart screen.

09/24/18: There may not be much left to reveal about Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, but it has not stopped Evan Blass who sends his own set of really high and detailed releases of the Android Pie duo.

The pictures show Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL's deep notch showing that they hold two front cameras. According to separate rumors, both models will contain two 8MP forward-looking snappers: one with autofocus and f / 1.8 aperture and a secondary wide-angle f / 2.2 fixed focus line.

09/19/18: Pixel 3 and 3 XL have suffered a large number of leaks in recent months, and now they have been fought in official appearance. Dutch blog New Mobile has shared renders, showing Android Pie duo housed in clothed cases, similar to the Google sold together with Pixel 2.

The pictures do not tell much about what we do not know about 5.4in Pixel 3 and 6.7in Pixel 3 XL, in addition to confirming the phones single lens rear camera and dual front cameras. Pixel XL 3 is also correct and present. Unfortunately.

09/17/18: Google has confirmed that Pixel 3 and 3 XL will be available in mint, black and white color options. While the smartphones already seem to have some surprises in the store, Google has launched a campaign site for the Pixel 3 duo – first spotted by Droid Life – There is a contour of the phone, along with the words "Coming soon" and some digital confetti.

By clicking the Google logo on the phone, switching between each color, all but confirming that three models will be available at launch.

3/9/18: Another Pixel 3 XL has been discovered in nature – this time on the back of a lift.

The driver in the cabin sent pictures from the not yet released smartphone to Android policy After an idiot passenger, the handset left behind the vehicle.

"He thought that his own Pixel 2 XL had in some way fallen back, but he realized that it was 3 XL after seeing the note and the Google logo on the back," the report notes.

"The device had different identifying stickers that were blocked. Alligator returned the phone to the original owner a few minutes later.

Given the number of leaks that Pixel 3 XL has suffered, the latest pictures do not tell much about what we do not already know. There is a huge hack, a rear camera with a lens and Google's regular two-color design around the back.

08/30/18: Google will reveal its heavy-leaked Pixel 3 and 3 XL smartphones at an event on October 9th.

So says Bloomberg, as in a report describing Apple's 2018 iPhone Series, notes that Google's Pixel 3 smartphones are debuting one month later on October 9 – debunking earlier rumors of a October 4 launch.

It is unlikely that Google will have many surprises in the store, as a number of leaks – allegedly driven by the sale of Pixel 3 XL devices on the Russian black market – have shown that almost everything is available to know about the Android Pie flagship.

08/28/18: The Google Pixel 3 XL has been exposed in yet another extensive hands-on video.

While the availability of Pixel 3 XL on the black market means that the handset has already been equipped with all its glory, a new high-quality unboxing video has given us an even closer look at the Android Pie flagship.

Posted by YouTube In DIGI, two and a half minute video (Below) shows Pixel 3 XL from all angles, confirming its glass screen, screen display, rear mounted fingerprint sensor and single-lens rear camera.

Unboxing also confirms what's in the box: USB-C Pixel earplugs, a USB C to headphone jack adapter, and a USB C & # 39; Quick Switch Adapter & # 39 ;.

08/24/18: The huge number of leaks surrounding Pixel 3 XL can be claimed to be credited to a Ukrainian black market department that fails the yet-released Google Flagship for $ 2000.

It is according to 9to5Google, Which has verified that the potentially stolen phones that can be released in advance can be credited to the large number of leaks surrounding Google's incoming Pixel 3 XL.

The seller who flies the devices via Telegram claims that the devices were originally intended for Google engineers and have told interested buyers that the devices will be shipped worldwide from London.

A message sent by the seller, viewed by 9to5Google, says: "Remains only 3. Google Pixel 3 XL I respond immediately to the most popular questions: • The price is $ 2000 • Payment is possible through PayPal or Bitcoin. The other is preferred because PayPal has a horse commission for international transfers. Delivery is from London via DHL or FedEx. For purchase, contact [removed] I also remind you that there is a large amount of Google Pixel 2 XL at a great price. Please!"

08/23/18: We are still two months away from the official unveiling of Google's next Pixel phones, but it has not stopped yet more information about Pixel 3 XL from surfacing online.

New high quality images of the flagship (Below) has been published by the Russian blog Rozetked, which reveals almost everything that is available to know about the handset. Leakage not only confirms Pixel 3 XL's screened 2960 × 1440 screen and unified design, but it also reveals that the flagship will contain a Snapdragon 845 processor, Google's Android Pie OS and bundled USB-C Pixel Buds.

Claimed camera samples from Pixel 3 XL have also been published on Instagram user Khoroshev's account, which shows the performance of the smartphone's alleged 12MP reverse-facing sensor.

And if that was not enough, Khoroshev also sent a video of Pixel 3 XL's wireless charge in action, confirming that it will be the first Google smartphone to support wireless charging.

08/21/18: Pixel 3 XL has been mirrored and publicly photographed by one MobileSyrup Reader.

Spy shot (Below), taken on Canada's public transport system, confirms that the Android Pie flagship will sport a deep iPhone X like that will probably accommodate two front cameras. It is still unclear whether these will be used to offer Face ID type approval, or simply a funnel portrait mode with bokeh effect.

An image on the back of the device does not tell us much about it but seems to show a single rear camera and a new curved glass return. Google's two-tone design appears to remain in spite of earlier rumors that point to a uniform color scheme.

08/13/18: An early hand-on video has shown that Google's Pixel 3 XL will have a 9-inch 6.7-inch screen.

The four minute video (Below), sent by the Ukrainian blog "iVenyaWay", gives us a glimpse of a driven, functioning Pixel 3 XL for the first time. And despite the earlier rumors that the smartphone would pack a modest 6.2in ​​screen, it shows us that the handset will pack an Obs 9-rivaling 6.7in 2960×1440 OLED screen.

Unlike Note 9, Pixel 3 XL will sport a chunky heel to hold its twin forward facing cameras and a large chin under the display. It will also include a 2015-esque 12.2MP camera with a lens on the back, while Note 9 packs an upgraded 12MP dual camera system.

Otherwise, this extensive leak confirms that Pixel 3 XL will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB of storage space, a 3,430 mAh battery and a USB C port. It will also run Android 9.0 Pie, of course, and the video shows Google Google's new navigation error.

8/8/18: The unveiling of Google's Pixel 3 series is probably still months away, but it has not stopped photos of "Completed" Pixel 3 XL production hardware that appears online.

The pictures (Below), which comes via Russian tech blogger Канал Лучкова, confirms much of what we already know, Pixel 3's chunky notch, its only lens rear camera and its new unified color scheme, shows Google ridding its usual two-tone design.

A look at the handset setup menu confirms that Pixel 3 XL runs Android 9, of course, and packs an 8-core Qualcomm processor (probably Snapdragon 845) parade with a 4GB RAM and an Adreno GPU. The image also confirms the handset's screen resolution of 1440×2960 ​​and pixel density of 494.

Also in the leak is a picture of what looks like bundled USB-C headphones (above), all-but-confirms previous rumors that Google is preparing a wired version of its Pixel Bud headphones.

6/8/18: The launch date for Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL has leaked, with permission of you, Google.

YouTube Channel This is Tech Today saw an advertisement on Famebit, allegedly made by Google, seeking you, influencers and content creators to cover Pixel 3's forthcoming launch. The ad confirms the smartphone launch date on October 4 – the same date as Pixel 2 and First-Gen Pixel made its debut.

Google's trailer comes only days after specifications for Pixel 3 XL appeared on Geekbench, confirming that the smartphone will pack the Qualcomms Snapdragon 845 CPU together with a true 4GB RAM. Nevertheless, the smartphone's single core value of 2426 and a multi-core score of 8355 are both significantly higher than last year's Pixel 2 XL, which came in with points of 1845 and 6185.

07/30/18: The Google Pixel 3 XL has been shown in its clearest leak than confirming its "clear white" color variant and iPhone X-style clipboard.

The XDA Developers Forum user claims that he has gotten hands on a Google Pixel 3 XL, the larger of the two flagship handles that Google is expected to launch later this year.

The legitimate images, which are said to show up Pixel 3 XL's "Clearly White" color variant, backs up earlier rumors that the smartphone will have a hack on the front to accommodate two forward-facing speakers. There will also be a big chin on the bottom of the phone, probably to accommodate Pixel's front speakers.

Images on the back of the device confirm that Google will get rid of its two-tone power design, but plans to hold on to a camera with a lens backward, although most modern smartphones have at least two.

And based on the handheld device's Fastboot screen, Pixel 3 XL will pack 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. According to, the supposed Pixel XL 3 can not start anymore because it has been "removed by Google removed".

06/29/18: If you want to be surprised when Google reveals Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL later this year, you may want to look away now.

New makes the Android P duode based on factory CAD files and divided by MySmartPrice on behalf of reputable leaks @OnLeaks, display both Pixel 3 and 3 XL from all angles and amplify much of what we have already seen: glassbacks, single cameras, and Google's typical two-tone design.

Pixel 3 XL will sport the chunky chin and an iPhone style hack, albeit less than the clip on Apple's flagship. This is located on the top of the handset's 6.2in ​​display, which MySpartPrice speculators will boast a 19: 9 aspect ratio.

The smaller Google Pixel 3 does not have a notch and instead stays on frames above and below its display at 5.4 in 18: 9, although these look noticeably smaller than the frames of last year's Pixel 2.

Both units will sport some dated cameras with single lenses on the back, and appear to sport two sensors forward (although MySmartPrice notes that the other module may be an ambient light sensor).

In terms of physical dimensions, Pixel 3 will measure 145.6×68.2×7.9mm, while Pixel 3 XL will measure 158×76.6×7.9mm. However, both smartphones will measure 8.6mm thin when the rear camera bump is in place.

5K does not provide much more than confirming the phone's USB-C port and SIM card slot, but MySmartPrice Note that we can also expect Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor to drive both devices.

Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are set to make their official, albeit incredible debut in October.

6/8/18: The The Google Pixel 3 XL has been formed in nature and confirms that it's not that exciting.

The pictures (Below), which is licensed by XDA Developer's medlem meraz9000, shows that Google's big screened Android P flagship will follow the trailing trend, with a chunky iPhone X-style cutout set at the top of the screen. This confirms a new report from Bloomberg (below) who claimed that while Pixel 3 XL will play a hack, the smaller Pixel 3 will not get the same treatment.

The XDA user also confirmed that Pixel 3 XL will have a glass back, indicating that it can offer support for wireless charging – albeit not the case with OnePlus 6 or Moto Z3 Play.

Elsewhere, things are pretty soft. Expect the Pixel 3 XL, which is expected to arrive in October, has a protruding camera with a lens rear camera, a USB-C port and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

05/31/18: Just a few days later, we got our first glimpse of Google's Pixel 3 and 3 XL, Bloomberg reports that the phones will make their official debut in October.

The report, which received its information from the usual "people familiar with the matter", claims that – as expected – the bigger Pixel 3 XL will have an almost edge-to-edge display with a top notch. This clip will not be as wide as it on iPhone X, but Bloomberg claims that it will be longer.

Pixel 3, on the other hand, will not look so different from last year's Pixel 2, and will not contain crochet or edge-to-edge designs seen on the larger, undoubtedly more expensive model.

Both Android P smartphones are tipped to sport two front cameras, similar to those seen on HTC's U12 Plus. Google will stick to single cameras on the back, according to the report, but these will probably support Bokeh effects with dual cameras thanks to optimized software.

With Google's loan features from HTC's latest flagship, it's probably not surprising to learn that the technology talent that HTC acquired from HTC earlier this year will be heavily involved in the development of the new devices. The report finds that Google is reportedly in conversation with Foxconn to handle assembly.

Although this is not the juiciest of leaks, Tipster Ice Universe claims separately that LG Display will deliver OLED panels with slots to Google. This may surprise some because LG received a lot of criticism for the OLED screen last year's Pixel 2 XL, with users complaining about a blue shade, muddy colors and grainy images.

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will roll out in October, Bloomberg says, and will be a Verizon exclusive in the United States.

05/29/18: We still have a few months to go to Google's next gen Pixel smartphones will be official, but details about Android P smartphones have already started surfing the web.

Our first time of speculation comes with the permission of a pair of allegedly cured glass protection. Pictures of the officially selected accessories were posted to Weibo via SlashLeaks, and show that Google will be the next Android OEM to adopt an iPhone X-style notch.

While the presence of a screen shot is not surprising given that Android P comes with built-in nudity, the leak shows that only one of the Pixel 3 smartphones – the bigger Pixel 3 XL – will sport one.

And the image – which has since taken place from Weibo – shows that Pixel 3 XL's notch will be significantly less intrusive than some, and has a similar size to that found on OnePlus 6.

Not much else can be downloaded from the shady images, although both Pixel 3 and 3 XL look like sports cutouts for the surrounding light sensor and the front camera. It is possible that, like HTC, plans to double forward-facing cameras on these devices in view of the number of cuts present, but it is more likely that there is another sensor.

While we do not know much about Google's incoming smartphones, we know they're likely to debut along with a trio Pixel branded smartwatches.

The code name "Ling", "Sardine" and "Triton" are expected to contain "least" 1 GB of RAM, Bluetooth with apt-X, GPS and LTE with Voice over LTE (VoLTE) support, which means that the third-gen Apple Watch , Pixel smartwatches will also be able to make calls without being connected to a smartphone.

Health will also be a focus, with smartwatches as step tracking and a built-in heart rate monitor.

Not surprisingly, the smartwatches trio will be based on Qualcomm's incoming Wear OS chip, which reports will arrive as Snapdragon Wear 3100. According to the report, this quad-core chip will maintain the same 28nm process as the Snapdragon Wear 2100 and will use it older ARM Cortex-A7 architecture and Adreno 304 GPU. μ

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