As we know, Google launched Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel Slate and Google Home Hub in New York on October 9.
Pixel 3/3 XL is based on Qualcomm snapdragon 845 platform, which has 4GB of running memory and provides 64GB/128GB storage version. The hardware doesn't look bright, but its optimized camera algorithm makes Pixel 3/3 XL a regular in DxOMark's top five. DxOMark commented that “Google Pixel 3 camera review: The best Pixel yet”. Their camera has a rear 12.2 megapixel single shot, F/1.8 aperture, and a front 8 megapixel "wide Angle + ultra wide Angle" dual shot. It's super wide Angle lens can provide up to 97 ° Angle of view for many people to take selfies. In addition to the usual HDR Plus mode, Pixel 3 XL improves the photo experience by adding more AI features to the camera. Besides taking photos, AI is undoubtedly the most eye-catching part of this mobile phone. At the Google I/O conference, Android Pie drew attention to AI assistants with its powerful assistant, and this time Google has brought this technology to Pixel 3 XL.
As the charging performance that we care a lot today, Google Pixel 3 XL has a mediocre charging speed actually. It has a 3430mAh battery, and supports up to 18W fast charging.
From the configuration, Inviolabs suggest that one 18W PD charger and usb c2c cable is needed for the Google Pixel 3 XL.