The software experience has been the main focus of the Pixel phones ever since Google first introduced the series in 2016. In fact, the original Pixel and Pixel XL were the first two Android phones to ship with the Google Assistant.
New software goodies have popped up with the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3 lines that have followed, but without a doubt, the Assistant has remained as one of the biggest software features to be introduced on a Pixel phone.
Here in late 2018 with the Pixel 3, are people still using the Assistant?
What about you? Do you use Google Assistant on the Pixel 3?
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