The first-gen Pixel has held up remarkably well over the last two years, but it's starting to show its age. The Pixel 3 retains the same great form factor while offering a larger screen, significantly better cameras, and so much more.
The best features of Pixel 3's camera is coming to last year's Pixel 2 series and the original Pixel lineup, and one long-awaited feature is coming to all Pixel devices on Pixel 3 launch day: support for plugged-in hardwired mics.
The Pixel line always stood for great cameras, and with the Pixel 3 XL, Google is introducing a slate of new features that allows the phone to stand out. If you're rocking the Pixel XL, it's time for an upgrade.
Google offers some of the most robust smartphone user support for its Pixel phones, and that support is getting even more robust today as the Google Store opens up its mail-in repair center to Google Pixel phones, even those beyond their warranties.
Google still has some more work to do before it releases Digital Wellbeing to all Pixel owners, but in a continued spirit of open testing is offering it up to those who want to sign up and use unfinished software.