Google Pixel 3 was released back in November 2018. It is one of the most celebrated flagships from Google in recent days. This device comes with a lot of great features. And, with all the great features it was priced at about $790. Now, the ultimate question is whether you should buy it or not. We will give o the answer to this question in this post. But, prior to that, we would have to talk about the device a little bit more. First of all, let's take a look at the specifications of the phone.
Specifications Google Pixel 3:
The Google Pixel 3 comes with a 5.5-inch P-OLED display. On the inside, it has a Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845 chipset, Adreno 630 GPU, and 1080 x 2160 pixels display.
There are 4 GB of RAM and it has internal storage of 64/128 GB (depends on the version). It does not feature an external SD card slot. Also, there is no headphone jack. It comes with a 2915 mAh battery. It comes with dual selfie camera which has wide and ultra-wide angle lens. There are 3 colors to choose from.
Now that you know about some of the most important specifications of the Google Pixel 3. We can talk about if you should buy it or not.
You SHOULD buy if:
When it comes to software update, then Google Pixel 3 gets the crown in every way possible. We can surely say that Google will release updates for this device for a long time. Also, the updates will come out frequently and every month it will receive security patches from Google too. So, if you are here for frequent software update then you can go with the Google Pixel 3. If you have used non-Google phones until this point, you would notice that almost all of the other brands' roll-out updates irregularly. But, in the case of Google, they are the best and fastest at this.
Another positive thing about the Pixel 3 is its camera. It is almost established now that this phone has one of the best camera performances among all the smartphones out there. Along with that, it comes with Google’s intelligent software which can capture visually stunning, almost DSLR-like images coming with the camera. The front camera can be a great option for selfie lovers. As the front camera comes with new wide angles lens, it is now perfect for group selfies.
You SHOULDN’T buy if:
First of all, you need to remember that if you have already bought a new flagship smartphone of any company then you don't need it. Again, if you are a fan of the headphone jack or the external storage then you are out of luck. There are other options out there for you, though.
Besides that, if you have a Pixel 2 then it is not worth it to upgrade. Because both of these phones are almost identical in terms of both hardware and software perspective. On top of these, a lot of the new features (software sided) of the Pixel 3 will be available on the Pixel 2 with new software updates.
So what do we think?
We hope that now you know whether you should go for it or not. The decision entirely depends on your circumstance. For instance, if you have been waiting for a long time to upgrade your phone or wanted to give any flagship a try then it is for you. However, if you already own a Pixel 2 or any other latest flagships then you can skip this one for sure.