Google latest flagship, the Pixel phones, including the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are supposed to launch in the coming October. Though they aren’t  just yet launched, we know pretty much everything about the two phones, and in particular, the XL. This was down to two factors. One is an obvious one – a handful of leaks coming from all around the globe, with the second being the fact that someone was able to steal a batch of XL phones and sell them to the black market, months before the initial release. So yes, we do have an idea as to what we can expect from Google’s upcoming flagships.

Nevertheless, both Google’s latest smartphones will indeed be the first new handsetsthat will run Android 9.0 Pie right out of the box. However, just the fact that these phones would actually run the latest software straight out of the box doesn’t at all necessarily mean that these phones would give you the best experience there is to have. What I mean to say is that if you’re looking for a brand new pie phone, with the best experience with regards to Google’s latest software, then you just as well be better off waiting for a device that will not only give a better OS experience, but is also expected to launch just this year, pretty soon after Google unveils the Pixel 3.

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We won’t have to wait too long for the Pixel 3 anymore, as the Pixel 3 press event is likely set for early October. So later that month, Huawei will be playing its own cards, as the company will introduce us with the mate 20 series, a phone line which supposedly will be much better than Google’s own line of phones. Many recent reports have given us an idea as to what we can expect from the mate 20 series, and if the rumors are anything to go by, then it would be tough to see any other particular smartphone really competing with the mate 20 series – well, at least for 2018, that is.

So why exactly would the phone be worth the wait? Well, it is supposed to come with Huawei’s brand new 7nm processor, the Morin 980 chip, a triple-lens camera, coming all together with a huge all-screen display, with a built-in fingerprint scanner expected too. Some reports have even gone as far as to say that the phone will also feature 3D facial recognition, much like the iPhone X.

Simply put, the phone will feature grade A specs, it would almost as if be that the phone would have the same specs as the Galaxy s10, almost six months before it’s released. And what’s the best part of the phone? It’s expected that it too, much like the Pixel phones will come with Android 9.0 Pie straight out of the box. Now


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