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Google Pixel 3 XL starred in hands-on review video ahead of launch date

The Google Pixel 3 XL appeared in another hands-on review video and the YouTuber reportedly claims that it has an improved haptic feedback.

Edz Clarkson



The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL has been heavily-leaked in so many means over the past month, most especially the latter. The larger Pixel 3 XL appeared in a bunch of leaks including its official press renders, hands-on photos and even video reviews ever since someone got their hands on a few pre-production units and began selling them in the grey market.

One of those Pixel 3 XL units is on rampage and made it all the way to the world’s largest nation where YouTube content creator Rozetked published a high-resolution hands-on video review of the handset. The Russian YouTuber explaining a number of the differences and improvements that the third-generation Made by Google flagship has over its predecessor – Pixel 2 XL.

While we already have an ideal what the smartphone looks like, Rozetked’s video fleetingly compares the Pixel 3 XL to the Pixel 2 XL and claims that the former has about the same impression as the later with a notably bigger screen display. The Russia content creator does bring up that the new Pixel 3 XL’s single-lens rear-facing camera prominently protrudes even more, therefore making it sway should a user try to lay it against a flat surface.

He also mentioned that the Google Pixel 3 XL apparently equips “a new awesome vibration system” similar to that on Apple’s iPhone smartphones, which the Cupertino calls its Taptic Feedback Engine. Rozetked stressed out that it “may be better” and its feedback is quite pleasurable.

Meanwhile, his initial impressions about the camera of the Pixel 3 XL, he claims that it trumps both the Galaxy Note9 and the iPhone XS out despite the 3rd-gen Pixel having a single-lens camera.

The Vlogger also mentions about the possibility of Google allegedly releasing “Ultra” model of the Pixel with a truly all-screen bezel-less display. However, if there was such an Ultra, then we should have long been seeing substantial evidence of its existence.

Google will confirm everything including the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL on October 9, when it will host its annual hardware event in New York City and Paris.