Less than a month after the debut of the iPhone XS, we have another new high-end smartphone to consider: the Google Pixel 3.
Google unveiled its latest phone — along with a new smart-home device and a new tablet — at an event on Tuesday. The Pixel 3 isn’t a major update from last year’s Pixel 2, but it does have a few key improvements and changes: namely, a higher-end look and feel, wireless charging, a notched display on the XL version, and more.
Given that it’s a premium phone, however, it’s only natural to compare it to its most recent competition on the other side of the aisle: Apple’s iPhone XS.
If you’re in the market for a new phone, how do the two devices stack up? Here’s the breakdown:
The Google Pixel is slightly larger overall.
Here are the dimensions of each phone:
- Pixel 3 — 5.73 inches tall by 2.69 inches wide by 0.3 inches thick
- iPhone XS — 5.65 inches tall by 2.79 inches wide by 0.3 inches thick
But the iPhone XS has a slightly larger display — 5.8 inches vs. the Pixel 3’s 5.5-inch screen. (The larger Pixel 3 XL features a 6.3-inch screen.)
The Pixel 3 is significantly lighter than the iPhone XS.
The Pixel 3 weighs 148 grams, while the iPhone XS clocks in at 177 grams.
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Source: Business insider