Google’s Pixel 3 has a pretty serious design problem that no one’s talking about
We published our full in-depth review of Google's new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL flagship smartphones on Monday, and we got a ton of great feedback via email. If you missed it or if you don't have time to read the whole thing, here's the TL;DR version: they're really, really good smartphones with really, really good cameras. Google did an all-around fantastic job with these phones, packing top-notch performance into the company's best overall design so far. "Pure" Android runs like a dream on the new Pixel phones, and Google's AI-driven Assistant brings in a bunch of useful extras.
All in all, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are indeed great phones and most of the emails we got were from people who couldn't wait to get their hands on one. But the new Google phones are not without their flaws, of course, and many of the people who emailed us wanted more information about one annoying flaw in particular that we discovered — especially since other reviewers apparently didn't dig deep enough to find it.
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