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      Pixel 3 vs. 3 XL: Battery life, screen size and price are the main differences

      The Pixel 3 phones have been deeply discounted, so which one should you buy?

      Now that the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL are available, Google has slashed the prices of its 2018 flagship phones, the Pixel 3 and 3 XL. Currently priced at $499 and $599 respectively (you may find even lower prices due to Black Friday), the phones still have excellent cameras, receive prompt software updates from Google and are equipped with reliable Snapdragon 845 chipsets. Other than price and size (which I'll go into more detail below), the phones are essentially the same. So if you're deciding between the two, read on to see which one is best for you.

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      Starting at $499, the Pixel 3 is the best route to go if you want to save the most money. Its 5.5-inch display also make it the more pocketable and comfortable phone to hold in your hand. Lastly, it doesn't have an on-screen notch running at the top of the display, so you can view content on your screen without a distracting tab taking away your attention. Read our Google Pixel 3 review.

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      At $100 more, the Pixel 3 XL offers a bigger screen and a longer battery life. This is great if you see yourself watching a lot of videos or playing games, but keep in mind, the phone also has a big notch at the top. We don't think it's worth the extra $100 (for that money you can get multiple phone cases, a Google Home Mini or wireless earbuds), but if you have room in your budget,聽then go for it. Read our Google Pixel 3 XL review.

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      Pixel 3 vs. Pixel 3 XL: What's different

      Price: As we mentioned before, the Pixel 3 XL is going to set you back $100 more than the Pixel 3. The Pixel 3 and 3 XL start at $499 (converts to 拢386, AU$734) and $599 (converts to 拢463, AU$881), respectively, for the 64GB base model. Then it's $599 for the Pixel 3 or $699 for the Pixel 3 XL if you upgrade to the 128GB version.

      Dimensions and weight: The Pixel 3 XL is bigger and heavier than the Pixel 3, measuring 6.2 by 3 inches to the Pixel 3's 5.7 by 2.7-inch body. The two phones have the same 0.3-inch (8.2mm) depth. Because of the Pixel 3 XL's larger size, it's heavier at 6.5 ounces (184 grams). The Pixel 3 weighs 5.2 ounces (148 grams).

      Display: The Pixel 3 features an OLED display with 443 pixels-per-inch density, while the Pixel 3 XL is higher definition, with a pixel density of 522 ppi. Unlike the new Pixel 4 phones, they do not have a 90Hz display.

      Battery: The last big difference between the two phones is the battery. The Pixel 3 uses a 2,915-mAh battery, while the Pixel 3 XL has a 3,430-mAh battery. Lab results for continuous video playback on airplane mode yielded an average of 15 hours for the Pixel 3 and 16 hours, 49 minutes for the Pixel 3 XL.

      Pixel 3 vs. Pixel 3 XL specs


      Google Pixel 3 Google Pixel 3 XL
      Display size, resolution 5.5-inch "flexible" OLED; 2,280x1,080 pixels 6.3-inch "flexible" OLED; 2,960x1,440 pixels
      Pixel density 443ppi 522 ppi
      Dimensions (inches) 5.7x2.7x0.3 in. 6.2x3x0.03 in.
      Dimensions (millimeters) 145.6x68.2x7.9 mm 158x76.7x7.9 mm
      Weight (ounces, grams) 5.2oz.; 148g 6.5 oz.; 184g
      Mobile software Android 9 Pie (upgradeable to Android 10) Android 9 Pie (upgradeable to Android 10)
      Camera 12.2-megapixel 12.2-megapixel
      Front-facing camera Dual 8-megapixel Dual 8-megapixel
      Video capture 4K 4K
      Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (2.5GHz + 1.6GHz octa-core) Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (2.5GHz octa-core)
      Storage 64GB, 128GB 64GB, 128GB
      RAM 4GB 4GB
      Expandable storage None None
      Battery 2,915 mAh 3,430 mAh
      Fingerprint sensor Back cover Back cover
      Connector USB-C USB-C
      Headphone jack No No
      Special features Water resistant (IPX8), wireless charging support, Pixel Buds USB-C headphones in the box Water resistant (IPX8), wireless charging support, Pixel Buds USB-C headphones in the box

      CNET editor Patrick Holland contributed to this report.

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