Welcome to the Sunday giveaway, the place where we giveaway a new Android phone each and every Sunday.
A big congratulations to the winners of last week’s Nomu S50 Pro giveaway: Rodrigo F. from Portugal, Will A. from the U.S., and Olaf M. from Switzerland
DGiT now hosts the DGiT Daily newsletter, a brand new daily briefing focused on bringing you the best tech news, takes, and links to what’s happening all around the web. It doesn’t matter if it’s from The Wall Street Journal or the depths of a 41-tweet Twitter thread — we’ll find it, and tell you what it means.
The daily email arrives fresh at around 7 a.m. ET every day, and we’re committed to making sure it entertains with a brief, honest, authoritative, and never-too-serious look at the tech news of the day via our Senior Editor, Tristan Rayner.
The DGiT Daily also comes with two bonuses. The first is a daily surprise segment you’ll have to read each day — you’ll get an idea by looking at our recent editions from this week: Samsung and the Galaxy “Beyond X” from Wednesday and Instagram finally fights its mess of fakes from Tuesday.
The second bonus is… a podcast! Yes, the DGiT Daily is also going to be available as the DGiT Daily podcast, accompanying the newsletter but made for your ears, via always entertaining podcast host Adam Doud (yes, he’s on the Android Authority podcast too).
The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are here. While they may not rival the Galaxy Note 9 in terms of specs, these phones improve on the very aspect that made the Pixel 2 so great — the camera. They still sport the same single rear cameras as the Pixel 2, but there are a ton of camera software improvements here. Top Shot mode will take multiple pictures of your subject and recommend the best one. Night Sight will also arrive for the phones soon, which is supposed to bring next-level low-light photography thanks to computational photography. Finally, there’s a mode called Motion Auto Focus that lets the Pixel 3 focus on a subject in a video, no matter how much they move around.
They both have 18:9 screens (well, 18.5:9 for the XL), yet they still look very different from one another. The Pixel 3 has a 5.5-inch Full HD+ screen that makes it look like a smaller Pixel 2 XL, while the Pixel 3 XL has a big ol’ notch at the top of its screen. Both phones also come with Qi wireless charging support, no headphone jack (womp womp), and still manage to squeeze in front-facing speakers.
To learn more about the Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL, head to our related coverage below:
- Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL review: The Android iPhone
- Best Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL cases
- Google Pixel 3 camera shootout
- Google Pixel 3 vs Galaxy Note 9, LG V40, and Huawei P20 Pro
- Here’s what the Google Pixel 3’s Night Sight camera can do
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