Google has unveiled the Pixel 3 ($ 799 Google Store) and Pixel 3 XL. Both phones have a glass bottom, improved cameras, wireless charging and an improved display.
If you've been waiting for an upgrade to the latest pixel, you can currently order both phones. They will be in stores on the 1
After some confusion about the shipping date, Google has confirmed that the Pixel 3 will be available on October 18th. Google's online store initially showed some users a 17 October shipping estimate.
Google resells its products directly to customers via the online store. Pre-orders are currently live.
Visit the Pixel 3 page on the Google Store, where you can select an unlocked version of the mobile phone or one from a mobile operator – Verizon or Project Fi in the US.
In the Google Store, Pixel 3 costs $ 799 or $ 899 for the Pixel 3 XL, both with 64GB of storage. You can double the storage to 128GB for another $ 100 (or $ 100).
Verizon is again the only US carrier to offer the Pixel 3. Verizon customers can pre-order the Pixel from the 9th of October via the My Verizon app. Each pre-order receives a free pixel status.  Pixels 3 starts at $ 33.33 per month ($ 799 total) for 24 months, while the Pixel 3 XL for $ 24 months ($ 929 total) costs $ 38.74 per month for the 64GB model.
Verizon also offers a Buy-One get-on promotion for the Pixel 3 for a limited time.
Brits will find the new Pixel phones in the EE, Vodafone, O2, Three and Sky Mobile networks, as well as retailers Carphone Warehouse, John Lewis and Mobile Phones Direct. We will add Australian details if we have them.
Originally published at 10:38 am.
Update, 12:42 pm. PT : Google has confirmed that the Pixel 3 will be delivered from the 18th of October, not as already mentioned on October 17th.