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 ($ 379 on Amazon) both phones are currently available for purchase and will be available in stores on October 1
Google again sells directly to customers through its online store. Pre-orders are currently available.
Visit the Pixel 3 page on the Google Store, where you can select an unlocked version of Verizon or Project Fi.
In the Google Store, the Pixel costs $ 3,799 (£ 739) or $ 899 (£ 869) 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 provider to offer the Pixel 3. Verizon customers can pre-order the Pixel via the My Verizon app beginning in October 9. Each pre-order gets a free pixel booth.
The Pixel 3 starts at $ 33.33 per month for 24 months ($ 799 total) while the Pixel 3 XL $ 24.7 months a month ($ 929 total) costs 64 GB.
Verizon also offers a Buy-One get-on promotion for the Pixel 3 for a limited time.
Brits will launch the new Pixel Phones in the EE, Vodafone, O2, Three and Sky Mobile and retailer Carphone Warehouse, John Lewis and Mobile Phones Direct. We will add Australian details if we have them.