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Pixel 3’s Latest March Update Improves Overall Performances


Pixel 3 holds the title of Google’s flagship device which makes Pixel 3 the “ideal Android powered smartphone”, at least in Google’s vision. This is why so many Android fans were upset when they found out that the smartphone is sluggish and there is a small lag whenever they open the camera app. While this might not seem like such a big problem, Pixel 3 is an expensive smartphone and it needs to deliver premium performances if it wants to keep competing against the flagships of Samsung and Apple.

With that being said, Pixel 3 users should be happy to know that Google has announced a new update is coming their way. The new update will focus on improving the performances of the smartphone’s software and remove the lag that occurs when the camera app is opened.

Pixel 3 Update

Google announced that this new March update will not only help the smartphone perform faster but also “improve storage performances on Pixel 3 devices”. Nonetheless, Google has received lots of flack from popular tech reviewers with MKBHD even making the following statement: “I’ve had all kinds of various lag and performance issues with this Pixel after a couple of months”.

Even though Pixel 3’s performances and the lag its software causes might be disappointing, no one can deny the fact that the smartphone ships with some of the most powerful hardware specs available on the market. In fact, let’s check out some of the smartphone’s highlight specs.

Premium Hardware Specs

The Android flagship sports a 5.5-inches P-OLED display that offers a high pixel resolution of 1080 x 2160p and a pixel density of 443ppi. Leaving the display aside, Pixel 3 impresses us with a Qualcomm made Snapdragon 845 CPU. This CPU features eight cores and it clocks at 2.5GHz. Moreover, the CPU is paired with an Adreno 630 GPU and 4GB of RAM.

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