Google LLC unveiled a slew of new products Oct. 9, including its latest smartphone, the Pixel 3.
The Pixel 3 has a Top Shot feature which automatically recommends the best photo in a given batch. It also has dual front-facing cameras that will allow wide-angle selfies and a super-res zoom feature which keeps pictures sharp when zoomed in.
The phone provides access to Google's AI-powered tools such as Google Assistant, Playground and Google Lens. The Pixel 3 also has a custom built security chip called Titan M, which helps secure passwords.
The Pixel 3 and its bigger variant, the Pixel 3 XL, are both powered by QUALCOMM Inc. Snapdragon 845 processors and 4GB of RAM, with the option of expanding it to 64GB or 128GB of storage.
The retail price of Google Pixel 3 begins at $799, while the Pixel 3 XL starts at $899.
The Alphabet Inc. unit also debuted the Home Hub, a smart speaker with a smart display that allows access to YouTube LLC, as well as its Chrome OS-powered tablet called the Pixel Slate.