Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Review: The Android iPhone

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    The Ruvol Inventor

  2. I was very excited switching from my iPhone 8 plus to the new Google Pixel 3 and my experience has been horrible. The phone looks great aesthetically however it has too many issues. The speaker doesn't work and everytime I put it on speaker other people can't hear me at all. It glitches at times, the tech support is horrible, I feel I can do a better job troubleshooting. They keep passing you on to another team and waste your time, at the end there is no solution. I feel like I got ripped off getting this phone because I was so excited and bragged about google products are the best etc… Sadly I am even attaching an article that clearly states that that pixes 3 and 3 xl has issues with the speakers and Google plan on fixing the problem in the future but I'd you have the Pixel 3 /3xl you are basically stuck with it. If I can give a zero review I would do that. FYI I am never the type of person who would give any reviews but I am very upset and disappointed at the pixel 3 phones and I wouldn't want anyone to be in my shoes. Lastly they said I can get a new phone since I have manufacture warranty, however they said I have to reset my phone and mail it to them. I asked if I can get the new phone first and transfer my data but that option is not available. I use my phone for work and I didn't want to take the risk of losing info. In the past I went to Verizon store and they lost all my info and their answer was oops sorry we can't do anything ☹️ Anyways my recommendation is anything but Google pixel 3. Thanks !

    Attaching the article I talked about below:

  3. These phones are extremely expensive for what they offer, that is, 4GB of RAM at this stage? There are other alternatives in the market, which offer the same and much more, such as OnePlus, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Xiaomi Mi A2, I mention it because, yes it is a midrange, but the version that I own is 6Gb of RAM and 128Gb of internal memory, with Android One and at the price I bought it, OMG, $ 266 American dollars ($ 850,000 Colombian pesos) and it is flying like a rocket, everything is very fluid, very soft and without any lag whatsoever. The truth is that I have nothing to envy to these Google phones. The battery is managed very well and now that it is upgraded to Android Pie 9, even better this wonderful marina will get the machine. Regards! 😉👍🏻📱💯

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