Meanwhile, the Pixel 3 XL can adorn the dubious award of the worst-kept secret of the mobile industry. From the successor to the Pixel 2 XL, innumerable details have come to the public in recent weeks and months. Just before the performance on October 9, another mystery was revealed.
Pixel 3 XL: Google phone receives new vibration motor
Apparently, the Pixel 3 XL has a new vibration motor on board, which should work at least as well as in current iPhones – “maybe even better,” as the Russian YouTube channel Rozetked in his hands-on video (see below) for formulated new Google phone. The vibration feedback when printing on the screen should be gentle and “very pleasant”.
Anyone who considers an engine vibration for a petitesse is mistaken. Android smartphones are still known for their brutal vibration feedback, which irritates iPhone users in particular when switching to Android and Makes Them Reject. That Google takes care of this little but important detail is only to be welcomed. Both the XL version and the regular Pixel 3, which should have this feature.
Projecting camera: Pixel 3 XL wobbles on the back
In addition to the new vibration motor if in hands-on to Pixel 3 XL and the protruding position of the camera. Compared to its predecessor, the Google phone shakes significantly when it is first placed on a table with its back. The little thing could turn out to be a major nerve factor.
The big notch of the Pixel 3 XL is also addressed in the video: “This is terrible,” is the unflattering verdict. The hopes that Google has only led us by the nose can probably be finally buried.