Google finally unveiled the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL earlier this week, putting an end to all the leaks and rumors that have been flooding the web for months. For reasons that we've covered a dozen times by now (a shipment of Pixel 3 XL prototypes was allegedly stolen and sold on the black market) it felt like we knew just about everything there was to know about the company's third-generation Pixel phones long before they were unveiled on stage in New York City this past Tuesday. Of course, leaks never paint a complete picture and we learned plenty of new and interesting details during Google's press conference. Not surprisingly, several of those details pertained to the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL's camera.
Apart from the fact that Google's Pixel phones get instant access to new Android releases while owners of rival phones typically have to wait several months for updates, the cameras on Google's Pixel phone lineup have been among the phones' biggest draws. In fact, last year's Pixel 2 is still considered by some people to be the best camera phone available to this day. That will undoubtedly change next week when the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are released, but can a single-lens camera really outperform the dual- and triple-lens cameras on other recent flagship smartphones?
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