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Google ‘Pixel’ Smartphones Can Now Be Pre-ordered on Airtel Online Store

The devices are available in "just black", "clearly white" and "not pink" colours

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Representational image. Wikimedia

Bharti Airtel said that Google’s “Pixel 3” and “Pixel 3XL” smartphones can now be pre-ordered on its online platform starting Wednesday.

Airtel will begin the delivery of the devices on November 3.

Customers can purchase the smartphones at down payments and EMI plans that come with a built-in postpaid plan bundled with data, calling and content benefits, the company said in a statement.

The down payments of “Pixel 3”, “Pixel 3XL (64GB)” and “Pixel 3XL (128GB)” at Airtel Online Store begins at Rs 17,000, Rs 20,000 and Rs 29,000 respectively.

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Now pre-order Google’s ‘Pixel’ smartphones on Airtel Online Store. Pixabay

Launched earlier in October, “Pixel 3” will cost Rs 71,000 for the 64GB variant in India and up to Rs 80,000 for the 128GB storage variant.

The “Pixel 3 XL” will be available at Rs 83,000 for the 64GB variant and up to Rs 92,000 for the 128GB model.

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Both the smartphones now come with 8MP+8MP front-facing cameras, a 12.2MP single sensor on the rear and exclusive in-camera Google Lens suggestions that works in real-time.

The devices are available in “just black”, “clearly white” and “not pink” colours. (IANS)

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Pixel 4 XL May Come With Dual Rear and Front Facing Cameras

According to the leaked image, this could either mean an under-display fingerprint sensor or one that's built into the Pixel 4's power button

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An interesting feature on the phone's back could be the lack of a fingerprint sensor. Wikimedia

Unlike previous Pixel phones, the next Pixel XL model might come with two cameras and a sleek design overhaul.

According to a leaked picture published on SlashLeaks, a drawing showed the Pixel 4 XL with dual rear and front facing cameras and an oval hole-punch display similar to the one on Samsung Galaxy S10.

“The drawing doesn’t show a fingerprint reader on the back. This omission could indicate that the next Pixel phone will have an in-screen fingerprint reader like that on the Galaxy S10,” the CNET reported late on Friday.

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Google has not yet commented about the image. Wikimedia

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Google has not yet commented about the image.

An interesting feature on the phone’s back could be the lack of a fingerprint sensor.

According to the leaked image, this could either mean an under-display fingerprint sensor or one that’s built into the Pixel 4’s power button. (IANS)