Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are the first Android phones to follow this policy, which is proving problematic in some instances. You get 100GB Airtel 4G per month if you opt for Airtel postpaid, and 1.4GB per day if you go for prepaid instead. Airtel will the delivery of the devices from November 3. The 128GB storage variant can be purchased for a one-time payment of Rs 29,000 and an 18-month Airtel EMI plan of Rs 3,999.
The most notable piece of information that seemingly flew under the radar amidst the plethora of leaks, is that Google is no longer working with LG to produce its displays.
When Google revealed the data centre Titan chip previous year, the Chocolate Factory said its objective was to provide a "hardware-verified boot and end-to-end authenticated root of trust" for its servers.
Titan M also prevents device tampering from hackers (or even law enforcement), from bypassing the lock screen of the Pixel 3 in any attempt to update the firmware to decrypt the device and its contents.
For now, it's unclear if there's an easy way to get a Verizon Pixel 3 unlocked. Both have a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on top, 100 percent DCI-P3 coverage, and HDR10 support.
Also, last year, the Pixel 2 XL and its LG screen weren't impressive, with users outright complaining about it. Compare that to Best Buy's listing for the "Verizon" Pixel 2 that clearly lists that phone as being unlocked, which it was. This is a new policy from the nation's largest carrier, and is not limited to the Pixel 3 series.