Pixel 3 XL is especially anticipated and may be one of the best Android phones of the year.
Particularly Pixel 3 XL is expected to address criticism from Pixel 2 XL fans who insisted the OLED panel on the phone
Both Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are expected to come with enhanced cameras, turbocharged interiors and all the new features that are boasted by Android 9 Pie.
One of the major features of Google's new software is the ability to use gesture controls to navigate in the smartphone interface.
In a blog post describing the new features of Android 9 Pie, Google declared that the new method was crucial at a time. "The phones grow higher and it's harder to get things done on your phone with one hand."
The technology giant continued: "Making the phone smarter and more adaptive is important, but we also want Android to be easier to use and more Nearly.
"In Android 9, we've introduced a new system navigation with a simple home button.
"With a simple, clean home button, you can sweep up to see a newly developed overview, the place where you quickly preview your entire screen recently used apps."
But in an interview with Android Central, UX Google Handheld and Pixel leader, EK Chung, detailed while gesture-based navigation can be turned on for phones updating to pie, future Google phones will have the option triggered by default.
This appears to confirm that Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will make Android lovers use gestures from the beginning.
Although the feature can be disabled in the settings menu, Google appears to be
Apple introduced motion-based controls with the debut to iPhone X as a radically redesigned company's commendable product line.
The new look of the iPhone saga where moving the iconic home button, which means a navigation path was required.
When we considered iPhone X, we said that the movements were "incredibly intuitive", even though they are "used to".
Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are expected to announce the 4th of October the same day the original Pixel and Pixel 2 made their respective debuts.
The technology giant announced Android 9 Pie was available to Pixel owners, bringing a host of new features to the flagships.
Google began rolling out updates for users last week.