After a week or so in preorder, Google’s latest flagship phones, thehave gone on sale as promised in the US, UK and Australia, starting at $799, £739 and AU$1,199 for the smaller model and $899, £869 and AU$1,349 for the larger.
In addition to buying through the Google Store, you can get them in the US with Google Fi with an $800 service credit if you buy two, or from Verizon, which is offering a monthly credit towards a second 64GB Pixel 3 when you lease one for 24 months and add a new line for the second. All the leases run around $33 per month.
The phones boast an advanced camera featuring. But while it has attractively low starting prices (for a flagship in 2018), they’re not quite so appealing after compared with Samsung’s latest Galaxy models, the , and or Apple’s newest iPhone , and .