OpenGL 3.2 has continued to lead at 34.7 percent, while OpenGL 3.0 stood second with 30.1 percent share and OpenGL 2.0 came third with a 21.6 percent share.
The Russian publication further goes on to claim that the new Pixel 3 has a "very good sensitivity and the best touch experience".
Google's Pixel phones will, at long last, offer a dual-camera setup. With the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL coming out in October we expect Pie to make its debut in the distribution chart by the end of next month. One in particular is highlighted in the video, which shows the user holding a business card up to the camera, which automatically scans in the email address. But there's a catch. The list included Sony Xperia XZ2, Essential Phone, Nokia 7 Plus, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, Oppo R15 Pro, Vivo X21 and the upcoming OnePlus 6. Not that the Pixel 3 Launcher brings a huge change to the original. Considering that some of the Android smartphones utilize their own custom engines for haptic feedback, it would be interesting to see which engine will Google use to power the haptic feedback in Pixel 3.
This confirms that the new yet to launch devices will support wireless charging and fast charging, unlike its predecessors. The regular Pixel 3 will have a 5.4-inch AMOLED display with a 1080p+ resolution, while the Pixel 3 XL features a rather large notch and a larger 6.7-inch display with higher 1440p+ resolution. It will compensate with the USB Type-C Bullets headphones.More news: Liverpool boss Klopp: Sarri style gives us chance at Chelsea
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From the appearance of the wireless charging Pixel Stand, it appears like the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL will be charged by placing it at upright position over the stand. Plus, Google will be bundling two stickers, one of which will say #teampixel. Apart from that, though, we don't know much yet.
Google's flagship Chromebook, the Pixelbook will be getting an upgrade as well at the event.
Soon after unveiling the Samsung Galaxy A9, the Korean electronics maker is set to debut a new mid-range smartphone next month.