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While the last few days of the year gone by were spent looking back, it’s now time to look what lies ahead. The year 2019 is expected to see new launches, innovations and features in the smartphone industry. What aces do the likes of Apple, Samsung, OnePlus others have up their sleeve? msnTarGet.com Here we look at 15 of the most-awaited smartphones that are expected to land in 2019:

15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019

15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019
15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019

​New Apple iPhones

What to expect: Very little is known about the new iPhones as very few leaks have appeared and Apple will only talk about it on the day they are launched MsnTarGet.CoM.
Expected launch date: September

​Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

What to expect: The key highlight is expected to be improved display and Samsung’s own UI.
Expected launch date: The Galaxy S10 Plus will arrive just before the Mobile World Congress in February.

​Samsung Galaxy Note 10

What to expect: The phablet from Samsung may get a better display and bring innovations to the S Pen
Expected launch date: August

​Google Pixel 4

What to expect: Unparalleled camera experience but apart from that little is known about this year’s Pixel smartphones
Expected launch date: October

​Nokia 9

What to expect: Nokia 9 is rumoured to come equipped with as many five cameras at the back.
Expected launch date: Nokia 9 may l see the light of the day sometime in March.

OnePlus 7

What to expect:Very little is known about the next OnePlus smartphone as of now.
Expected date: May/June

​Samsung Galaxy X

What to expect: The first foldable phone from smartphone to have an innovative display
Expected launch date: May

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro

An upgrade of one of Xiaomi’s most powerful smartphone with better display and camera.
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019

​Huawei P30 Pro

What to expect: Last year, Huawei created a stir by putting three cameras on the back of P 20 Pro. Expect more innovations in the camera
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019

​OnePlus 5G phone:

What to expect: One of the first handset to support 5G technology. It’s still not known whether this will come first or the OnePlus 7 on msnTarGet.com.
Expected launch date: First half of 2019

​Google Pixel Lite

What to expect: An affordable ‘liter’ version of the Pixel 3 range of devices
Expected launch date: First half of 2019

Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2

What to expect: A 48MP camera at the back and a in-hole display
Expected launch date: February

​LG G8 ThinQ

What to expect: It is rumoured that LG is going to beef up the display of its flagship device this year
Expected launch date: June

​Huawei foldable phone

What to expect: As the name suggests, it will be a foldable phone.
Launch date: First half of 2019

​Poco F2

What to expect: An upgrade on one of Xiaomi’s affordable phone with a powerful processor. No concrete information is available as of now
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019.

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Google on Tuesday announced eSIM wireless service on its Pixel 3 smartphone with Reliance Jio and Airtel telecom carriers in India. Google was the first smartphone vendor to support built-in eSIMs with its Project Fi — now called Google Fi — network last year. “Sprint in the US, EE in the UK, Airtel and Reliance Jio in India, and Truphone and Gigsky in various countries will also roll out eSIM support for Pixel 3 in the coming months,” Kerrie Lenhart Hogan, Director, Partnerships at Google, said in a statement.

Google Pixel 3 Devices in India Now Support eSIM Service on Jio, Airtel Networks

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“If you’re in Germany, look out for the ability to purchase Pixel 3 with eSIM functionality from Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone soon,” added the search giant. To recall, the Google Pixel 2 was the first major smartphone with eSIM — an embedded SIM that lets you instantly connect to a carrier network with the tap of a button.

With eSIM, users can connect across devices in the Google ecosystem — from Android smartphones to Chromebooks to Wear OS smartwatches. “To enable a consistent and simple experience across the ecosystem, we’re also creating a programme that allows Android device makers to build eSIM-capable smartphones,” said Google.

Launched in October, “Pixel 3” costs Rs 71,000 for the 64GB variant in India and up to Rs 80,000 for the 128GB storage variant. The “Pixel 3 XL” is available at Rs 83,000 for the 64GB variant and up to Rs 92,000 for the 128GB model.

The first eSIM devices to launch in India was the Apple iPhone XS, XS Max. Later on, the Apple iPhone XR was also launched. Now, Google is rolling out the feature to its Pixel 3 devices in collaboration with Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio. Notably, Jio and Airtel are the only telcos providing eSIM technology in the sub-continent, while Vodafone Idea and BSNL customers are out of luck for now.

Google launched its two flagship smartphones -- Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL on October 9. Both smartphones come with the latest version of Android operating system and the latest Qualcomm processor -- Snapdragon 845. For the first time the company has incorporated dual selfie camera and like always the company is touting a lot about the camera capabilities of both the smartphones. If we are talking about the smartphone camera then the Google Pixel 3 XL will face tough competition from Huawei P20 Pro. The camera of Huawei P20 Pro is considered to be better than the iPhone XS Max as well. So, wondering which is a better option in between the Google Pixel 3 XL and Huawei P20 Pro? We help you decide with a spec-by-spec comparison of both the smartphones.
Google Pixel 3 XL vs Huawei P20 Pro: How Google's new big-screen Pixel phone compares to world's first triple camera phone
SpecificationsGoogle Pixel 3 XLHuawei P20 Pro
Display6.3-inch Quad HD+ OLED display with 2880 x 1440 pixels resolution6.1-inch full HD+ OLED display with 2240 x 1080 pixels resolution
Operating systemAndroid 9.0 PieAndroid 8.1 Oreo
ProcessorOcta-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845Octa-Core Huawei Kirin 970
RAM4GB6GB
Storage64GB, 128GB128GB
CameraDual front cameras with two 8MP sensors and a 12.2MP rear cameraTriple rear camera with 40 MP (RGB, f/1.8 aperture) + 20 MP (Monochrome, f/1.6 aperture) + 8 MP (Telephoto, f/2.4 aperture) sensors with Leica lens, 24MP front camera
Battery3430mAh4000mAh
Weight and dimension184 grams, 157.9 x 76.7 x 7.9mm180 grams, 155 x 73.9 x 7.8 mm
Special featuresIPX8, wireless charging support, Pixel Buds USB-C headphones in the boxFast charging, HiFi audio, Dolby Atmos, IP67 rating
PriceStarting at Rs 83,000Rs 64,999

Google recently unveiled its new generation of Pixel smartphones, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. If there’s one thing about the Pixel smartphones that stands out then it is the camera on these devices. So much so, that they become the benchmark for other smartphones. We decided to test the camera of Pixel 3 against Apple’s new iPhone, the iPhone XS. Does Apple triumph over Google or is it the Pixel 3 that catches your eye over the iPhone XS? Take a look at the images and decide for yourself which camera does a better job.
Apple iPhone XS vs Google Pixel 3 'Comparing the two best smartphones' Camera
Outdoor HDR
Google Pixel 3: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-60, Exposure Time – 1/1174 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
iPhone XS: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-25, Exposure Time – 1/1043 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
​Outdoor non-HDR
Google Pixel 3: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-60, Exposure Time – 1/4659 seconds, focxal length – 4.0mm.
iPhone XS: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-25, Exposure Time – 1/2364 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
Indoor
Google Pixel 3: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-77, Exposure Time – 1/33 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
iPhone XS: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-200, Exposure Time – 1/50 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
​Low-light indoor
Google Pixel 3: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-444, Exposure Time – 1/25 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
iPhone XS: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-400, Exposure Time – 1/25 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
Low-light
Google Pixel 3: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-584, Exposure Time – 1/25 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
iPhone XS: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-640, Exposure Time – 1/25 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
Low-light portrait
Google Pixel 3: Aperture-f/2.4, ISO-640, Exposure Time – 1/25 seconds, focal length – 6.0mm.
iPhone XS: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-640, Exposure Time – 1/25 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
Zoom
Google Pixel 3: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-64, Exposure Time – 1/2347 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
iPhone XS: Aperture-f/2.4, ISO-16, Exposure Time – 1/1199 seconds, focal length – 6.0mm.
Action shot
Google Pixel 3: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-59, Exposure Time – 1/1174 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
iPhone XS: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-25, Exposure Time – 1/972 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
Selfie
Google Pixel 3: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-99, Exposure Time – 1/33 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
iPhone XS: Aperture-f/2.2, ISO-250, Exposure Time – 1/972 seconds, focal length – 3.0mm.
Portrait
Google Pixel 3: Aperture-f/1.8, ISO-110, Exposure Time – 1/25 seconds, focal length – 4.0mm.
iPhone XS: Aperture-f/2.4, ISO-500, Exposure Time – 1/33 seconds, focal length – 6.0mm.

Google is now said to be working on a Pixel smartphone with the newly announced Snapdragon 710 Mobile Platform, which is slated for early 2019 release and not this year. This new leak falls in-line with the earlier report of Google working on a mid-range device with Snapdragon 600 series chipset. But with Qualcomm releasing the upgrade to Snapdragon 660 SoC in the form of Snapdragon 710 SoC, Google seems to have shifted onto the latest chipset. Tipster Roland Quandt posted this news on Twitter, but the sad part is the release date, which for now is said to be in the first half of 2019 and not during the Pixel 3 devices launch. However, the tipster immediately posted that he’s not aware of the company’s plans for this year on launching a mid-range Pixel device and he doesn’t have any additional information about the Snapdragon 710-powered smartphone.
Google Pixel Device With Snapdragon 710 Processor Under Works
Maybe this is the mid-range Pixel smartphone Google is working on for some time. Earlier, a Chinese blog reported that Google is working a mid-range Pixel smartphone exclusively for the Indian market. But that report claimed the phone would be part of Android Go program, which is highly unlikely. Furthermore, a recent report from the same tipster stated that Google has recently started working on Pixel 3 smartphones and is considering an early release, probably in September itself to compete with the Apple iPhones. The upcoming Pixel 3 smartphones are expected to feature the Snapdragon 845 processor and also upgraded cameras. Of course, they will come with Android P out of the box, like every generation Pixel smartphone. The possible mid-range Pixel smartphone with Snapdragon 710 processor will be an excellent move from the search giant. And if Google gets the pricing right, it will be a gamechanger for the company. Right now, in several markets, the sub $400 or Rs 25,000 price bracket doesn’t have many options for the consumers to choose from. If Google launches the rumoured device around Rs 25,000 in the Indian market with decent cameras and stock Android, it will secure excellent market share for the search giant.

Launching in late summer at the earliest, the Google Pixel 3 will likely be one of the best Android phones of the year, and indeed a device that’s worth waiting for. But after more than ten years of Android, after seven generations of Nexus phones, the third Pixel phone will not bring anything really new to the mobile business. Yes, it’ll sport a variety of improvements over last year’s phones, which will place it right at the top of the crop. But Google best-ever phone will also represent the culmination of a decade of missed opportunities. We learned this week that Google is making two Pixel phones with Foxconn, including the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL. Unlike last year, the phones won’t be identical when it comes to design and features. The bigger phone is getting an iPhone X makeover, but Google’s clone will be incredibly ugly compared to other clones.
The Pixel 3 will be the culmination of a decade of missed opportunities
The phone is also going to feature a dual selfie camera, rumors say. The Pixel 3, meanwhile, will come without a notch, a design that already feels old. There’s doesn’t seem to be anything exciting about these phones if all these renders are accurate, and Google only has itself to blame for having to play catch-up with Apple. The Pixel 3 launches in the second half or the year, but it’ll have a design Apple showed to the world last fall. And everyone, save for Samsung, copied it. In addition to notch support, Android P comes with new navigation gestures that Google implemented solely because Apple showed it the light. Furthermore, I would not be surprised if there’s a dual camera on the back of the Pixel 3 XL, something that Apple has not invented, but made popular within the industry.
And Google may end up copying Apple in spite of repeatedly criticizing the iPhone. When the Pixel 2 arrived last year, sporting a stale design in a mobile landscape that was already dominated by all-screen phones, it surprised the world because of the absence of the headphone jack. It was just a year before that that Google mocked the iPhone 7 for lacking the audio port. Google missed the forest for the trees, it turns out; you need to remove the 3.5mm port to make room for extra screen real estate. What I’m getting at is that Google is forced to copy Apple and do a lousy job at it precisely because it ignored hardware for so many years. You can’t make an iPhone X without having an iPhone 7. And there’s no iPhone 7 without the iPhone 6/6s. And so on. Google failed to replicate Apple’s way of carefully evolving the iPhone into the piece of tech it is today, and Apple’s audacity to do things others only dreamt of in R&D.
Google has had the money to do it, but the company has failed to focus on hardware since the days of the Nexus. The main reason for that was its need to keep its partners in place so that Android could become the most important mobile operating system in the world. That’s why it ignored Motorola, which could have been used to create great Google Nexus and Pixel phones. That’s why it missed the opportunity to play hardball with carriers and transform its phones into must-have devices for them. And it certainly missed out on establishing crucial supply partnerships that would give it a significant edge over the competition. The iPhone X was for months the only phone with 3D facial recognition because only Apple has access to the essential parts that make Face ID possible. Made by Samsung but based on Apple specs, the OLED screen in the iPhone X has no rival. Not because of the screen’s color reproduction or performance, but because it occupies almost the entire front of the phone, from corner to corner (image above). The Pixel 3 XL, meanwhile, will have an incredibly ugly bottom chin. And let’s not forget the screen issues of the Pixel 2, which Google sourced from LG, the same company that manufactured it.
By the way, remember the Nexus 6 that had no fingerprint sensor? That’s because Apple got the best sensors in town, and Google decided against using one. Apple has the power to negotiate better deals, secure supply chains, and demand novel smartphone components from its partners. Apple and the iPhone make and break suppliers. Google doesn’t have that power. Google can’t even make enough Pixels to meet demand, which, again, shows that Google has been ignoring opportunities left and right for the most of its mobile history. For years, Google failed to build a strong hardware team, and master the logistics required to sell tens if not hundreds of millions of phones every year. That’s why the Pixel 3 will still trail the iPhone. One other thing Google missed out on is the rapid acquisition of new talent. Buying most of the mobile division of a company that hasn’t been able to sell a lot of phones isn’t it. Apple, meanwhile, purchased a slew of hot startups to make a better iPhone. Lacking the desire, vision, or need to make a better Nexus or Pixel, Google likely ignored some of the companies that ended up in Apple’s pocket. Authentec, the company behind the fingerprint sensing tech introduced by the iPhone 5s, was purchased by Apple. PrimeSense, which made the Kinect for Microsoft, and whose 3D tech is likely behind the Face ID camera, also belongs to Apple. These are just two examples, but there are many more. With all that in mind, the Pixel 3 will be a great phone, but once again, not a game changer. At this rate, it might take Google a long time to challenge the iPhone dominance.

May 31, 2018 ,
We are already aware that search giant Google is working on its next generation Pixel lineup of smartphones. The yet-to-be launched Pixel smartphones are said to come with edge-to-edge display and with the new smartphones the company is planning to take on the next generation of iPhones. According to a report, Google is planning to launch the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL with new design in October this year. As reported by Bloomberg, Google will stick to its two device strategy and will only launch Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, unlike Apple, who is planning to launch three iPhones this year. The big screen Pixel 3 XL is said to come with an edge-to-edge display and will compete against the iPhone X. The smartphone will have narrow bezels on the side, but a thick chin of bezel will remain at the bottom. Like the other recently launched smartphones, the Pixel 3 XL will also have the iPhone X-like notch display.
Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL to launch in October this year
The report also reaffirms an image of the screen protectors of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL released sometime back. The Pixel 3 will have a smaller notch but it will be noticeable. The company also showcased it plans to incorporate the notch in upcoming devices at the Android P developer preview. The Google Pixel 3 is said to have the same design as its predecessor and will not have an edge-to-edge display. Both the new smartphones will be launched in October just month after the Apple launch. The devices are said to come with Verizon in US and the company is also talking to Foxconn for manufacturing the 2018 Pixel smartphones. The report by Bloomberg further adds that Google is in no hurry to join the dual camera bandwagon and will stick to single camera only. However, the company is planning to add a dual selfie camera to the upcoming Pixel smartphones.

May 30, 2018 ,
Of all the hotly anticipated new smartphones still set to be released over the course of 2018, Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are the furthest from becoming a reality. The LG G7 ThinQ and HTC U12+ are both in the process of rolling out now, and Motorola has some launches coming soon as well. Then the next big phone reveal will be Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9, which will be followed by the even more eagerly anticipated release of Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup. There, we’ll likely see three new iPhone X successors launch, including an “iPhone X 2,” a larger “iPhone X Plus” with a 6.5-inch OLED display, and a new mid-range model with the iPhone X’s design but a much lower price point. That third new iPhone model, which will reportedly feature a 6.1-inch LCD screen, will likely be Apple’s most popular new iPhone in 2018 thanks to the new, lower price tag. Finally, after all that is said and done, Google is expected to release its new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL sometime in October 2018.
This new look at the Pixel 3 XL’s design is going to make Android fans much happier
They won’t be the best-selling Android smartphones of the year — not by a long shot. But Google’s new Pixel phones are always the choice of hardcore Android fans who want a pure Android experience and instant access to big Android software updates the moment they’re released. 2018 is shaping up to be a somewhat controversial year for Google’s Pixel lineup since the larger and more desirable Pixel 3 XL is expected to copy the iPhone X’s notch design, and hardcore Android fans inherently hate anything and everything Apple does. Luckily for Android fanboys, however, Google likely has a solution in store to appease them, and we might have just gotten our first look at that solution in action thanks to a recent leak. Earlier this week, the world may have gotten its first taste at the designs Google plans to use on its upcoming Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL flagship smartphones. That taste came courtesy of a photo that purportedly showed two screen protectors, one for the upcoming Pixel 3 and a second for the larger Pixel 3 XL phablet. Now, seeing screen protectors obviously isn’t the same as seeing the phones themselves, but if they’re genuine they do show us the design Google plans to use on its new Pixel phones. Here’s that leaked image, in case you missed it the first time around: As you can see, the screen protectors indicate that Google plans to decrease the size of the bezels on its new Pixel 3 lineup this year.
Both new models will still have a “chin” bezel below the displays, and the smaller Pixel 3 will also apparently have a somewhat large bezel above the screen. But the bigger Pixel 3 XL design shown in this leak uses Apple’s iPhone X notch design at the top of the screen in order to maximize display real estate. Again, there’s no way at the moment to confirm that this design is accurate. That said, it wouldn’t come as much of a surprise. So many Android phones have copied Apple’s notch that Google actually baked notch support right into Android P, the company’s big 2018 update set to be released later this year. Pixel phones are always a showcase of the latest and greatest Android features, so it stands to reason that Google would want to showcase the notch on at least one of its 2018 Pixel phones. Based on the leak above, a cell phone blog cooked up renders of what Google’s new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL should look like when they launch.
There’s a very good chance that those renders will end up being our first look at Google’s new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL designs, though we obviously cannot confirm that for the time being. The smaller Pixel 3 has a design that is somewhat dated thanks to those big bezels above and below the screen, but the Pixel 3 XL looks just as sleek as any other recent Android flagship phone. It does clone the iPhone X’s notch though, which is something that hardcore Android fans haven’t been happy about with regard to all the other recent phones that copy Apple’s design. Of course, many of those phones also offer a related feature that Apple does not: The ability to hide the notch. Phones like the LG G7 ThinQ and OnePlus 6 include a setting in the phone’s software to hide the notch by making the background black. Then, only status bar icons and notification icons are displayed on either side of the notch. There’s a very good chance that Google will offer this option as well, and now a Reddit user named “fondantsnail” has created a Pixel 3 XL render that shows us what the phone might look like with the notch hidden:

May 29, 2018 ,
We have already seen a number of big smartphone launches so far in 2018, from Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and the LG G7 ThinQ to the just-released OnePlus 6 that now holds the coveted title of most powerful smartphone in the world. That’s right, it’s even faster than Apple’s latest iPhones, which is quite an accomplishment even considering the software issues that currently plague iOS 11. Huawei’s P20 Pro was also released earlier this year, and it packs the best camera the world has ever seen on a smartphone (don’t worry, you can still get a Huawei P20 Pro right now even though Trump’s White House doesn’t want you to have it), and the HTC U12+ was also just unveiled last week.
This is probably our first look at the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL
Despite all those huge smartphone launches, the most hotly anticipated smartphone releases of the year are all still to come. The Galaxy Note 9 will be released sometime in August if recent rumors are to be believed, and Apple’s new 2018 iPhone lineup won’t debut until September. Then, once that’s all said and done, Google will debut its new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones. We still have a long wait before Google’s 2018 Pixel phones become a reality, but a new leak may have already given us our first look at Google’s new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL designs. Yesterday we shared a potentially huge Google leak that left people with mixed emotions. On one hand, seeing a leak that may have revealed Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphone designs is obviously a big deal. On the other hand, the larger and often more desirable new Pixel phone may turn out to be a huge disappointment to many potential buyers.
Pixel phones are typically purchased by the most hardcore Android fans out there. They want a “pure” Android experience, and they also want to get big software updates the moment they’re released, not six months later. Google’s own Pixel phones are the only way to make either of those things happen. Of course, hardcore Android fans also have something else in common: they tend to inherently hate anything Apple does because… well… Apple. This could be a big problem in 2018 though, because it looks like the Pixel 3 XL is going to copy the same iPhone design feature that most other Android phones are copying this year. We’re talking about the iPhone X’s notch, of course, and yesterday’s leak showed an unmistakable notch at the top of the Pixel 3 XL’s screen. The image above is believed to show screen protectors for Google’s upcoming Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones, and they obviously reveal a great deal about the phones’ designs if they’re genuine.
We can see that both phones will have large “chins” at the bottom since no other companies want to invest the time and effort it took for Apple to eliminate the bottom bezel, and they also appear to have dual front-facing cameras at the top. The smaller Pixel 3 appears to have a large bezel above the display in addition to the chin, while the Pixel 3 XL will apparently clone the iPhone X’s notch. Using these leaked screen protectors and Google’s earlier Pixel smartphones as a guide, cell phone blog Phone Arena created renders of the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Nothing has been confirmed for the time being, of course, but there’s a very good chance that these renders are very good representations of what we can expect from Google later this year when it unveils its 2018 smartphone lineup. If all this pans out, it’ll be interesting to see how receptive Android “fanboys” are to a Pixel 3 XL that obviously apes Apple’s iPhone X design. Our guess? They’ll find a way to convince themselves that Google didn’t copy the iPhone X, and the notch won’t stop them from buying the latest, greatest smartphone from Google.

Android Oreo is the 'latest' operating system from the search giant Google. Launched last year, the OS has so far managed to grab only 5.7% share of the global Android OS market (as per the latest distribution numbers.) However, smartphone makers are gearing up and are slowly rolling out Oreo update to new devices. So, if you want to buy a new smartphone with Android Oreo then this list is for you. Here we have listed 43 smartphones that are running on Android Oreo operating system.
Only these 43 smartphones run on Android's biggest update
1. OnePlus 6 : OnePlus 6 is the latest flagship smartphone from the house of Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus. The smartphone runs Android 8.1 Oreo operating system and will also receive Android P update. The handset sports a 6.28-inch FullHD+ Optic AMOLED screen and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. The device offers 6GB/8GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage. OnePlus 6 comes with a dual rear camera with 16MP (Sony IMX519) +20MP (Sony IM376K sensor) setup and houses a 3,300 mAh battery with Dash charging support.
2. Nokia 8 Sirocco : Nokia 8 Sirocco is the flagship smartphone of Nokia and its runs Android One version of the operating system. The smartphone comes with a 5-inch curved edge-to-edge display protected with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass. The smartphone comes with dual rear cameras (12MP+13MP) with ZEISS optics. The handset is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. The device houses a 3,260 mAh battery and supports wireless charging.
3. Nokia 7 Plus : Nokia 7 Plus is another smartphone from Nokia to run Android 8.0 Oreo operating system and sports a 6-inch full HD+ IPS display. The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC and offers 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage. It comes with a 16MP front camera and packs a 3,800 mAh battery.
4. Honor 10 : Honor 10 is the flagship smartphone of Huawei’s sub-brand Honor. The smartphone comes with Android 8.1 Oreo operating system out-of-the-box topped with EMUI 8.1 UI. Honor 10 is powered by an octa-core Kirin 970 processor and features a 5.84-inch LCD FHD+ display of 1080 x 2280 pixels resolution. The smartphone comes with a dual rear camera setup, which consists of 24MP primary camera and 16MP secondary camera. The front of the smartphone houses a 24MP selfie shooter. It is backed by a 3,400 mAh battery with fast charging support.
5. Nokia 6 (2018) : Nokia 6 (2018) is this year’s edition of the budget smartphone of Nokia. The smartphone runs Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor. The device features a 5.5-inch full-HD IPS LCD display and has 4GB of RAM and 64GB inbuilt storage. It has 16MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture along with an 8MP front camera with f/2.0 aperture. The smartphone offers all the essential connectivity options with 3,000 mAh battery.
6. ​ Sony Xperia XA1 Plus : Sony Xperia XA1 Plus also receive Oreo update and now the smartphone runs Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. The smartphone comes with a 5.5-inch full HD display and is powered by Mediatek MT6757 Helio P20 processor. The smartphone offers 3GB/4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The device packs a 3,430 mAh battery and sports a 23MP rear and 8MP front camera.
7. ​ Nokia 1 : Along with the Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 8 Sirocco, HMD Global also launched Nokia 1 smartphone running Android 8.0 Oreo. The device offers 4.5-inch FWVGA display and is powered by a MediaTek processor. The device houses a 2,150 mAh battery and offers 1GB of RAM and 8GB internal storage.
8. Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) : Along with the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) and the Galaxy A7 (2017), the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) also received Android Oreo update. The device consists of a full HD 5.7-inch display and is powered by Exynos 7880. The smartphone offers 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage which can be expanded further. It is backed by 3,600 mAh battery and 16MP rear and front camera.
9. ​ Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra : Another Sony Xperia smartphone to receive Android Oreo update is the Xperia XA1 Ultra. The smartphone is powered by a MediaTek processor and sports a 6-inch display with full HD resolution. The smartphone has a 23MP rear camera and a 16MP front shooter. The device is backed by a 2,700 mAh battery and offers 4GB RAM and 32GB inbuilt storage.
10. Honor 7X : Launched last year in December, the Honor 7X also received Android Oreo update earlier this year. The Honor 7X now runs Android 8.0 Oreo topped with EMUI 8.1 UI layer. The Honor 7X sports a 5.93-inch full-HD+ bezel less display and offers 4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB internal storage. The smartphone boasts of dual rear camera with 16MP primary sensor and 2MP secondary sensor.
11. Sony Xperia XA1 : Sony also rolled out Android Oreo update for its Xperia XA1 smartphone earlier this year. The smartphone comes with a 5-inch HD display and came with Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. It is powered by a MediaTek processor clubbed with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. The smartphone sports a 23MP rear shooter and an 8MP selfie camera. The device packs a 2,300 mAh battery and offers all the connectivity options.
12. ​ Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) : Launched with Android 7.0 Nougat operating system, the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) also received Android 8.0 Oreo update. The smartphone is powered by company's own Exynos 7880 processor clubbed with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. The smartphone features a 5.2-inch full HD display and sports a 16MP rear camera with LED flash and a 16MP front camera for selfies.
13. Moto Z2 Play : In March this year Lenovo-owned Motorola started rolling out Android Oreo update for its modular smartphone Moto Z2 Play. The smartphone features a 5.5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 processor . The device offers 3GB/4GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB internal storage. In terms of camera, the handset offers 12MP rear and 5MP front camera.
14. ​ Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) : Another Samsung Galaxy A series smartphones that received Android Oreo update is the Galaxy A3 (2017) smartphone. The device packs a 13MP primary and 8MP secondary camera and is powered by the company's own Exynos 7870 SoC. The smartphone offers 16GB internal storage and 2GB of RAM. It is backed by a 2,350 MAh battery and has a 4.7-inch HD display.
15. Moto Z Play : Last month Motorola started rolling out Android Oreo update for its modular smartphone Moto Z Play. The smartphone was launched in India in 2016 with Android Marshmallow and now it runs Android Oreo. The device has a 5.5-inch full-HD Super AMOLED display and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC. Backed by a 3,510 mAh battery, the smartphone offers 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. It boasts of a 16MP primary and 5MP secondary camera.
16. Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe : Asus launched the Zenfone 3 Deluxe in August 2016 and recently, the company started rolling out Android Oreo update on the smartphone. This is the second big update for the smartphone as it has already received Android 7.0 Nougat last year. The Zenfone 3 Deluxe is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor paired with 6GB of RAM and 256GB internal storage. The smartphone houses a 3,000 mAh battery, 23MP rear and 8MP front camera.
17. ​ Nokia 5 : Nokia 5 received Android 8.0 Oreo update earlier this year. The smartphone was launched in June last year along with the Nokia 6 and Nokia 3. The smartphone comes with a 5.2-inch IPS LCD display and 2GB of RAM and 16GB internal storage. The device is backed by a 3000mAH battery and Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor. It sports a 13MP rear and 8MP front facing camera.
18. ​ Nokia 3 : Nokia 3 was also launched last year with Android 7.0 Nougat operating system out-of-the-box. The company has now started the beta testing of Android 8.0 operating system for the smartphone. The handset has a 5-inch HD display and is powered by quad-core MediaTek processor. It houses a 8MP rear and front camera and 2300mAH battery.
19. ​ HTC U11 : HTC U11 is the flagship smartphone of the company which was launched last year in June. The Taiwanese manufacturer has now started rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo update for the smartphone. The main highlight of the U11 is its ‘squeezable' side bezels. The smartphone consists of eight sensors on the side bezels to register the squeeze. These sensors are integrated with the Edge Sense and can be used to launch any app through long press. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor paired with 8GB of RAM.
20. HTC 10 : HTC launched its HTC 10 smartphone in April 2016. The company has now started rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo update for the same. This is the second big update for the device as it received Android Nougat update in February last year. The HTC 10 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor clubbed with 4GB of RAM. The device sports a 5.2-inch QHD super LCD display and 12MP UltraPixel camera at the back along with a 5MP selfie camera.
21. Infinix Note 4 : Infinix Note 4 is the budget smartphone of the company and it has recently received Android 8.0 Oreo update. The device is powered by octa-core MediaTek processor paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. It is backed by a 4300mAH battery and 5.7-inch full HD display. The smartphone sports a 13MP primary camera and 8MP secondary shooter.
22. ​ Samsung Galaxy S8 : Samsung Galaxy S8 is the high-end smartphone from Samsung to receive Android 8.0 Oreo operating system update. The smartphone comes with Infinity display and is powered by company’s own Exynos processor. It offers 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage which can be expanded further.
23. ​ Samsung Galaxy S8+ : Along with the Samsung Galaxy S8, the Galaxy S8+ also received Android Oreo update with the latest security patch. This also comes with a bezel less display and is powered by Exynos processor. It is backed by a 3500mAh battery and is dust and water resistant.
24. ​ Google Pixel 2 : Google Pixel 2 is the current flagship smartphone of Google and it comes with Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box. The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM. Selling at a starting price tag of Rs 48,940, the handset offers 64GB and 128GB of internal storage. The device comes with IP67 rating which makes it dust and water resistant.
25. ​ Google Pixel 2 XL : Google Pixel 2 XL is the bigger version of Pixel 2 and it was also launched with Android Oreo. The smartphone is presently available at Rs 58,500 and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. The device comes in two storage versions -- 64GB and 128GB and is also water and dust resistant like the Pixel 2.
26. ​ Google Pixel : Google Pixel is the last year’s flagship of Google and the device runs the latest Android Oreo operating system. Presently selling at Rs 39,640, the smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor and is available in two storage variants -- 32GB and 128GB. The device comes with 4GB of RAM and 12MP rear camera with LED flash.
27. ​ Google Pixel XL : Google Pixel Xl is one the first smartphones that received the Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. Just like the Google Pixel, this one also comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor paired with 4GB of RAM. It comes in two storage variants 32GB and 128GB and is selling at a starting price tag of Rs 39,649. This one also has a 12MP rear camera with LED flash.
28. ​ OnePlus 5T : Despite being the flagship smartphone the OnePlus 5T started receiving Android Oreo update this month. The device is backed by a 3300 mAh battery with fast charging and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. This one comes in two variants - 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage, 8GB RAM and 128GB inbuilt storage. The smartphone is the first to come with bezel-less display and dual rear camera.
29. ​ Nokia 8 : Nokia 8 is the high-end smartphone of the company and it received Android Oreo update last year in December. The device comes with a dual rear camera setup and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. It is backed by a 3000 mAh battery and offers 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.
30. ​ OnePlus 5 : OnePlus 5 started receiving Android Oreo update from January this year. The smartphone comes with a dual rear camera setup with 16MP and 20MP rear camera with LED flash. There’s also a 16MP front shooter for selfies. The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor paired with 6GB/8GB of RAM. The smartphone comes with a starting price tag of Rs 32,999 and is backed by a 3300mAh battery.
31. ​ Sony Xperia XZs : Sony Xperia XZs was launched in 2017 and it came with Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. The smartphone recently received Android Oreo update. The smartphone has stereo speakers and a 2900mAh battery.The smartphone runs Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage.
32. OnePlus 3 : OnePlus 3 was launched in 2016 and the company started rolling out Android Oreo update in November last year. The smartphone comes with 6GB of RAM and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. It sports a 5.5-inch Optic AMOLED full HD display and features a 16MP rear and 8MP selfie camera.
33. ​ Sony Xperia XZ1 : Sony Xperia XZ1 is the first non-Google smartphone to come with Android Oreo out-of-the-box. The main highlight of the smartphone is its 3D scanning mode that lets the device capture high-resolution 3D images of an object. The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage.
34. OnePlus 3T : OnePlus 3T is the successor of OnePlus 3 and the device received Android Oreo update at the same time as OnePlus 3. The device comes with a 16MP primary and secondary camera and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor.
35. ​ Honor V10 : Huawei’s sub-brand Honor launched its flagship smartphone V10 last year in December. Launched at Rs 29,999, this is the first smartphone of the company to come with Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box. The smartphone is sports a bezel-less 5.99-inch display and is powered by company own Kirin 970 processor. It offers 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage which can be expanded further.
36. Nokia 6 : Nokia 6 is the budget smartphone of the company which it launched in June last year. The smartphone received Android Oreo update recently and the update also includes the recent security patch. The handset is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor. It packs 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage and 3000mAh battery.
37. Honor 9 Lite : Honor 9 Lite is the first smartphone launch of Huawei in 2018. This one also comes with Android Oreo and is priced at Rs 10,999. The smartphone comes with a quad camera setup. This means that the device has a 16MP + 2MP camera at both rear and front end. This one also sports a bezel-less display of 5.65-inch and is powered by Huawei’s own Kirin 659 processor.
38. Sony Xperia XZ : Launched in 2016, the Sony Xperia XZ also received Android Oreo update last year. The smartphone was launched with Android 7.0 Nougat and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. The main highlight of the smartphone is its 23MP rear camera with triple image sensing technology that includes EXMOR sensor combined with Predictive Hybrid AF, laser autofocus and RGBC infrared sensor for light adjustment. The handset offers 3GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage.
39. ​ Moto X4 : Launched in November last year the Moto X4 is now running on Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. The device is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor paired with 4GB/6GB of RAM and comes at a starting price tag of Rs 20,999. The device sports a dual rear camera setup with 2MP dual autofocus pixel sensor + 8MP ultra wide-angle sensor with 120-degree field of view. There is also a 16MP front shooter for selfies. It is backed by a 3000 mAh battery with fast charging support.
40. ​ Xiaomi Mi A1 : Xiaomi Mi A1 is the first Android One smartphone of the company and it recently received Android Oreo update.The device comes with the 5.5-inch full HD display and 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor and is selling at Rs 13,999.
41. ​ Honor 8 Pro : The Honor 8 Pro is the mid-range smartphone of the company which was launched in June last year. The company has now started rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo update for the device with the EMUI 8.0 and latest security patch. The handset is powered by the company’s own Kirin 960 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage.
42. Nexus 5X : Launched in 2015, the Nexus 5X is one of the oldest smartphone to receive Android 8.0 Oreo update. This Google smartphone was manufactured by LG and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor. The handset offers 2GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. It is backed by a 2700mAh battery and sports a 5.2-inch display.
43. ​ Huawei 6P : Huawei 6P is also one of the oldest smartphone to receive Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor coupled with 3GB of RAM 12MP rear and 8MP front shooter for selfies.

May 17, 2018 ,
The minute Android P came out in developer preview released a few months ago, I immediately told you the Pixel 3 is likely to copy Apple’s iPhone X design. My theory was that Google wouldn’t just add notch support in Android P for third-party Android devices, and it too was likely planning to release smartphones that mimic Apple’s notch from the iPhone X. By embracing the notch in Android P, Google is seemingly suggesting that the Pixel 3 series phones will all have an all-screen design similar to the iPhone X. And it looks like proof the Pixel 3’s notch may be hiding in plain sight.
Google might’ve just accidentally confirmed the Pixel 3’s design
Google last week released the Android P public beta, after revealing more details about the new Android update at I/O 2018, including the new iPhone X-like gestures coming to Android. It turns out that the beta does contain one detail that hints at the potential Pixel 3 design. As Android Police explains, Android P brings a new way of showing notifications that hint a Pixel 3 notch is in the works. On the left of the screen, as you can see in the image above, you’ll only get up to four notifications. That’s it. The remaining space between the left and right sides of the screen does not get any content. That’s where the notch will probably be on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Google may have hard-coded these UI limitations in Android P to account for the design of its Pixel 3 phones.
We already know the Pixel 3 exists, and that Google is already actively testing it. And from the looks of it, the Pixel 3’s notch might be more substantial than others. However, don’t get too excited about Google replicating Face ID just yet. If you’re an Android fan who was hoping that Google’s upcoming Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones would save you from all the iPhone X copycats out there that Android phone makers have been releasing, we’re sorry to be the bearers of bad news. Don’t worry though, because Apple reportedly plans to ditch the notch design as soon as next year, which means Android vendors will obviously follow suit!

8 Things You Need To About Google’s Midrange Pixel Smartphone!
Google is all set to launch its smart Home speakers in the country on April 10 (tentative), and the company has already started to work on the budget version of its Pixel smartphone. The midrange Pixel smartphone is being specially manufactured for sale in India and other price-sensitive markets. A new rumour has landed from China that the upcoming smartphone could be a toned down Pixel 3 and would be powered by Google’s recently launched Android Oreo Go version. Under the Go project, Google enables low-specced phones to perform better with a stripped down version of the latest Android.
Midrange Pixel Smartphone — 8 Things To Know The upcoming mid-budget Pixel device is going to be a low-cost smartphone and will only be available in select markets.
The HTC Connection Google has released multiple stock Android smartphones under Nexus series in collaboration with HTC in the past. Apparently, this time again Google has codenamed its upcoming mid-range Pixel phone Desire. Very recently the tech giant also retained a bunch of engineers from the original HTC Desire series team when they bought HTC’s whole smartphone division.
Snapdragon’s 600 Series Processors The upcoming midrange Pixel codenamed Desire might be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 series or maybe the Snapdragon 700 series chipsets. But, Google will reserve the Snapdragon 800 series for its flagship smartphones.
Timely Updates & Security Patches Being a Pixel device, it will be one of the first devices in the Google’s list to receive the software and security updates for at least three years. If the device runs the Oreo Go version, it will get a separate set of toned-down ‘Go’ applications from Google as well.
Android Oreo Go Edition As per the early sources, the Google mid-range Pixel phone will run the Android Oreo Go Edition OS. Android Go has been specifically made to run on devices with 1GB RAM (or less) to enhance performance. But the midrange Pixel phone will definitely come with more than 1GB of RAM. After all, it is a midrange device, not a low-end smartphone.
Plastic Body & Build Quality
The specifications are not out yet, but the smartphone is being speculated to be an entry-level version of the next Pixel flagship. The smartphone may feature a plastic build which will help to keep the costs down.
Special Android Applications The leak also revealed that the upcoming Pixel smartphone will come with preinstalled special Google applications like Files Go, Google Go, Maps Go, YouTube Go and more. The Go apps from Google take up 50 percent less space and helps low-end smartphones to perform better.
The Launch While the hardware details are not out yet, the mid-range Google Pixel will come with more than 1GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 600 series chipset. The upcoming mid-budget Android phone will be launched first in India by the end of July or early August 2018. It will eventually roll out to other markets after that.
Google Ecosystem The company will include its entire Google ecosystem in the smartphone, but with a cheaper price tag. The mid-range Pixel phone will be a software-centric device with advantages no other Android smartphone maker can offer at this price point. Google has plans to go big in the country with a wide range of products planned for India. The entry-level Pixel smartphone will help the smartphone maker to tap into newer markets, which will eventually open up new channels for its upcoming products.

Pixel 3 makes its debut on Google’s Android project site
Google’s Pixel smartphone lineup isn’t the best-selling smartphone line in the world. In fact, it’s nowhere close, with recent estimates suggesting that Google sold just 3.9 million Pixel phones globally in 2017. To put that in context, Apple sells more smartphones than that in a single day when new iPhone models first go on sale. But what the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL lack in sales, they make up for in adoration from hardcore Android fans. That makes sense, of course, since Google’s Pixel phones are the only handsets that offer a pure Android experience and receive new software updates as soon as they’re made available.
Since the current Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are so widely adored by Android fans, it stands to reason that their successors are hotly anticipated. Early details surrounding the Pixel 3 series began to leak not long ago, and now we have another first to report in the long run up to Google’s Pixel 3 release. Recent reports revealed a big surprise for Google’s unreleased Pixel 3 phones: there will be three of them. In addition to the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL everyone is expecting, Google is also said to be working on a third new Pixel 3 phone that comes with some good news and some bad news. The good news is that this third new Pixel phone will apparently be an affordable Android Go phone, likely filling the void left by Google’s dead Nexus smartphone line.
The bad news is that it’s reportedly only intended for a few emerging markets, and it likely won’t be available in the United States. If you’re a Google phone fan who’s anxious to see how Google’s acqui-hire of HTC’s smartphone engineering team pans out this year, we’ve got a tiny bit of news for you on Thursday. For the first time, Google’s Pixel 3 has been mentioned on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) website’s issue tracker.
As fans will know, AOSP mentions are always an important point in the leak cycle, and more details surrounding Google’s unreleased phones typically follow soon after.. This time around, the Pixel 3 was spotted by a blogger from xda-developers in a commit titled “Cherrypick ‘Add device config to decide which Auto Selection Network UI to use.'” Here’s the text from the commit: This change added the config because the HAL V_1_2 only supports Pixel 3, and the new Auto Selection Network UI is based on HAL V_1_2. So we set the flag to decide which Auto Selection Network UI should be used based in the device type. It’s not terribly exciting, though xda-developers explains that it does make mention of a previously unknown networking feature in Android P. Of course, we’re not sure anyone really cares that Google is updating its “scan networks” feature in Android P. Plenty of people care about the Pixel 3 though, and we can expect to see more new details trickle out in the coming weeks and months.

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