Now in their third generation, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are the latest examples of Google's vision for the future of Android. Most notable are the upgrades to the camera, which was already considered by many to be the best in any smartphone. Thanks to a new Pixel Visual Core chip, it can automatically take a bunch of photos at once, combine them for HDR, and identify the best one. That's called Top Shot, while an AI-driven zoom mode — necessary because of the single rear camera — merges multiple exposures to create extra resolution. A new low-light mode is also present, as is Google Lens integration, a wide-angle selfie lens, and some new AR stickers. The screen sizes have been increased to 5.5 and 6.3 inches, but thanks to smaller bezels they're about the same size as the prior models, and for the first time, they charge wirelessly, with a whole different UI displayed while sitting on the charger. Oh, and Google Assistant can now answer suspected spam phone calls for you, letting you see what they have to say before deciding whether to block them or call back. Available on Verizon or unlocked directly from Google.