Google describes the Titan M chip in the Pixel 3 as an "enterprise-grade security chip" which was custom built for Pixel 3, building on their Titan security Chip used in Google Data Centres to protect your data in the cloud. In case you are planning to buy the all new Pixel smartphones, then telecom operator Airtel has good new for you. Sadly, this leaves the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL with an underwhelming score of just 4 out of 10. Getting a case to protect the almost $1,000 phone will go a long way to being able to enjoy it. Airtel will the delivery of the devices from November 3. This is in addition to Google's own Pay service. "With the Pixel 3", Xin's post today concludes about the phone that goes on sale in the United States tomorrow, "we've increased our investment in security and put industry-leading hardware features into the device, so you can rest assured that your security and privacy are well protected". In order to pre-book the smartphone the customers need to follow the below mentioned steps.
The 6.3-inch Pixel 3 XL, which is also powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with identical memory capacity as the Pixel 3, starts at NT$31,100.
The 18-months EMI plan bundle built-in plan benefit from Airtel that include 100GB data per month with rollover, unlimited local, national and roaming calls, three months of free Netflix subscription worth Rs 1,500, one year of free Amazon Prime subscription and a free Airtel Secure subscription that covers accidental or physical damage of the phone. "We are also excited to continue our journey of offering a wide range of devices with affordable financing options on the Online Store".