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Here’s what photos from the Pixel 3 camera look like – CNET

The Pixel 3 and 3XL's rear-mounted cameras.

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We're still working on our full review of Google's recently announced Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, but in the meantime, we wanted to showcase exactly what its camera is capable of. Last year's Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL had fantastic cameras, and Google claims that this year's update is even better, in part because of its continued confidence in its single rear camera.

But as anyone who follows along with our camera comparisons knows, you never really know what a phone's camera is capable of until you start testing it in the real world. We'll continue to update this post as we take even more photos with the Pixel 3, so come back for additional dog photos, low-light shots and more.

Portrait mode vs. no portrait mode

The cutest dog ever shot with portrait.

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That same adorable guy, without portrait mode, still looks adorable.

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Zoom vs. no zoom

Zoom, zoom, zoom.

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Standard selfie vs. wide-angle selfie

With the standard selfie, you miss out on having things like…

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…Scott Stein making this face.

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Low-light photos, from pizza to parkways

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The coffee photo test

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It wouldn't be a phone test without one.

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