iPhone users thinking of switching to Android should pick Google's Pixel 3 phones for the best Android experience
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More often than you'd think, I'll see an iPhone user on the internet express interest in switching to Android.The main reason tends to be a very human thing: Those iPhone users want to see what else is out there. It's usually because they've grown completely accustomed to Apple's iPhone design, iOS, or both, and they're looking to try "something else"
Either way, there's one Android phone I would recommend to iPhone users looking to expand their horizons among the dozens of high-end Android devices at their disposal: The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL.My goal isn't to get you to switch to Android or the Pixel 3 phones. Rather, it's to recommend the Pixel 3 over other Android phones if you, the iPhone user, are looking for the best representative of Android.
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The Pixel 3 phones and Android are both made by Google — much like how the iPhone and iOS are both made by Apple.
Google's own phones get updates when they're released, while most other Android phones don't.
Google's phones run the best version of Android and offer the best experience.
The Pixel 3 phones aren't only the best Android smartphone cameras, they have the best cameras out of any smartphone, including Apple's iPhones.
The Pixel 3 phones also have an ultra-wide angle selfie camera, which you might like.
Don't worry, the Pixel 3 phones have all the high-end specs and features you'd expect on iPhones.
Apart from everything I mentioned above, you get all the great things about Android in the Pixel 3, too.
If the $800-$900 price tag on the Pixel 3 phones doesn't appeal to you, there is one non-Google phone I'd heartily recommend.
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