Two months back, I switched from my iPhone 6 to Pixel 3. There are lots of pros and cons to this phone, so let me summarise my experience.
1) Excellent camera that I'm quite impressed with. It provides high quality shots even in poor light. Gives an SLR like feel to the images.
2) The stock Android functions like keyboard swipe were missed in the iPhone.
1) Pathetic, tinny sound. Sometimes it feels like I'm listening to a pocket transistor. The sound is no match even for an iPhone 6. I'm genuinely surprised at how bad the sound quality is. Also, I have to constantly adjust volume settings between apps and calls because the rise and fall in volume levels is sharp.
2) Not impressed with the battery. As soon as you pick up the 100% charged phone in the morning, you'll notice a dramatic drop-off in battery just after a few minutes of social media and WhatsApp use. By noon, the battery will be down to the 50-60% range despite only moderate use. I haven't yet travelled with this phone, but I'll have to strongly consider travelling with a power bank.
3) The charger cable provided in the box has no USB A type, you'll need to buy a spare cable immediately. Also, there's no headphone jack, so good luck managing your cables and headphones. There's one adapter jack provided in the box, but it's quite possible you may need several of these between work and home. The headphones provided in the box are quite good.
4) The C type cable has a poor build. Refer to the image attached. I treat my cables gently and they normally last years. But the Pixel 3 cable after less than 2 months of moderate use is ready to snap at the joint. Despite being in warranty, Google is refusing to replace it. This was the most disappointing aspect of this purchase.
5) This is a brand new phone, but it heats up pretty quickly to uncomfortably hot levels especially while I'm multitasking.
Overall, if you've been using an iPhone (6 or above), Pixel 3 may feel like a step-down in some ways. There are plenty of apps that work much better on iPhone but are clunky on Android. Also, you could argue that the Apple UX is much better. My advice: pay a few thousand rupees more and stick to Apple.
If you're moving up from an Android, the Pixel may appear to be an attractive choice in comparison to whatever you'd been using earlier.
I have upgraded my Nexus 6P to Pixel 3 and I am very happy with the product. The camera is the biggest plus point of this phone. Photos definitely have the advantage of the post processing done by the google software. The display looks stunning. The stock android experience as usual is very smooth. The RAM 4G seems to be less as the application reloading is a frequent problem but not a major issue. Overall a good product and woulx highly recommend.
Within the first week i started getting notifications that the device is overheating. It has become dangerous. The google support wont replace it, they just say that they can't find any issue with the device.
My Pixel 3 worked alright for the first 5 months. Then one day the headphones stopped getting recognised and then after two days the phone just switched off.
While it was disappointing for the phone to stop working, what was worst is that they had 2 incorrect service centre address in Ahmedabad. These service centres do not exist, but I only got to know after I took half day off & went to both of them.
Eventually, after being on the support centre for 30 minutes, the phone got picked up from my home.
After 8 days the phone was returned, after changing the motherboard & the charging port.
Overall a terrible experience with Google Pixel, I already miss my iPhone.
If you're prepared to spend 50k, then avoid this phone, plenty of other choices including iPhone.
Picture quality is great. Love it . But No face unlock, no scrolling screen shot available. Camera is great no doubt about it. No hanging issue smooth performance. Overall good phone. Haven't faced any issue till now.