In order to compete with Apple and Android, Google has just previous announced 2 new phones. Among them is the Google Pixel 3 XL. It offers a 6.3-inch display that Google is calling “flexible OLED”. It also features a 3960 x 1440 pixel display, resulting in 523ppi. That is the resolution needed to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and sharper than the new iPhone XS Max. It supports HDR which will make it great for watching movies and viewing photos. The release date is set for October 18th in the US and November 1st in 12 more countries including the UK. You can preorder it today. The price is $899 for the 64GB of storage and $999 for the 128GB of storage.