The teardown experts over at iFixit have ripped open the Google Pixel 3 XL revealing a bunch of new additions to Google's latest flagship smartphone. The Google Camera app isn't available on Galaxy phones, so it's unlikely it's the culprit.
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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.
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The chip is integrated into the bootloader of the phone, so it participates in verifying that the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL is running the right version of Android, by storing the last known safe version of Android for the device. Those behind these posts state that photos they've taken with their Pixel 3 series, Pixel 2 series (see image at the top of this article) and OG Pixel cameras are not being saved. However, the new development seems like their deal is officially closed, at least for Google Pixel devices. That functionality gap will be closing in the near future, though, when Now Playing History makes its way to the Pixel 2. Even Apple uses Samsung display panels for their iPhone. Those are the main reasons why iFixit gave the phone 4/10. Meanwhile, there are at least three minor issues that have been reported exclusively with the Pixel 3 XL phablet, beginning with an apparent bug that's causing the bottom bar UI to hop up and down without any interaction from the user. Such news did not go over well and now the carrier has removed the SIM locks while it tries to figure out a long-term solution.