Over on the official Android Authority Twitter account, we ran a poll which wrapped up today. The question centered on which you, our readers, would rather buy: a flagship version of the Google Pixel 3, or one of the alleged Google Pixel 3 Lite devices we expect to see this year?
We received over 3,000 responses as well as a lot of comments under the poll itself. The final tally shows that the Google Pixel 3 XL is the clear winner, with 34 percent of responders selecting it as their choice.
Interestingly, the second-place winner is the Google Pixel 3 XL Lite, with 26 percent of the vote. See the final tallies for yourself below:
Assuming the Pixel 3 Lite and XL Lite leaks are accurate (read about them here: https://t.co/l31NzcX1Ka) and they’ll cost $400-$500, which phone would you prefer to spend your money on?
— Android Authority (@AndroidAuth) February 12, 2019
Judging from this poll, it seems our readers prefer big phones over smaller ones, regardless of whether that big phone is more powerful or less expensive than another.
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Since the flagship version of the vanilla Google Pixel 3 came in third place — but at 25 percent of the vote, which is not far at all from the second place winner — we can also assume that those of you who want a smaller phone aren’t ready to give up flagship features to get it.
What do you think of the poll results? If you didn’t get a chance to vote, now’s your time to sound off in the comments on what you would have chosen. For future polls like this, be sure to click the button below to follow Android Authority on Twitter!
February 13, 2019 at 10:45AM