In case you missed it, Google has earlier this morning (10 October 2018) announced the Pixel 3 and 3 XL phones. Both phones are coming to Singapore on Nov 1 - in fact, you can now pre-order them on the Singapore Google Store. The Pixel 3 costs S$1,249 for the 64GB version, and S$1,399 for the 128GB version. The Pixel 3 XL costs S$1,399 for the 64GB version, and S$1,549 for the 128GB version.
You can also pre-order the accessories for the new phones. Here’s a rundown of what's available:
Google Pixel Stand: S$119
Google Pixel 3 / 3 XL Fabric Case: S$60
Google My Case for Pixel 3 / 3 XL: S$70
Other existing Pixel accessories that you can buy include the Google Pixel Buds (S$238), Google Pixel USB-C earbuds (S$42), 18W USB-C power adapter (S$50), USB-C to 3.5 mm adapter (S$19), USB-C to USB-A cable (S$30), and USB-C to USB-C cable (S$30).
In addition to getting the phones from Google, you can also get them with plans from Singtel and StarHub. Both telcos will be selling the Pixel 3 and 3 XL, though of the two, only Singtel has the Not Pink color.
My understanding is that both telcos will sell the phones through their retail and online stores from Nov 1, but Singtel is also taking pre-orders from 3 PM today, Oct 10. Prices start from S$238 on Combo 6 for Pixel 3 64GB and S$0 on Combo 12 for Pixel 3 XL 128GB. Also, it looks like Singtel isn't carrying the 128GB version of the smaller Pixel 3.
Pre-order promos from Singtel include a free Pixel Stand for those who sign up for the Data X 3 or Data X 4 data add-on bundle. The telco is also offering a Triple Treat Bundlethat includes its Data X 4 add-on, MobileSwop Unlimited service, and a Spotify subscription at S$26.90/month (U.P: S$39.70/month).
For StarHub, customers who get the Pixel 3 with a mobile plan will receive a free Google Home smart speaker (worth S$189). They can also choose to get their phone at S$0 upfront and split the cost over 12 or 24 months through their StarHub monthly bill.