Google is said to be working on its new flagship smartphone, which is to be called as the Google Pixel 2. Just like the previous Pixel series, the main focus of the upcoming device is the quality of its camera. More specifically, getting a better handle on low-light photography.
Google Pixel 2: Rumored Specs
The Google Pixel came out last year to challenge the other smartphones such as the Apple's iPhone 7 and the Samsung's Galaxy S7. Google boasted the latest specs of the first Pixel line-up, according to Mirror. It was the first smartphone designed "inside and out" by the increasingly monolithic Google. But despite projecting in features like the Google Assistant and a boosting camera, Google left just enough out to make 2017 a sequel look quite exciting for the fans.
The upcoming Google Pixel 2 is expected to sport a 5-inch screen and might get upgrades to the 2,560 by 1,440 QHD resolution boasted by the Pixel XL. Google is also anticipated to enhance the quality of the battery of the next-gen Pixel 2 smartphone so that it can provide better performance and there is less battery drainage. Google Pixel 2 could also get a memory boost and get an upgrade from 4 GB of RAM to 6 GB of RAM.
Google Pixel 2: Rumored Price
The camera capabilities of the upcoming Google Pixel 2 could also get improved and it may take the dual-camera setup route like the iPhone 7 Plus, as reported by TechTimes. Since there are many upgrades happening in the Google Pixel 2 compared with the Google Pixel, it is expected to have a higher price. Google set the Pixel 2 with the starting price of the or $750 or £599 for the regular model. While $900 or £719 for the larger XL version of Google Pixel.
Google Pixel 2: Rumored Release Date
Google has traditionally unveiled its existing Nexus smartphones, as well as last year’s Google Pixel, during a fall event. We’ll likely to see the Pixel 2, as well as the Pixel 2 XL somewhere in October. We’ll update you more about the 2017 Google Pixel 2 as soon as new reports came in.