Google Pixel 2 Leak Reveals A Powerful Android O Device

Many fans and smartphone enthusiasts are expecting for Google to continue the trend this year when it launches the upcoming Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Today, the first real indication that Google will indeed maintain its title being a good smartphone provider is here. New Google Pixel 2 leak shows the fresh power that the device comes with the operating system Android O.

Google Pixel 2 New Leak

In reality, Google’s Pixel series, although competent with smartphone devices, where never a straight match for both Samsung and Apple flagships. However, with the launch of the upcoming Google's branded handsets came a new era and aura. And one thing it can boast is its newest and freshest operating system.

According to BGR, the next-generation Pixel 2 device of the search giant is codenamed as “Taimen,” and the mobile device has been referenced online yet again. However, Primate Labs' Geekbench 4 benchmark results for Google's Pixel 2 have been spied on its website. And as far as the leak results are the concern, it shows that Google is working on at least one amazingly powerful smartphone device.

Google Pixel 2: Android O And Other Specs

The specs for the Google Pixel 2 Taimen that are being leaked indicate that the smartphone will sport the Snapdragon 835. It will run at 1.9Ghz and supported by 4GB of RAM. The storage options are 64, 128 and 256 GB. However, according to ValueWalk, no one has given any indication yet if the upcoming Google Pixel 2 will really have the slot of an additional storage card. Since last year’s smartphone device did not have one, there is a big possibility that it will not have one.

About its OS, the tested version of Google Pixel 2 was running Android O. It is the latest version of Google Android operating system that is expected to come soon to other existing devices. Aside from Pixel 2 prototype running Android O, the device is also said to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chipset.


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