Google Pixel 2 High-Resolution Renders Leaked, Shows Single Camera And Stereo Speakers
Google will unveil new Pixel phones dubbed as Pixel XL 2 and the Pixel 2 in the coming months, possibly in late September or October. The latest leaks about the new Pixel 2 smartphone that are codenamed Walleye and Taimen, hint that the device will be having a design that is similar to the current Pixel phones.
The upcoming Google Pixel 2 was recreated in a couple of high-resolution renders earlier this week. The smartphone, according to leak, has shown four color variations, one of which is the black-gray one, which is said to be legitimate, Android Headlines reported.
The remaining three colors are just guesswork, with the source showing the Google Pixel 2 in silver, red, and light brown which looks like burnt umber. The silver color variant has white bezels on the front, while the other three are shown with black ones, with the two colors also being boasted on the top portion of their rear panels, as reported by India Today.
Google Pixel XL 2 is also reportedly going to look importantly different than the smaller devices spotted in the leaks, as that particular model is being manufactured by LG Electronics, according to recent reports. The larger smartphone is expected to ship with minimized bezels and an 18:9 (2:1) display panel, even though it should be equipped with the same hardware found in the Pixel 2. The Alphabet-owned company is said to announce its next two flagships around October.
Other than the design details of Google Pixel 2, not much has leaked. However, reports suggest that the Google Pixel 2 and the Pixel XL 2 are going to be flagship devices and will use the top of the line Snapdragon 835 processor. They are also almost sure to come with at least 4GB RAM, at least 32GB internal storage and the latest Android O operating system.
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