The leaks regarding the Google Pixel 2 are continuing to emerge. Recently, the upcoming flagship has leaked via 3D renders giving us an insight into the smartphone. These are the most detailed renders of the upcoming Google handset to emerge as of date.
The 3D renders of Google Pixel 2 are based on CAD blueprints with a rare glimpse on the sides of the smartphone. Also, it looks like Google will go against the industry zeitgeist and deliver a Google Pixel 2 unit with considerably sized bezels. Both the upper and lower sides of the device reach of the display feature a quite significant amount of bezel, as reported by Value Walk. However, much about the Pixel 2 is unknown, such as where exactly the antenna lines will thread for example, or whether the power button will have the knurled finish of last year's model. These leaked Pixel 2 renders should provide a nice initial look at the upcoming device.
The latest Google Pixel 2 3D renders also suggest that the mega-corporation will eradicate the 3.5mm headphone jack. It is well known that Apple has already removed the port from the iPhone generation, and this decision is expected to migrate to other mobiles in the near future as well, Phone Arena reported.
There's currently no official information on what colors the Pixel 2 and its larger sibling Pixel 2 XL will be available in, and the only one that has been seen in renders and live photos is the "Quite Black" version. However, it's also speculated that Very Silver and Really Blue will be making a return in 2017, as they were all-around well received last year.
Google is going to deliver on the hardware front with the new Pixels and the duo will most likely feature very capable cameras as well. Google might also include dust proofing and waterproofing features to the next flagships. The device is expected to launch in October with the price tag of $699.