Jun 09, 2017 12:02 PM EDT
Google Pixel 2 Leaked Images Suggest Nearly Bezel-Free Screen Design And Dual Rear Camera Sensors [VIDEO]
Google Pixel 2's recently leaked image suggests for a nearly bezel-free screen design of the handset. Although the image is very challenging to see in order to create with bigger details, it is still clear enough to show that the recently leaked image of Google Pixel 2 resembles with its predecessor.
The Pixel and Pixel XL are Google's two mobile devices that have the two-toned look on the rear part that comes along with a matte finish. In the same manner, Google Pixel 2's leaked image looks exactly the same with Black glass on the top portion and a black metal at the back as the cover, Android Headlines reported.
Aside from that, the recently leaked image of the Google Pixel 2 also shows that the upcoming mobile device will arrive with dual rear camera sensors. The camera of the upcoming Google Pixel 2 is said to be a 16MP rear snapper and paired with an 8MP front-facing shooter.
It is yet unclear if the render of the Google Pixel 2 is legitimate, as the image appears to be created by a fan. Even though the Google Pixel 2 render appears similar to the original Pixel smartphone, but the search engine giant has never rolled out a mobile device that feature the same design just like the predecessor model.
In terms of the Google Pixel 2 specs, the upcoming handset is said to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 836 chipset. Tech fans and experts are expecting the Google Pixel 2 to come loaded with Android O. The back panel of the Google Pixel 2 also seems to feature a fingerprint scanner, BGR reported.
Google is expected to launch three variants of the next-gen Pixel smartphones, dubbed as the Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL and Pixel 2 XXL, with codenames Muskie, Walleye and Taimen respectively. Speaking of the Google Pixel 2 price, Google's head of hardware Rick Osterloh hinted that the tech company will be following the same premium pricing strategy for the upcoming Google Pixel 2 smartphones.
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