Jun 30, 2017 12:01 PM EDT
Google Pixel 2 News: Pixel 2's Android 8.0 Will Get Updates Ahead Of Everyone Else [VIDEO]
Leaks surrounding Google's upcoming Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 smartphones continue to surface online. The company's latest Pixel iterations are expected to arrive with a new screen size and the devices will run Android 8.0.
The new 2017 Pixel mobile devices will have the best Android software experience, support and speed available. This is the second handset that Google will release, and the search engine giant wants everything perfect. A huge reason why tech enthusiasts will prefer the Google Pixel 2 is that the device will run Android 8.0 operating system before any other mobile device and it will be updated first before other smartphones, Gotta Be Mobile reported.
The tech giant updates its devices first, then releases developer previews as well as betas, and provides its users an access to new features. Although the device users may deal with bugs during the update, but several benefits will make up for the issues. Also, the search engine titan supports its devices longer compared to some manufacturers, so the Pixel 2 smartphone will get security and software updates for more than a year.
The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones will probably come along with the Qualcomm SnapDragon 835 processor, paired with a 4GB of RAM. The first model, which is dubbed as the Walleye, will have the usual 4.97-inch Full HD resolution display, while the Pixel 2 XL, which will be called the Taimen, will have a 5.99-inch QHD screen, Mens XP reported.
The Google Pixel 2 or the Taimen will have a smaller bezel around the display and offers a 128GB internal storage. The larger Pixel device will come along with a two-tone glass, metal finish at the back as well as a single camera with dual LED flash.
The Google Pixel 2 is also expected to have camera improvements as its rear camera will boast an improved low-light shooting. Nevertheless, Google is expected to announce their upcoming Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 smartphones this October.
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