Google Smartphone Pixel and Pixel XL Features New Launcher; Specs Leaked Online?[RUMOR]


As many people are waiting for the announcement of Google Nexus 7, there are plenty of rumors about its specs. Aside from Nexus 7, Google's Pixel and Pixel XL pictures and specs have also been leaked online.

Just in! Google's upcoming smartphone "Pixel" specs and its some of its photos were leaked online. You can check out the photos provided by Express UK here.

The two new Google smartphones "Pixel" and "Pixel XL" will be released next month. As the time runs, users become more excited. Instead of using "Nexus," the giant tech company will name their new home-built tablet and Chromebooks as "Pixel," Android Police reported.

The smaller model is called "Pixel," and the larger version is named "Pixel XL."

Google partnered with LG and Huawei to create the Nexus 5X and 6P. According to the latest reports, it seems that the company will keep Huawei as a partner for making "Pixel" smartphones.

Apart from Huawei, HTC was reported to manufacture one of the Google smartphones. As of now, it is not clear which model.

Specs of Google Pixel and Pixel XL have been leaked online. Online rumors suggest that the smaller "Pixel" model will be made of aluminum and glass.

Click here to check the photo.

Other rumors suggest that "Pixel" will be run on the Snapdragon 820 processor. Other rumors contradict this report as it suggests that the Google smaller smartphone will be run on Qualcomm's recently-announced the Snapdragon 821 processors, the versions of the 820.

Google's new smartphone has improved camera. LlabTooFeR tweeted that new "Pixel" smartphone will have a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 8-megapixel front-facing cameras.

Meanwhile, some rumors suggest that the larger model, "Pixel XL" will have a super-shark 2K screen. The smaller smartphone will have 1080p screen.

Unlike iPhone 7, Google did not ditch the headphone jack. They stick with the good headphone jack.

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