Google released Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones last year, and now its newer follow-up models are in the news all around: Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel XL 2, both are rumored to have certain features and designs in latest revelations, including thinner bezels, and a lack of 3.5mm audio jack. After a very interesting leak a week ago, some new renders of Google’s phone poster boy got leaked and were reported by OnLeaks. This time, it’s a render video which shows Google’s phone in its full glory, have a look:
For design’s sake a black color metallic body with an unsightly camera bump, which was absent in its predecessor, is its visual key along with a fingerprint scanner sitting at the back, and a Google logo on the rear end. Front bezels are turned now into almost negligible borders as only a little top and bottom chin is visible. The USB Type-C port is at the bottom. Getting rid of 3.5mm Jack has created space for newly designed stereo speakers. The power and volume keys on the right edge of the device and the SIM-tray on the left edge is similar to predecessors.
On the front, Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 are supposed to ship with a 4.95-inch full-HD and 5.99-inch QHD (1440×2560 pixels) displays manufactured by LG. Its models will own 4GB RAM, and 64GB and 128GB of internal storage options. An ‘Always On’ display mode, and a “squeezable” frame similar to the HTC U11 is also expected to be included as new advancements.
Owning to those new design and technical keys, those smartphones are to lead the market from the front, for another big rumor it may be the case that upcoming Pixel smartphones will be the first to sport Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 836 SoCs processors as well.