Renders of Google Pixel 2 Disclosed at a Chinese Website [Video]
Google is on a roll. Judging from the emergence of a recent rumor about the search engine giant's next venture, it is highly likely that another variation of its 2016 flagship will be unraveled soon.
Last year's release of the Pixel series has catapulted the California-based tech firm to new heights. With its very own smartphone line out, the American company will definitely propel its drive to stay within striking distance of the leaders in the mobile industry.
Just recently, Chinese domain Anzhuo has divulged images of the Google Pixel 2. Judging from this revelation, it is possible that the forthcoming item will be launched sometime after the first half of the year.
Based on the renders, the second Pixel edition has a slim bezel design at the top and bottom of the handset. It can be seen that Google has incorporated some modifications into their forthcoming product.
On the rear portion, a full glass frame has seen. This is in contrast to the previous model which depicts a half glass and aluminum case. The handset is also observed to have a slanted or oblique form.
Adjustment in the position of the Google logo has been made. The name has slipped downwards.
The camera and its corresponding flash are placed at the center. Above it is the fingerprint scanner.
Modifications have also been on positioning the speakers. Previously placed at the bottom, the audio accessory is now situated in front near the lower bezel.
Google has retained the 3.5mm headphone jack. Alongside, it added the USB Type-C dock at the bottom part. Antenna bands have also been relocated.
It is perceived that the Google Pixel 2 will be sporting Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 processor.
In line with this, the search engine's upcoming unit has increased its RAM manageability from 4GB to 6GB. It is also being anticipated that the display resolution of the device will be upgraded.
Judging from its previous comments about the iPhone, it is likely that Google is enhancing the Pixel flagship to challenge the iPhone's supremacy.