The launch of last year’s Pixel was a bittersweet moment for technology fanatics. On the one hand, it was a sign that Google was finally making a flagship to be able to fight with Apple and Samsung. On the other hand, he wrote the death of the beloved series Nexus, which managed to launch terminals with excellent value for money in a very successful.
Google has announced that there will be a Pixel 2 in 2017. So what can we expect, and what is more important: when? Here you have everything you need to know about Google Pixel 2.
Google Pixel 2: Design
As we approach its release more and more rumors have emerged to paint a fairly complete picture of what could be the Pixel 2. To start with, like the Pixel, it looks like we are waiting for two phones: one will probably be of 5.6 inches and the other of 6 inches.
It seems that Google will follow in the footsteps of LG and Samsung playing with the aspect ratios to make them more manageable. In Google’s case, it looks like we’re seeing a screen of 18: 9 – or 2560 x 1312 for the 5.6-inch model.
But you may have noticed something important: there is no headphone jack. It seems that Google is following HTC and Apple when leaving the port and, although we imagine that there will be an adapter in the box, is not something that we can confirm 100%.
Rumors also suggest it will be waterproof. So that is an advantage for users a little patosos that can be dropped the terminal to the pool.
Google Pixel 2: Specifications
Although it has never seemed good news to us the loss of the 3.5mm headset, Pixel 2 will also bring good news. It will be the first smartphone to use the Snapdragon 836 chipset (it is one of the advantages of launching the mobile at the end of the year) backed by 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Although still only a rumor, wall a very feasible fact since the first Pixel was the first phone to carry the Snapdragon 821.
Oh, and it will be Android O, of course. The great advantage of being from Google is that it always releases the new operating system antres than any other terminal.
Google Pixel 2: Price
For all its qualities, the Pixel and Pixel XL were not cheap phones. And you’re fooling yourself if you think Pixel 2 will be more affordable. In fact, with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8 launch for 950 dollars, and the LG G6, HTC U11 and Sony Xperia XZ Premium qpor over 820dollars, a price increase seems almost inevitable.